The Department of Homeland Security has released an official document branding anybody who dares question the Biden administration as an “extremist.”
According to new guidelines, questioning the obviously fraudulent 2020 election and promoting “conspiracy theories” about the plandemic are among the acts considered to be displays of “extremism.”
DHS claims that the “sociopolitical developments” of the 2020 election and the COVID pandemic could “spur domestic violent extremists” to “engage in violence.”
The guidance also calls for more funding for the DHS’ “Insider Threat Program” to identify and purge any DHS employees who “may be displaying early indicators of extremist behavior or may be radicalizing to violence.”
“Additional funding is necessary to resource these efforts, as this will greatly enhance the Department’s ability to identify and address violent extremist activity and protect from insider threats,” the memo states.
In March of 2021 the government prefaced this move with a threat assessment that suggested so-called “domestic extremists” would be “galvanized by recent political and societal events in the United States” and as a result “pose an elevated threat to the Homeland.”
That assessment similarly pointed to things such as fraud in the 2020 election, pandemic related backlash, and the impact of the January 6 protest, saying they “will almost certainly spur some [domestic violent extremists] [sic] to try to engage in violence this year.”
It’s worth noting that more than half of the U.S. population reportedly questions the results of the 2020 presidential election, meaning the Biden administration has dangerously labeled a majority of Americans – who more than likely oppose him – as extremists.