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DOJ Unveils New Domestic Terror Unit


Merrick Garland is perhaps the most corrupt AG in history.

The psychopaths, rapists, and murderers that comprise the deep state could not murder enough people in the Middle East, and so they are bringing their failed and unjust war on terror home.

They don’t want you protesting your local school board—that’s domestic terror.

They don’t want you questioning Pfizer and the dictates of a senile old man—again they define this as domestic terror.

They don’t want you asking questions about the legitimacy of the 2020 election which saw a senile old man and his diversity hire crew usurp The White House.

Make no mistake, this unit is made to come after people like you and me who do not see the establishment as legitimate, and how can we when they prove themselves consistently to be thieves, murderers, rapists and thugs?

These people start wars, are involved in some sort of sexual abuse scandal damn near constantly, and steal from you and I via taxes—they also have a monopoly on violence, and they are brainwashing your kids in their government schools.

The only reaction a sane, reasonable, and just person can have is to hate and to oppose these people—there can be no other logical reaction to their injustice and tyranny, yet they have the gaul to refer to us as domestic terrorists.

I say wear the badge with pride.

Here’s more on the story:

Axios had the facts:

While there is no specific federal domestic terrorism statute, the federal government defines domestic terrorism as criminal acts dangerous to human life that appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce civilians or the policy of a government. It can also use other criminal charges when pursuing domestic terrorists.

Lawmakers and active and former FBI agents have called for the creation of a specific statute to make such acts a federal crime, though others have argued it would be redundant or fear it could be used to crackdown on constitutional acts of political dissent.


Washington Examiner writes:

Matthew Olsen, an assistant attorney general who heads the DOJ’s national security division, appeared before the Democrat-led Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday for a hearing titled “The Domestic Terrorism Threat One Year After January 6.”

Olsen, who said DOJ regards the riot as a domestic terrorist act, said the department, led by Attorney General Merrick Garland, is heavily focused on the threat.


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