The South Carolina Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans has put out a press release. It is on their web page at http://scscv.com/heritage-defense/.
In the press release they state:
The SC Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans has a stringently enforced Hate Policy. We will remove any member who expresses racist hatred sentiments. Anyone with ties to racist organizations will not be granted membership. The perpetrator of the vile act in Charleston has never been a member or associated with the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Unfortunately some other subversive organizations distort Confederate symbols in an attempt to make them stand for hatred and disillusion. The SCV opposes the ideals and actions of such organizations.
Yet there are members of the SCV who are openly members of the Council of Conservative Citizens and this has been going on for some time. Notice that the press release doesn't mention the Council of Conservative Citizens by name.
For example Robert Slimp has for years been involved with the Council of Conservative Citizens and he wasn't expelled. He has contributed articles to the Confederate Veteran magazine and to the SCV's Southern Mercury magazine. Then there was Leonard Wilson who was the Commander-in-Chief of the Alabama Division of the SCV, he was never expelled. Here and there I recognize names in SCV publications that I saw in the Citizen Informer, the publication of the Council of Conservative Citizens. They don't get expelled from the SCV.
Robert Slimp activities in the Council of Conservative Citizens was mostly fear mongering over the end of Apartheid in South Africa.
One of the SCV Commander-in-Chief, Ron Wilson, contributed articles to the Citizen Informer.
The Citizen Informer mentions that they are at events with the SCV and also mention SCV officers at their meeting.
So if the SCV is really concerned with "subversive organizations" they might start out first by expelling Council of Conservative Citizens members and while they are at it, League of the South members.