During Barack Hussein Obama’s reign over America, the feds were told that patriotic Americans were the top terror threat while radical Islam was put on the backburner. Trump has reversed those policies, but Democrats in the House have not given up on the crusade to denigrate individuals who love America.
Rep. Brad Schneider (D-IL) introduced the so-called Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2018 on Feb. 2. Its alleged purpose is “to authorize dedicated domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to analyze and monitor domestic terrorist activity and require the Federal Government to take steps to prevent domestic terrorism.” The legislation relies primarily on statistics from anti-white Marxist organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) to form its basis. It talks specifically about the need to protect Mosques from right-wing terror.
The bill would authorize a new bureaucracy at the federal level to monitor and report upon white conservatives. Feds would train local law enforcement to be paranoid about the threat level these individuals, who commit acts of terror very infrequently – a fact which is admitted in the legislation itself. Resources would be diverted away from keeping Americans safe from legitimate threats. Domestic spying would be enhanced under the legislation as well.
This is the next step in the Democrats’ war on the civil liberties of their political opposition. During the Obama regime, the 2012 NDAA was signed into law revoking habeas corpus for “associated forces” of hostile regimes. This deliberately vague term could be applied to virtually any individual the government deems appropriate. The IRS also punished tea parties for lawful political organizing as well with Obama as the commander-in-chief.
Four fellow democrats have joined Rep. Schneider in co-sponsoring the bill in the House. Due to the intensely partisan nature of the U.S. legislature, it is very unlikely that this bill will receive any traction. If Hillary Clinton were President and the Democrats lorded over the legislature, that would likely be another story.