Official draft documents from the Department of Homeland Security produced in 2020 first floated that idea. President Joe Biden came in and sold it to the general public, saying domestic terrorism from White supremacists is the most lethal terrorist threat in the country.
This was backed by Attorney General Merrick B. Garland and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas, who told the Senate Appropriations Committee last year that the greatest domestic threat facing the U.S. is "racial or ethnically motivated violent extremist." Specifically, "those who advocate for the superiority of the white race," Garland said.
Just recently, Biden warned of the growing "threat" of White supremacy once more. "In America, evil will not win and will not prevail," he told a small crowd during the "United We Stand" summit at the White House. "White supremacists will not have the last word."
But White supremacists are in short supply. So Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents are now being ordered to manufacture White supremacy incidents to meet their internal metrics and lend credence to Biden's claims. In other words, Biden has been creating a divisive narrative that does not coincide with reality, to the point of concocting false narratives that cast the American people in a negative light.
One agent, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the demand for White supremacy coming from the FBI's top officials vastly outstrips the supply of White supremacists. "We have more people assigned to investigate White supremacists than we can actually find," the agent said.
The agent also explained that while the FBI should only investigate actual threats of violence or extremism, they are now being forced to investigate "ideological threats" as well.
"We are sort of the lapdogs as the actual agents doing these sorts of investigations, trying to find a crime to fit otherwise First Amendment-protected activities," the agent said. (Related: FBI insiders say White supremacy threat overblown as Biden opens summit about racists, extremists.)
Last month, FBI whistleblowers leaked an internal memo that listed signs of "militia violent extremists," including patriotic symbols like the Gadsden Flag, the Betsy Ross flag, the Liberty Tree and general Revolutionary War imagery. The memo only proves that Biden is using the FBI as his personal Gestapo.
The FBI denies that it is targeting people based on politics, but these revelations are the latest in a long-standing pattern of the politicization and weaponization of the Department of Justice under Biden and Garland.
Last year, the administration came under fire for using the resources of the Justice Department in targeting angry parents at school board meetings and treating them like domestic terrorists.
Garland authorized the FBI to investigate parents who protested school board meetings, alleging a "disturbing trend" of teachers being threatened or harassed. However, it was found that the allegations were not true.
Moreover, the National School Boards Association (NSBA), which prompted Garland to write the memo that likened parents to domestic terrorists, eventually apologized for the snafu. Garland, however, did not rescind the document.
A whistleblower also revealed an internal email that indicating that the FBI used counterterrorism tools to monitor parents despite Garland denying before Congress that the bureau was doing so. This summer, the whistleblowers revealed that the FBI "pressured and incentivized" agents to classify the cases as domestic violent extremism.
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