Support of America’s 45th President may soon be “domestic terrorism”
There is a campaign emerging in Washington DC and within the leftist circles to label Trump supporters and critics of the corrupt 2020 presidential election fraud as domestic terrorists, which could potentially justify using military tactics against such political enemies, akin to how alleged foreign “terrorists” were taken out by drone strikes during the George W. Bush and Obama administrations’ “war on terror” abroad. MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace suggests as much in a recent remark on that network.
But this isn’t simply the ramblings of yet another cable news talking head. As the Democrat Congress was debating to strip Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee positions, the Washington Post reports on a serious debate in Congress over probable legislation that will formalize a US government declaration of war on Trump supporters:
An apparent bipartisan majority of the House Homeland Security Committee on Thursday endorsed the idea of new laws to address domestic terrorism in the wake of last month’s riot at the U.S. Capitol, as experts warned such internal threats would plague the country for decades to come.
Elizabeth Neumann, a former assistant secretary of homeland security for counterterrorism during the Trump administration, warned lawmakers that there is a “high likelihood” that another domestic terrorist attack would occur in the coming months and that the problem would persist “for the next 10 to 20 years.”
Jonathan Greenblatt, head of the Anti-Defamation League, told lawmakers that Jan. 6 had been a “watershed moment for the white supremacist movement,” and that its adherents viewed the Capitol breach as a “victory.”
What say? The “Capitol riot” was almost certainly a frame job led by Antifa agent provocateurs–a reactionary communist group that historically opposed European nationalism during the 1930s. And, as we have suggested here months ago, “white supremacy” is a dacades-old creation of the Jewish American intelligentsia and social scientists who’ve long sought to target virtually any Christian–simply because of their conservative values and religious beliefs.