Joe Biden and the fascist hall monitors in his administration are planning to hire a new army of spies to combat the threats against our Nation from those within. It’s not shocking at all. Since January 6, 2021, anyone, even Stevie Wonder, could see this one coming.
We peons need to be put in our place. We aren’t buying The Big Lie that Joe Biden won the 2020 Presidency legitimately. We won’t wear our face diapers like good little comrades. We don’t want Critical Race Theory taught to our children, and we still want the border wall built. We must be squashed into fearful submission. January 6 gave Bidenistas (or Susan Rice or Barack Obama) the visuals that they needed to start their narrative. Let’s forget that much of the footage of January 6 was shot by BLM activist Jayden X (John Earle Sullivan). The Democrat Media Industrial Complex sold it all as the average Americans (peons) that were in D.C. to rally for Donald Trump.
Getting citizens to act as spies against their fellow citizens could be seen truly in the military “Stand Down”. As one of his first acts as Secretary of Defense, LLoyd Austin ordered a 60 day stand down to rout out extremism in the military. No definition of extremism was given. Take note of that.
This week, Attorney General Merrick Garland and Homeland Security Secretary testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee. Garland testified:
Speaking before the Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday, Garland doubled down on his previous comments and agreed with fellow witness Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas that white supremacy is “the most persistent threat in the homeland.”
Garland specifically referred to the rioters who broke into the U.S. Capitol building ahead of President Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 6.
“In my career…I have not seen a more dangerous threat to democracy than the invasion of the Capitol,” he confirmed. He also cited a report from the U.S. FBI issued in March.
“The top domestic violence extremist threat we face comes from racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists, specifically those who advocate for the superiority of the white race,” Garland added, reiterating the U.S. Department of Justice’s commitment to snuffing out these threats and prosecuting violators.
Here is Secretary Mayorkas’s opening statement before the Committee on domestic terrorism:
The problem is not the mostly black men assaulting Asians. The problem is not the 178,000 illegal aliens who tried to cross the border in April, 2021. Nah! It’s the 200 or so mostly Wypipo who trashed the Capitol on January 6, 2021. And, by the way, who killed Ashli Babbitt?
So, as Biden’s father once said to him, “Joey, what you need are spies. Spying on your fellow citizens is good and dignified work, Joey.”
Spies? Yes, that’s what the Nation needs. Zero Hedge has the whole story:
As part of its war on extremism, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may exploit a “legal work-around” to spy on and potentially entrap Americans who are “perpetuating the ‘narratives’ of concern,” CNN reported last week. But federal informant programs routinely degenerate into “dollars for collars” schemes that reward scoundrels for fabricating crimes that destroy the lives of innocent Americans. The DHS plan would “allow the department to circumvent [constitutional and legal] limits” on surveillance of private citizens and groups. Federal agencies are prohibited from targeting individuals solely for First Amendment-protected speech and activities. But federal hirelings would be under no such restraint. Private informants could create false identities that would be problematic if done by federal agents.
The Southern Border is open, but this is what Alejandro Mayorkas has been focusing on getting spies to entrap their families and neighbors. Good one.
Even your friendly mailperson may be one of the spies:
The Biden administration is considering unleashing a new surveillance program at a time when Americans have no idea how many federal agencies are already spying on them. Yahoo News disclosed last month that the Postal Inspection Service is running iCOP —the Internet Covert Operations Program—to sweep social media and other websites searching for any “inflammatory” postings on topics including protests against COVID lockdowns. Postal inspectors got access to private messages on Parler and Telegram, presumably with no search warrant. The iCOP program turns over its discoveries to other federal agencies. Rachel Levinson-Waldman of the Brennan Center for Justice commented that iCop “seems a little bizarre” since the surveillance included “monitoring of social media that’s unrelated to use of the postal system.” Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) denounced the program for violating the Constitution and asked: “The USPS has been losing money for many years… so where do they find money to run this surveillance program?” Unfortunately, federal agencies that trample the law and the Constitution in their surveillance efforts are usually punished with budget increases.
We didn’t vote for this. We are being robbed. Never, ever forget for one minute that the Left never hated Trump as much as they hate you.
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