Earlier in the week, the Biden bunch released its National Strategy for Suppressing Domestic Dissent Countering Domestic Terrorism. If you are underwhelmed by the release of yet another strategy paper by yet another government agency, join the club. While the strategy is a lot of word salad, there are parts of it that should give concern to anyone who believes in free speech, freedom of expression, and freedom of association.
The document is clearly targeting groups on the right. This should be no surprise to anyone. The Biden bunch came into office claiming that rightwing violent extremists were the greatest domestic terrorism threat to the nation, a claim that can only be reached by ignoring everything that happened everywhere in the United States last summer:
Check out this little caveat regarding the report our betters in Washington turn to to justify the idea that roughly half the country (the Wrongthinking half) is or could be a violent extremist https://t.co/7chuIQUZBp https://t.co/73FjjtbueL pic.twitter.com/l8raWloNy1
— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) May 12, 2021
This new strategy is a direct result of the worldview that ignores leftwing riots and mayhem because the people who carry out those attacks are perceived as friends of the current governing claque.
The review was rooted in an expert assessment of the domestic terrorism threat provided by the intelligence and law enforcement communities. An unclassified summary of that assessment was released in March so the public could see the key findings. It found that the two most lethal elements of today’s domestic terrorism threat are (1) racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists who advocate for the superiority of the white race and (2) anti-government or anti-authority violent extremists, such as militia violent extremists.
The Obama administration weaponized the IRS and law enforcement to disrupt activities by conservative groups and Joe is following the playbook. Just a little earlier today I posted on a Christian prayer group being denied non-profit status because they were pro-life and pro-marriage and encouraged Christians to vote according to Biblical principles (see The IRS Says if You Believe in God and the Bible, You Are Working for the
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