Biden’s ‘White Supremacist’ Bogeyman
Biden’s deluded reference to “white supremacists” and “right-wing extremists” is thinly veiled code for “Trump supporters.”
Joe Biden continues to invoke the January “Capitol Insurrection™” as fodder for insisting, as he blustered in his joint address to Congress, that “the most lethal terrorist threat to the homeland today is from white supremacist terrorism.” He repeated that race-bait rhetoric two weeks ago in Tulsa, where he used the anniversary of a racial attack 100 years ago to promote the Demos’ race-hustling agenda.
According to Biden: “The insurrection at the Capitol on January the 9th[sic] [was] a mob of violent white extremists… Look around at the various hate crimes against Asian Americans and Jewish Americans, hate that never goes away. … We must not give hate a safe harbor. As I said in my address to the joint session of Congress…terrorism from white supremacy is the most lethal threat to the homeland today, not [ISIS](https://patriotpost.us/alexander/38936], not al-Qa'ida, white supremacists.”
Of course, Biden’s deluded reference to “white supremacists” and “right-wing extremists” is thinly veiled code for those who supported the conservative domestic and foreign policies of the Trump administration over the last four years.
Endeavoring to perpetuate that delusion, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) tried to form a “9/11-type commission,” which she was going to use to keep the Capitol riot front and center from now until the 2022 midterm elections. Her comparison of the Capitol incident to what actually happened as a result of the 9/11 Islamist attack on our country in 2001 is inexcusable. Wisely, Senate Republicans blocked Pelosi’s theatrics, leaving Biden to piece together some other scheme to keep his “white supremacist insurrection” narrative fresh.
Attorney General Merrick Garland has now been tapped as the frontman for that narrative. As if enough senior Department of Justice bureaucrats have not already demonstrated their partisan political views by trying to take down Trump over the last four years, Garland and his enemies of Liberty are taking the Left’s deep-state perversion to the next level.
In a seminal speech this week on the Biden administration’s just-released “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism,” Garland declared: “According to an unclassified summary of the March intelligence assessment, the two most lethal elements of the domestic violence extremist threat are ‘racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists, and militia violent extremists.’ In the FBI’s view, the top domestic violent extremist threat comes from ‘racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists, specifically those who advocated for the superiority of the white race.’”
Garland added, “We must not only bring our federal resources to bear, we must adopt a broader societal response to tackle the problem’s deeper roots.” Round ‘em all up!
Of course, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal law enforcement agencies piled on. Biden already ordered Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to issue a 60-day stand down to search for “extremists” in the military – again, “Trump supporters.”
Demonstrating how far the coup d'état mindset of Beltway bureaucrats controlling the FBI has devolved, last week former FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence, Frank Figliuzzi, offered this advice on taking down extremists: “Arresting low-level operatives is merely a speed bump not a road block. In order to really tackle terrorism, and this time domestically, you’ve got to attack and dismantle the command and control element of a terrorist group. That may mean people sitting in Congress right now — people in and around the former president.” He went on to assert certain legislators “recruited people to violence.”
Recall that Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin said, “You cannot make a revolution with silk gloves.”
For the record, federal law defines “domestic terrorism” as “activities that involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State; appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population, to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion, or to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States.”
If Garland had stopped at the “most lethal elements of the domestic violence extremist threat are 'racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists,’” one would certainly conclude that he was talking about the Marxist “Black Lives Matter” terrorists who are responsible for the loss of many lives and billions of dollars in damage in urban centers last year.
But Garland did not mention BLM or the so-called “antifa movement” terrorists, specifying instead, “those who advocated for the superiority of the white race.”
So, how do you divert from the most obvious and pervasive threat to the American people? Create a “BIG Lie, and a "white supremacist bogeyman.
Thus, for an example of terrorism that met that narrative, Garland had to reach back to the 2015 attack in South Carolina, where seven Black citizens were murdered by a neo-NAZI racist — an attack generally fitting the broadest definition of "domestic terrorism,” but more specifically a racially motivated “hate crime.” He also mentioned the 2017 Charlottesville incident when “a man drove his car into a crowd of peaceful protesters … murdering one and injuring many more.”
What Garland most notably did not mention were any of the far more frequent and much more deadly actual acts of domestic terrorism by Islamists, including the 2015 murder of four Marines and a Navy Petty Officer in Chattanooga, Tennessee, by an Islamist terrorist. Nor did he mention the San Bernardino Christmas party attack six months later, when two Islamists murdered 14 people, wounding 17 others.
Garland did not mention the 2016 attack in Orlando, where a radicalized Muslim murdered 49 people and wounded 53 others. At the time, then-president Barack Obama could not bring himself to call it what it was, stating only that “we do have suggestions that that individual may have leanings toward a particular ideology.” That would be the same location Biden just declared “hallowed ground” for a National Memorial site, insisting the victims were killed by “gun violence,” not a terrorist.
In fact, Garland did not mention any of the prolific terrorist assaults by Islamists, dispute the fact that, as Zach Bauder notes, “One percent of the population kills more people in domestic terrorist related instances than the white majority of 76%.”
Garland did mention the 2018 murder of 11 worshippers at the Tree of Life synagogue by an anti-Semite, but he made no mention of the inflammatory remarks last week by Islamist anti-Semite Rep. Ilhan Abdullahi Omar.
Freedom Center Fellow Daniel Greenfield writes, “The Biden administration’s newly released National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism mentions Al Qaeda only once in its 30 pages. Even though the FBI continues to break up Islamic terrorist plots against America, the document only defines Muslims as victims. … The National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism redefines the terrorist threat as coming first and foremost from political opponents of the Biden administration. And it defines that threat as a primarily political and ideological battle rather than a violent threat. The new strategy doesn’t come up with any new ideas for fighting terrorism. Its ideas fall into the murky territory of preventing terror through everything from internet censorship to critical race theory. Biden is rebooting Obama’s CVE or Countering Violent Extremism program to target Americans…”
Moreover, regarding “activities that involve acts dangerous to human life,” according to the FBI’s national crime statistics for the latest year of record (2019), there were more than 45 murders every day. That number most assuredly increased in 2020 during the Demos’ “summer of rage.”
Highly regarded crime researcher Heather Mac Donald has documented the interracial crime disparity between White and Black people. According to the FBI’s latest statistics regarding interracial crime between Blacks and Whites, Black people committed 90% of interracial felonies despite representing just 13% of our population.
This gross racial disparity in criminal assailants is not a new issue, as was made clear in a 2015 Harvard study of Black-on-Black violence. In that study, former New York City Democrat Mayor Michael Bloomberg noted: “Ninety percent of all people killed in our city — and 90 percent of all those who commit the murders and other violent crimes — are Black and Hispanic. It is shameful that so many elected officials and editorial writers have been largely silent on these facts.”
Further, this racial disparity is also true in other crime categories, which dispels the assertion that somehow prisons have more Black inmates because of “systemic racism.”
America is no more besieged by systemic racism than it is besieged by white supremacists.
If Garland had any interest in being anything other than a political hack, he would spend every waking moment making clear that there is an enormous hate-based racial violence threat in our country — but it is not driven by “white supremacy.” One could argue that an underlying cause of this racial hatred is “black supremacy,” seeded and fomented by Biden and his leftist cadres.
Semper Vigilans Fortis Paratus et Fidelis
Pro Deo et Libertate — 1776
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