What if I told you that Stalin and Biden had a lot in common?
Anyone and everyone reading this would no doubt agree with my assessment of the guy, but sometimes I can go a little overboard and I admit that.
However, this is not one of those times.
Sources claim that Biden wants to surveil the social media and online interactions of our men and women in uniform to combat ‘domestic extremism.’
This is of course a dog whistle to mean Conservative views. Everyone knows that Biden and his Marxist filth are not going to go after ANTIFA and BLM.
These groups are the biggest domestic terror threats we face, and to date they have both been responsible for billions in property damage, street violence, and mob politics.
Never mind what they do though; apparently, the chief concern of the deep state establishment is to bring the tyranny of soviet style surveillance to those who least deserve it.
Those who defend and protect our country from evil; those who sacrifice everything to keep us free.
Biden knows that the overwhelming majority of men and women who joined our armed services are Conservative—everyone knows this.
The person getting a degree in lesbian dance theory, or gender studies is NOT joining the military, so this move by Biden is perhaps the biggest slap in the face we have gotten as Conservatives.
Here is what we could find on the story:
The Intercept broke the story:
AS PART OF the Biden administration’s crackdown on domestic extremism, the Pentagon plans to launch a pilot program for screening social media content for extremist material, according to internal Defense Department documents reviewed by The Intercept, as well as a source with direct knowledge of the program.
An extremism steering committee led by Bishop Garrison, a senior adviser to the secretary of defense, is currently designing the social media screening pilot program, which will “continuously” monitor military personnel for “concerning behaviors,” according to a Pentagon briefing in late March. Although in the past the military has balked at surveilling service members for extremist political views due to First Amendment protections, the pilot program will rely on a private surveillance firm in order to circumvent First Amendment restrictions on government monitoring, according to a senior Pentagon official. Though the firm has not yet been selected, the current front runner is Babel Street, a company that sells powerful surveillance tools including social media monitoring software.
Babel Street has drawn criticism for its practice of buying bulk cellular location data and selling it to federal national security agencies like the Secret Service, who rely on the private company to bypass warrant requirements normally imposed on government bodies seeking to collect data. In November, Vice reported that the U.S. military’s Special Operations Command used one of Babel Street’s products, Locate X, to track the location of individuals for special forces operations. One method Babel controversially used was to purchase location data associated with the users of a popular Muslim prayer app.
Could this article from The New York Post highlight why they are so scared of the AF?:
More than 120 retired generals and admirals have published an open letter questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election as well as President Biden’s fitness to be commander-in-chief.
The letter, first reported by Politico, bears the heading of a group calling itself “Flag Officers 4 America” and says the United States “is in deep peril,” with Americans “in a fight for our survival as a Constitutional Republic like no other time since our founding in 1776.”
Among the letter’s 126 signatories are retired Rear Adm. John Poindexter, national security adviser under President Ronald Reagan, and retired Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin, who spent five years as deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence under President George W. Bush and is now executive vice president of the Family Research Council.