Biden’s parallel universe: Support Jih@dis and blame Whites
'The Most Lethal Terrorist Threat’ Is ‘Domestic Terrorism Rooted In White Supremacy'
The January 6 Capitol incident was not an insurrection. The protesters were unarmed. There was no plan to overthrow the government, no ringleader, no actual incitement or call to violence from Trump. Nothing. And aside from that, they have this El Paso attack, and otherwise have to go back to Oklahoma City, Waco, and Ruby Ridge, all of which took place over two decades ago, which in itself demonstrates that they don’t have any recent incidents of “white supremacist terrorism” to invoke.
Meanwhile, there has been the Boston Marathon jihad attack, and the Orlando and Fort Hood and San Bernardino jihad massacres, and numerous others that have gotten little or no media attention, and no demonstration of concern from Joe Biden or his handlers. And note how violent rioting from Antifa and Black Lives Matter are likewise ignored.
This is deception and deflection at the highest level of government. The agenda of Biden and his handlers is obvious and insidious: they’re going to find those white supremacist terrorists, and they’re going to prosecute and destroy them. If they don’t find any white supremacists in sufficient numbers, they will claim that others are white supremacists, and defame and destroy them accordingly. Biden’s spurious assessment of the domestic terror threat must be seen against the backdrop of the Left’s increasingly common habit of referring to virtually anyone who opposes the hard-Left, socialist agenda of Biden’s handlers and the establishment media as a white supremacist. This isn’t just a smear. It’s a smear with a definite purpose, and is heading us straight to the roundup of dissidents.
“Biden: ‘The Most Lethal Terrorist Threat’ Is ‘Domestic Terrorism Rooted In White Supremacy,’” by Brianna Lyman, Daily Caller, August 4, 2021:
President Joe Biden called white supremacy “the most lethal terrorist threat” to the nation in a USA Today op-ed Tuesday commemorating the two-year anniversary of the deadly El Paso shooting.
“[Patrick Crusius] thought his hatred of immigrants could prove more powerful than the culture and vibrancy of the people of this community,” Biden wrote. “[Crusius] was wrong. Yet America’s intelligence community has confirmed what the people of El Paso know all too well: the most lethal terrorist threat to our homeland in recent years has been domestic terrorism rooted in white supremacy.”
“We cannot ignore it. We must confront the spread of hate-fueled violence in every form,” he continued.
Crusius allegedly killed 23 people and injured more than a dozen people when he opened fire Aug. 3 at a Walmart in Texas. An arrest affidavit said Crusius allegedly said he was targeting Mexican people, CNN reported.
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