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The Department of Justice under Attorney General Merrick Garland is ramping up its Domestic War On Terror (aka War On The American People) through the creation of a new "domestic terrorism unit" aimed at treating American citizens as "terrorists."
From AP, "Justice Dept. creating unit focused on domestic terrorism":
The Justice Department is establishing a specialized unit focused on domestic terrorism, the department's top national security official told lawmakers Tuesday as he described an “elevated” threat from violent extremists in the United States.The rate of "white extremist" attacks has never been lower.
On the other hand, "urban" crime is exploding to record levels and the border is wide open with millions of unvetted illegal aliens from all over the world pouring in as a result of the Biden regime's and Garland's own policies.
The department's National Security Division, which Olsen leads, has a counterterrorism section. But Olsen told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he has decided to create a specialized domestic terrorism unit "to augment our existing approach" and to "ensure that these cases are properly handled and effectively coordinated" across the country.Here's excerpts from Olsen's prepared remarks via the DOJ:
The threat posed by domestic terrorism is on the rise. The number of FBI investigations of suspected domestic violent extremists has more than doubled since the spring of 2020. Communities across the country have been the victims of acts of domestic terror and hate in recent years: In El Paso, 23 people, most of whom were Latino, were killed at a shopping center. In Pittsburgh, 11 worshipers were killed at their synagogue. In Alexandria, Virginia, a lone gunman wounded four people at a congressional baseball practice. In Charleston, nine people were killed by a white supremacist at their church.Note, he didn't even mention the deadly Waukesha terror attack at the hands of an anti-white, black extremist just two months ago!
It's as though it never even happened!
Last week, we marked the one-year anniversary of the violent attack on the Capitol on January 6. In the wake of that attack, DOJ has undertaken an effort – unprecedented in its scope and complexity – to hold accountable all who engaged in criminal acts. As the Attorney General described last week, we have arrested and charged more than 725 individuals, including more than 325 defendants charged with felonies, for their roles in the January 6th attack. We continue to methodically gather and review the evidence and we will follow the facts wherever they lead.They did that while simultaneously letting BLM and Antifa rioters off the hook.
The attacks in recent years underscore the threat that domestic terrorism continues to pose to our citizens, to law enforcement officers and elected officials, and to our democratic institutions.Note the seamless conflation of Jan 6 with domestic terrorism.
Based on the assessment of the Intelligence Community, we face an elevated threat from domestic violent extremists — that is, individuals in the United States who seek to commit violent criminal acts in furtherance of domestic social or political goals. Domestic violent extremists are often motivated by a mix of ideologies and personal grievances. We have seen a growing threat from those who are motivated by racial animus, as well as those who ascribe to extremist anti-government and anti-authority ideologies. We also remain vigilant to the persistent threat from international terrorist groups, particularly al-Qaida and ISIS.Just ignore all the real violence happening at record levels in our cities every single day!
As the Attorney General has observed, combatting the threat of domestic terrorism has been a core mission for the Department of Justice since its founding more than 150 years ago, when the newly-formed department pursued the KKK to protect the rights of Black Americans under the Constitution.Imagine how much real crime they could be stopping if these 94 U.S. Attorneys' Offices set out to put the thugs terrorizing our cities in prison!
At Main Justice, the National Security Division was created in 2006 to integrate the department’s national security work nationwide. In any case with a nexus to domestic terrorism, we provide support to manage, coordinate and assist in those prosecutions.In October, it came out that Merrick Garland had ordered the FBI to mobilize against parents opposed to anti-white critical race theory brainwashing being taught in our nation's public schools.
Garland's own family members were found to be profiting off selling such anti-white CRT materials to public schools.
It came out yesterday that the Biden regime had Education Secretary Miguel Cardona solicit "the much-criticized letter from the National School Boards Association that compared protesting parents to domestic terrorists."
"President Biden's Department of Justice [headed by Merrick Garland] relied on the NSBA letter, which suggested using the Patriot Act against parents, in creating its own memo directing the FBI to mobilize in support of local education officials," Fox News reported.
We're ruled by lawless criminals who want to make it a crime to oppose their rule.
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