In a recent episode of “Indivisible with John Stubbins,” host John Stubbins conversed with regular contributor Trevor Loudon. The discussion delved into the influence of Marxist ideologies on institutions, mainly focusing on the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the actions of Larry Krasner, the District Attorney of Philadelphia.
Stubbins and Loudon expressed concern over the SPLC’s role in categorizing individuals and organizations as “good” or “bad” based on their criteria, emphasizing its impact on shaping public opinion and influencing federal hate crime statistics. Loudon traced the history of the SPLC, revealing its roots in the civil rights movement and its evolution into what he termed a “fraud socialist organization” with questionable affiliations.
The conversation shifted to Larry Krasner, whose actions in Philadelphia were scrutinized by Mallory Millet, Krasner’s aunt. Millet attributed Krasner’s radical approach to his association with her sister, Sally, who played a pivotal role in the feminist movement and influenced Krasner’s leftist stance.
The trio discussed the broader impact of Marxist ideologies on society, explicitly addressing the indoctrination of young women in colleges. Loudon highlighted the pervasive influence of these ideologies, calling for a reevaluation of educational institutions and a return to traditional values.
As the discussion unfolded, the participants explored potential solutions to counter the Marxist influence, emphasizing the importance of raising awareness, reevaluating educational choices, and encouraging a return to core family values.