During a remote address on Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast, Joe Biden abandoned his sham call for ‘unity’ and instead exploited the January 6 mayhem at the US Capitol to label opponents to his regime’s totalitarian policies as terrorists driven by extremism and racism.
“We just have to open our eyes. We’ve just witnessed images that we’ve never imagined — images that now we’ll never forget: a violent assault on the U.S. Capitol — an assault on our democracy, on our Capitol, a violent attack that threatened lives and took lives,” Biden said. “We know now we must confront and defeat political extremism, white supremacy, and domestic terrorism.”
It is clear to whom Biden was referring, and it was not to the far-Left Anitifa and BLM terrorists who were burning down American cities all summer.
Biden unveiled his strategy to use the charge of “white supremacy” to demonize the pro-Liberty opposition during his divisive inauguration speech.
Biden’s addition of “domestic terrorism” to his rhetorical assault against the pro-Liberty opposition is even more ominous. His statement followed last week’s abuse of the National Terrorism Advisory System to issue a warning of a “heightened threat environment” despite the Department of Homeland Security admitting that it “does not have any information to indicate a specific, credible plot.”
In the past week we have been seeing a growing disinformation campaign to link support for Donald Trump with an increasing threat of domestic terrorism. For example, earlier this week, Robert Grenier, former head CIA’s counterterrorism center, went on NPR and explicitly named former president Trump as the leader of domestic insurgency:
Another, I think, very important element that we haven’t talked about yet is what I would refer to as insurgent leadership. The fact of the matter is that the most violent elements that we are concerned about right now see former President Trump as a broadly popular and charismatic symbol.
Grenier ominously argued for the need to treat “domestic extremists” using the same counterinsurgency tactics used during the War on Terror.
Why all of this talk of domestic terrorism linked to Trump and his supporters? The January 6 chaos at the Capitol Building was a singular event. There have been no other violent events that can plausibly be set at the foot of Trump supporters.
This is in stark contrast to the hundreds of riots conducted during the past year and continuing by far-Left Antifa and BLM terrorists. Even in Capitol Building chaos there is strong evidence that far-Left extremists were involved.
The only logical conclusion that can be made is that the Biden regime and his far-Left allies are deliberately creating a predicate to unleash the coercive organs of the state against their political opponents.
Biden is no stranger in using intelligence agencies and law enforcement to target his political enemies. The evidence is overwhelming that President Obama and then Vice-President Biden knowingly exploited the false ‘Steele dossier’ to unleash the CIA and the FBI first to spy on then candidate Trump and then to attempt a silent coup d’état against President Trump.
Where is the violence of Trump supporters or any conservatives for that matter? And do not shove Jan 6 in that mix. That was not something that ANY conservative supports. But – show me the violence of the left, Antifa, BLM, Maxine Waters calling for people to accost conservatives in public places? It is SELLING though. Biden does not want unity because his HANDLERS do not want unity.