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Biden’s Buffoonish War On Extremism

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
If you would be afraid without a weapon your "vigilance" is fear by another name.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
If you would be afraid without a weapon your "vigilance" is fear by another name.

You could never be more mistaken, lamb chop.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
If you would be afraid without a weapon your "vigilance" is fear by another name.

You could never be more mistaken, lamb chop.
It's been my experience that people who talk the toughest are the most useless when the shit hits the fan. I'll never know anything about you but I suspect you lack real courage and do not really understand the people who do.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
If you would be afraid without a weapon your "vigilance" is fear by another name.

You could never be more mistaken, lamb chop.
It's been my experience that people who talk the toughest are the most useless when the shit hits the fan. I'll never know anything about you but I suspect you lack real courage and do not really understand the people who do.

You have no cred, lamb chop.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
Sure, sure. Strap on yer gat and go get some groceries,you fearless person you.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
If you would be afraid without a weapon your "vigilance" is fear by another name.

You could never be more mistaken, lamb chop.
I think he's got you pegged, Rambo.
 

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The most outrageous example of domestic terrorism is a guy who spent a decade leading a gang that terrorized Americans with bombs directed at corporations and military recruitment centers. There is no doubt that the guy is guilty of about a hundred felonies including the felony murder (deaths during the commission of a felony) of gang members who were killed making a bomb that was intended for Soldiers at a Ft. Dix dance. How was Bill Ayers ever able to walk the streets as a free man and become a college professor and the former, former president's political confidant, sometimes partner and friend ? A single liberal judge blamed the FBI for illegal surveillance and Ayers was never brought to trial. Since there is no statute of limitations on murder (including felony murder) and Ayers was never brought to trial so there is no double jeopardy statute involved, the Biden administration could show it's good faith in it's apparent domestic terrorist crusade by arresting Ayers and indicting him for the murder of his gang members who were killed in the commission of a felony. Is it likely? Don't hold your breath.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
If you would be afraid without a weapon your "vigilance" is fear by another name.

You could never be more mistaken, lamb chop.
I think he's got you pegged, Rambo.

You have no cred either, pork chop.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
Aren't you one of the kids who's so scared of life in general you have to go around armed all the time?

Being vigilant has nothing to do with fear, lamb chop.
If you would be afraid without a weapon your "vigilance" is fear by another name.

You could never be more mistaken, lamb chop.
I think he's got you pegged, Rambo.

You have no cred either, pork chop.
I don't need any from you, tough guy.
 

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It is an attack on our Liberties. But that is what the left always does.


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Since the French Revolution, politicians have defined terrorism to stigmatize their opponents, a precedent followed by the Biden administration’s National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. The report labels the January 6 clash at the Capitol as a “domestic terrorism” incident but fails to mention it spurred a mushroom cloud of increasingly far-fetched official accusations. Capitol Police acting Chief Yogananda Pittman told Congress that January 6 was “a terrorist attack by tens of thousands of insurrectionists.” Less than a thousand protestors entered the Capitol that day but apparently any Trump supporter who hustled down the Mall towards the Capitol became the legal equivalent of Osama Bin Laden. Unfortunately, this “seen walking in the same zip code” standard for guilt could be the prototype for Biden era domestic terrorist prosecutions.
The Biden report did not bestow the same “terrorist” label on the mobs who burned U.S. post offices in Minneapolis or assailed a federal courthouse in Portland last year. In its litany of terrorist incidents, the report cites “the vehicular killing of a peaceful protestor in Charlottesville” at the 2017 Unite the Right ruckus but omits the 49 people killed in 2016 by a Muslim enraged by U.S. foreign policy at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Maybe that case was excluded because the murderer was the protected son of a long-term FBI informant and FBI falsehoods derailed the subsequent trial of his widow. Nor did the report mention the worst terrorist incident since 9/11—the Las Vegas bloodbath where a single shooter killed 58 people and injured 900 others. The FBI claimed it could never find a motive for that slaughter and its “final report” on the incident was only three pages long. Never mind.
The White House claims its new war on terrorism and extremism is “carefully tailored to address violence and reduce the factors that… infringe on the free expression of ideas.” But the prerogative to define extremism includes the power to attempt to banish certain ideas from acceptable discourse. The report warns that “narratives of fraud in the recent general election… will almost certainly spur some [Domestic Violent Extremists] to try to engage in violence this year.” If accusations of 2020 electoral shenanigans are formally labeled as extremist threats, that could result in far more repression (aided by Facebook and Twitter) of dissenting voices. How will this work out any better than the concerted campaign by the media and Big Tech last fall to suppress all information about Hunter Biden’s laptop before the election?
The Biden administration is revving up for a war against an enemy which the feds have chosen to never explicitly define. According to a March report by Biden’s Office of the Director of National Intelligence, “domestic violent extremists” include individuals who “take overt steps to violently resist or facilitate the overthrow of the U.S. government in support of their belief that the U.S. government is purposely exceeding its Constitutional authority.” But that was the same belief that many Biden voters had regarding the Trump administration. Does the definition of extremism depend solely on which party captured the White House?
The report notes that the “Department of Defense is reviewing and updating its definition of prohibited extremist activities among uniformed military personnel.” Bishop Garrison, the chief of the Pentagon’s new Countering Extremism Working Group, is Exhibit A for the follies of extremist crackdowns on extremism. In a series of 2019 tweets, Garrison, a former aide to Hillary Clinton, denounced all Trump supporters as “racists.” Garrison’s working group will “specifically define what constitutes extremist behavior” for American soldiers. If Garrison purges Trump supporters from the military, the Pentagon would be unable to conquer the island of Grenada. Biden policymakers also intend to create an “anti-radicalization” program for individuals departing the military service. This initiative will likely produce plenty of leaks and embarrassing disclosures in the coming months and years.
The Biden report is spooked by the existence of militia groups and flirts with the fantasy of outlawing them across the land. The report promises to explore “how to make better use of laws that already exist in all fifty states prohibiting certain private ‘militia’ activity, including…state statutes prohibiting groups of people from organizing as private military units without the authorization of the state government, and state statutes that criminalize certain paramilitary activity.” Most of the private militia groups are guilty of nothing more than bluster and braggadocio. Besides, many of them are already overstocked with government informants who are counting on Uncle Sam for regular paychecks.
As part of its anti-extremism arsenal, DHS is financing programs for “enhancing media literacy and critical thinking skills” and helping internet users avoid “vulnerability to…harmful content deliberately disseminated by malicious actors online.” Do the feds have inside information about another Hunter Biden laptop turning up, or what? The Biden administration intends to bolster Americans’ defenses against extremism by developing “interactive online resources such as skills-enhancing online games.” If the games are as stupefying as this report, nobody will play them.
The Biden report stresses that federal law enforcement agencies “play a critical role in responding to reports of criminal and otherwise concerning activity.” “Otherwise concerning activity”? This is the same standard that turned prior anti-terrorist efforts into laughingstock.


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The pictures I saw showed plenty of terrified Senators, Congressmen, and security types.
When the people fear their government you have tyranny.

When the government fears the people, you have freedom.

January 6 was a good day
 

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Since the French Revolution, politicians have defined terrorism to stigmatize their opponents, a precedent followed by the Biden administration’s National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. The report labels the January 6 clash at the Capitol as a “domestic terrorism” incident but fails to mention it spurred a mushroom cloud of increasingly far-fetched official accusations. Capitol Police acting Chief Yogananda Pittman told Congress that January 6 was “a terrorist attack by tens of thousands of insurrectionists.” Less than a thousand protestors entered the Capitol that day but apparently any Trump supporter who hustled down the Mall towards the Capitol became the legal equivalent of Osama Bin Laden. Unfortunately, this “seen walking in the same zip code” standard for guilt could be the prototype for Biden era domestic terrorist prosecutions.
The Biden report did not bestow the same “terrorist” label on the mobs who burned U.S. post offices in Minneapolis or assailed a federal courthouse in Portland last year. In its litany of terrorist incidents, the report cites “the vehicular killing of a peaceful protestor in Charlottesville” at the 2017 Unite the Right ruckus but omits the 49 people killed in 2016 by a Muslim enraged by U.S. foreign policy at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Maybe that case was excluded because the murderer was the protected son of a long-term FBI informant and FBI falsehoods derailed the subsequent trial of his widow. Nor did the report mention the worst terrorist incident since 9/11—the Las Vegas bloodbath where a single shooter killed 58 people and injured 900 others. The FBI claimed it could never find a motive for that slaughter and its “final report” on the incident was only three pages long. Never mind.
The White House claims its new war on terrorism and extremism is “carefully tailored to address violence and reduce the factors that… infringe on the free expression of ideas.” But the prerogative to define extremism includes the power to attempt to banish certain ideas from acceptable discourse. The report warns that “narratives of fraud in the recent general election… will almost certainly spur some [Domestic Violent Extremists] to try to engage in violence this year.” If accusations of 2020 electoral shenanigans are formally labeled as extremist threats, that could result in far more repression (aided by Facebook and Twitter) of dissenting voices. How will this work out any better than the concerted campaign by the media and Big Tech last fall to suppress all information about Hunter Biden’s laptop before the election?
The Biden administration is revving up for a war against an enemy which the feds have chosen to never explicitly define. According to a March report by Biden’s Office of the Director of National Intelligence, “domestic violent extremists” include individuals who “take overt steps to violently resist or facilitate the overthrow of the U.S. government in support of their belief that the U.S. government is purposely exceeding its Constitutional authority.” But that was the same belief that many Biden voters had regarding the Trump administration. Does the definition of extremism depend solely on which party captured the White House?
The report notes that the “Department of Defense is reviewing and updating its definition of prohibited extremist activities among uniformed military personnel.” Bishop Garrison, the chief of the Pentagon’s new Countering Extremism Working Group, is Exhibit A for the follies of extremist crackdowns on extremism. In a series of 2019 tweets, Garrison, a former aide to Hillary Clinton, denounced all Trump supporters as “racists.” Garrison’s working group will “specifically define what constitutes extremist behavior” for American soldiers. If Garrison purges Trump supporters from the military, the Pentagon would be unable to conquer the island of Grenada. Biden policymakers also intend to create an “anti-radicalization” program for individuals departing the military service. This initiative will likely produce plenty of leaks and embarrassing disclosures in the coming months and years.
The Biden report is spooked by the existence of militia groups and flirts with the fantasy of outlawing them across the land. The report promises to explore “how to make better use of laws that already exist in all fifty states prohibiting certain private ‘militia’ activity, including…state statutes prohibiting groups of people from organizing as private military units without the authorization of the state government, and state statutes that criminalize certain paramilitary activity.” Most of the private militia groups are guilty of nothing more than bluster and braggadocio. Besides, many of them are already overstocked with government informants who are counting on Uncle Sam for regular paychecks.
As part of its anti-extremism arsenal, DHS is financing programs for “enhancing media literacy and critical thinking skills” and helping internet users avoid “vulnerability to…harmful content deliberately disseminated by malicious actors online.” Do the feds have inside information about another Hunter Biden laptop turning up, or what? The Biden administration intends to bolster Americans’ defenses against extremism by developing “interactive online resources such as skills-enhancing online games.” If the games are as stupefying as this report, nobody will play them.
The Biden report stresses that federal law enforcement agencies “play a critical role in responding to reports of criminal and otherwise concerning activity.” “Otherwise concerning activity”? This is the same standard that turned prior anti-terrorist efforts into laughingstock.


Read the Whole Article
The pictures I saw showed plenty of terrified Senators, Congressmen, and security types.
When the people fear their government you have tyranny.

When the government fears the people, you have freedom.

January 6 was a good day

Yes it was!
The outta control corrupt elites got a 2x4 to their well deserving heads.
Keep the crap up, shitheads!!
 

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Since the French Revolution, politicians have defined terrorism to stigmatize their opponents, a precedent followed by the Biden administration’s National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. The report labels the January 6 clash at the Capitol as a “domestic terrorism” incident but fails to mention it spurred a mushroom cloud of increasingly far-fetched official accusations. Capitol Police acting Chief Yogananda Pittman told Congress that January 6 was “a terrorist attack by tens of thousands of insurrectionists.” Less than a thousand protestors entered the Capitol that day but apparently any Trump supporter who hustled down the Mall towards the Capitol became the legal equivalent of Osama Bin Laden. Unfortunately, this “seen walking in the same zip code” standard for guilt could be the prototype for Biden era domestic terrorist prosecutions.
The Biden report did not bestow the same “terrorist” label on the mobs who burned U.S. post offices in Minneapolis or assailed a federal courthouse in Portland last year. In its litany of terrorist incidents, the report cites “the vehicular killing of a peaceful protestor in Charlottesville” at the 2017 Unite the Right ruckus but omits the 49 people killed in 2016 by a Muslim enraged by U.S. foreign policy at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Maybe that case was excluded because the murderer was the protected son of a long-term FBI informant and FBI falsehoods derailed the subsequent trial of his widow. Nor did the report mention the worst terrorist incident since 9/11—the Las Vegas bloodbath where a single shooter killed 58 people and injured 900 others. The FBI claimed it could never find a motive for that slaughter and its “final report” on the incident was only three pages long. Never mind.
The White House claims its new war on terrorism and extremism is “carefully tailored to address violence and reduce the factors that… infringe on the free expression of ideas.” But the prerogative to define extremism includes the power to attempt to banish certain ideas from acceptable discourse. The report warns that “narratives of fraud in the recent general election… will almost certainly spur some [Domestic Violent Extremists] to try to engage in violence this year.” If accusations of 2020 electoral shenanigans are formally labeled as extremist threats, that could result in far more repression (aided by Facebook and Twitter) of dissenting voices. How will this work out any better than the concerted campaign by the media and Big Tech last fall to suppress all information about Hunter Biden’s laptop before the election?
The Biden administration is revving up for a war against an enemy which the feds have chosen to never explicitly define. According to a March report by Biden’s Office of the Director of National Intelligence, “domestic violent extremists” include individuals who “take overt steps to violently resist or facilitate the overthrow of the U.S. government in support of their belief that the U.S. government is purposely exceeding its Constitutional authority.” But that was the same belief that many Biden voters had regarding the Trump administration. Does the definition of extremism depend solely on which party captured the White House?
The report notes that the “Department of Defense is reviewing and updating its definition of prohibited extremist activities among uniformed military personnel.” Bishop Garrison, the chief of the Pentagon’s new Countering Extremism Working Group, is Exhibit A for the follies of extremist crackdowns on extremism. In a series of 2019 tweets, Garrison, a former aide to Hillary Clinton, denounced all Trump supporters as “racists.” Garrison’s working group will “specifically define what constitutes extremist behavior” for American soldiers. If Garrison purges Trump supporters from the military, the Pentagon would be unable to conquer the island of Grenada. Biden policymakers also intend to create an “anti-radicalization” program for individuals departing the military service. This initiative will likely produce plenty of leaks and embarrassing disclosures in the coming months and years.
The Biden report is spooked by the existence of militia groups and flirts with the fantasy of outlawing them across the land. The report promises to explore “how to make better use of laws that already exist in all fifty states prohibiting certain private ‘militia’ activity, including…state statutes prohibiting groups of people from organizing as private military units without the authorization of the state government, and state statutes that criminalize certain paramilitary activity.” Most of the private militia groups are guilty of nothing more than bluster and braggadocio. Besides, many of them are already overstocked with government informants who are counting on Uncle Sam for regular paychecks.
As part of its anti-extremism arsenal, DHS is financing programs for “enhancing media literacy and critical thinking skills” and helping internet users avoid “vulnerability to…harmful content deliberately disseminated by malicious actors online.” Do the feds have inside information about another Hunter Biden laptop turning up, or what? The Biden administration intends to bolster Americans’ defenses against extremism by developing “interactive online resources such as skills-enhancing online games.” If the games are as stupefying as this report, nobody will play them.
The Biden report stresses that federal law enforcement agencies “play a critical role in responding to reports of criminal and otherwise concerning activity.” “Otherwise concerning activity”? This is the same standard that turned prior anti-terrorist efforts into laughingstock.


Read the Whole Article
The pictures I saw showed plenty of terrified Senators, Congressmen, and security types.
When the people fear their government you have tyranny.

When the government fears the people, you have freedom.

January 6 was a good day

Yes it was!
The outta control corrupt elites got a 2x4 to their well deserving heads.
Keep the crap up, shitheads!!
A VERY MILD PROTEST caused them to lock themselves behind barbed wire.

Stealing elections has consequences
 

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It is an attack on our Liberties. But that is what the left always does.


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Since the French Revolution, politicians have defined terrorism to stigmatize their opponents, a precedent followed by the Biden administration’s National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. The report labels the January 6 clash at the Capitol as a “domestic terrorism” incident but fails to mention it spurred a mushroom cloud of increasingly far-fetched official accusations. Capitol Police acting Chief Yogananda Pittman told Congress that January 6 was “a terrorist attack by tens of thousands of insurrectionists.” Less than a thousand protestors entered the Capitol that day but apparently any Trump supporter who hustled down the Mall towards the Capitol became the legal equivalent of Osama Bin Laden. Unfortunately, this “seen walking in the same zip code” standard for guilt could be the prototype for Biden era domestic terrorist prosecutions.
The Biden report did not bestow the same “terrorist” label on the mobs who burned U.S. post offices in Minneapolis or assailed a federal courthouse in Portland last year. In its litany of terrorist incidents, the report cites “the vehicular killing of a peaceful protestor in Charlottesville” at the 2017 Unite the Right ruckus but omits the 49 people killed in 2016 by a Muslim enraged by U.S. foreign policy at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Maybe that case was excluded because the murderer was the protected son of a long-term FBI informant and FBI falsehoods derailed the subsequent trial of his widow. Nor did the report mention the worst terrorist incident since 9/11—the Las Vegas bloodbath where a single shooter killed 58 people and injured 900 others. The FBI claimed it could never find a motive for that slaughter and its “final report” on the incident was only three pages long. Never mind.
The White House claims its new war on terrorism and extremism is “carefully tailored to address violence and reduce the factors that… infringe on the free expression of ideas.” But the prerogative to define extremism includes the power to attempt to banish certain ideas from acceptable discourse. The report warns that “narratives of fraud in the recent general election… will almost certainly spur some [Domestic Violent Extremists] to try to engage in violence this year.” If accusations of 2020 electoral shenanigans are formally labeled as extremist threats, that could result in far more repression (aided by Facebook and Twitter) of dissenting voices. How will this work out any better than the concerted campaign by the media and Big Tech last fall to suppress all information about Hunter Biden’s laptop before the election?
The Biden administration is revving up for a war against an enemy which the feds have chosen to never explicitly define. According to a March report by Biden’s Office of the Director of National Intelligence, “domestic violent extremists” include individuals who “take overt steps to violently resist or facilitate the overthrow of the U.S. government in support of their belief that the U.S. government is purposely exceeding its Constitutional authority.” But that was the same belief that many Biden voters had regarding the Trump administration. Does the definition of extremism depend solely on which party captured the White House?
The report notes that the “Department of Defense is reviewing and updating its definition of prohibited extremist activities among uniformed military personnel.” Bishop Garrison, the chief of the Pentagon’s new Countering Extremism Working Group, is Exhibit A for the follies of extremist crackdowns on extremism. In a series of 2019 tweets, Garrison, a former aide to Hillary Clinton, denounced all Trump supporters as “racists.” Garrison’s working group will “specifically define what constitutes extremist behavior” for American soldiers. If Garrison purges Trump supporters from the military, the Pentagon would be unable to conquer the island of Grenada. Biden policymakers also intend to create an “anti-radicalization” program for individuals departing the military service. This initiative will likely produce plenty of leaks and embarrassing disclosures in the coming months and years.
The Biden report is spooked by the existence of militia groups and flirts with the fantasy of outlawing them across the land. The report promises to explore “how to make better use of laws that already exist in all fifty states prohibiting certain private ‘militia’ activity, including…state statutes prohibiting groups of people from organizing as private military units without the authorization of the state government, and state statutes that criminalize certain paramilitary activity.” Most of the private militia groups are guilty of nothing more than bluster and braggadocio. Besides, many of them are already overstocked with government informants who are counting on Uncle Sam for regular paychecks.
As part of its anti-extremism arsenal, DHS is financing programs for “enhancing media literacy and critical thinking skills” and helping internet users avoid “vulnerability to…harmful content deliberately disseminated by malicious actors online.” Do the feds have inside information about another Hunter Biden laptop turning up, or what? The Biden administration intends to bolster Americans’ defenses against extremism by developing “interactive online resources such as skills-enhancing online games.” If the games are as stupefying as this report, nobody will play them.
The Biden report stresses that federal law enforcement agencies “play a critical role in responding to reports of criminal and otherwise concerning activity.” “Otherwise concerning activity”? This is the same standard that turned prior anti-terrorist efforts into laughingstock.


Read the Whole Article
The pictures I saw showed plenty of terrified Senators, Congressmen, and security types.
When the people fear their government you have tyranny.

When the government fears the people, you have freedom.

January 6 was a good day

Yes it was!
The outta control corrupt elites got a 2x4 to their well deserving heads.
Keep the crap up, shitheads!!
Obviously another BLM supporter.
 

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occupied you mean deserved to die like the innocent retired policeman in the summer peaceful BLM protests? Or the other number of murdered victims during those completely justified protests? Do you have ground glass between your ears??
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.
That sounds extremist.
 

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I wish they had killed more than just one of you traitor scumbags. Certainly every one of those who breached or attempted to breach the senate chamber deserved to die in a hail of bullets for their intent to overturn the election.

Sounds like you wuz scared when unarmed people rioted at the Capitol.

If real weapons ever come out, I hope your fainting couch is bulletproof! :cool-45::banana2:
More like enraged enough to want every one of the traitors choking out their last breath in pool of their own blood.

All drama aside. You wuz scared, puss lips!
I'm not like you, I don't get scared by stuff on TV a thousand miles away. I do get angry when traitors mount a direct assault on democracy though. That's not drama, it's patriotism.
No one is buying your pussy lies.
 

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occupied you mean deserved to die like the innocent retired policeman in the summer peaceful BLM protests? Or the other number of murdered victims during those completely justified protests? Do you have ground glass between your ears??
Democrat riots were responsible for 30 deaths last year.
 

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occupied you mean deserved to die like the innocent retired policeman in the summer peaceful BLM protests? Or the other number of murdered victims during those completely justified protests? Do you have ground glass between your ears??
Democrat riots were responsible for 30 deaths last year.
There`s a distinct difference between protests that turned into riots (92% of them didn`t) and a riot that was planned scheduled and incited by the president of the United States. Do you see the difference Lysol Louie? We need to know why the patriot that shot that traitor bitch only had one bullet. Barney Fife?
 

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