Biden administration develops spy network with tech to stamp out ‘White Supremacists’

We learn that a new system to “methodically track” domestic terrorism cases has been implemented that includes working with tech companies. They will work with them to “eliminate terrorist content online.” “Open Sources” is the operational code for spying. It’s all hands on deck to stamp out White Supremacists. Both DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and AG Garland are out there this week as Biden’s “wingmen.” Wouldn’t it have been so nice if Trump would have had half of a “wing man” that Biden has? 

If this whole business doesn’t send a chill down your spine, then you haven’t read any history. Of course this is all based supposedly on the January 6 incident.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration says it will enhance its analysis of threats from domestic terrorists, including the sharing of intelligence within law enforcement agencies, and will work with tech companies to eliminate terrorist content online as part of a nationwide strategy to combat domestic terrorism.

A report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence found that domestic violent extremists posed an increased threat in 2021, with white supremacist groups and anti-government militias posing the highest risk, officials said.

The new strategy includes enhancing the government’s analysis of domestic terrorism and improving the information that is shared between local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Administration officials said the Justice Department had also implemented a new system to “methodically track” domestic terrorism cases nationwide within the FBI.


The government’s new plan also includes an effort to identify government employees who may pose a domestic terrorism threat, with a number of federal agencies working on new policies and programs to root out potential domestic extremists in law enforcement and in the military.

A senior administration official said the Office of Personnel Management was considering updating forms to assist in improving screening and vetting of government employees to make sure people who could pose a threat are identified before being put in sensitive roles. The official spoke to reporters on the condition of anonymity to detail the internal tools.

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Secretary Mayorkas on U.S. Domestic Terror Strategy

He lies like a rug. Just like the the border is closed, now everyone’s rights will be respected.


Of course all of this goes down while everyone is focused on what is going on with the latest gaffe of Biden oeverseas.


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27 Responses to “Biden administration develops spy network with tech to stamp out ‘White Supremacists’”

  1. Biden administration develops spy network with tech to stamp out ‘White Supremacists’ – Freedom Is Just Another Word… Says:

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    Of course the Democrats define “domestic terrorists” as anybody who disagrees with their radical agenda. This should have every single American worried but what worries me even more is how many on the left actually condone this!

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  3. geeez2014 Says:

    Of course, the FEDS were talking about white supremacy being THE biggest danger for quite a while before 1/6, but this all does seem predicated on that event…..which probably is one huge reason we’re not finding out a TON of details. How hard is it to find out who killed Ashli Babbitt, for example? if it were a Republican activist, you can bet your sweet bippy we’d have known that afternoon.

    If this is all based on VIOLENCe, why aren’t they including ANTIFA and BLM on this WATCH LIST?

    This is STASI stuff. There can BE no other way to look at it.

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  4. nrringlee Says:

    Thought criminal, self confessed. Put me on your silly lists. I fear not.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      For those of us of a certain age it should work out. For those whose careers are on the line, plus more, may have more concern.
      If a youngster and starting out knowing every move and statement and every keystroke I made could imperil my future, I would be very upset and begin raising hell over it. But thats me.

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  5. Mustang Says:

    I don’t know where to begin with this. Seriously. The proposition is simply too bizarre. I know there are dozens of reasons why people commit violent crimes, and I know that the genesis of every one of them is a mental phenomenon — some psychotic episode that results in anger, frustration, striking out. There is no clinical indication that the color of one’s skin has any relation to his or her behavior, whether aggressive or passive. So, for the federal government to mass all of its resources behind this illogical proposition is not only inappropriate, but it also does no justice to the American people, our society, and it is wasteful because “white supremacy” isn’t the problem. White supremacy is only a manifestation of some psychotic issue — and that‘s what we should be talking about. If nothing else, your post today illuminates how inept the federal government has become (and how quickly, too, I might add) under the Biden administration.

    Mark was keen to point out that in a country of around 328-million people, there may be 3,000 extremists of one sort or another. Hardly something to lose sleep over. And yet … someone is losing sleep over it. And spending money on it. And coming up with all the wrong conclusions — such as that our problem in this country is mostly skin color. It is a ludicrous conclusion. I did some googling and found that there are some statistics … but not many that make any sense, and that the reason for this is that the statisticians aren’t quite sure how to organize their data — which tells us that the problem seems to be that the federal government is looking for the ever-elusive boogeyman.

    Now I did find one interesting revelation. In 2019, a hearing was conducted in the House of Representatives titled “House Hearing, 116th Congress, Confronting Violent White Supremacy and the Adequacy of the Federal Response. A Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, House of Representatives. June 4, 2019.” The committee chair was Elijah Cummings. [Blah blah blah]. What I found interesting was the list of witnesses. Here goes: Michael McGarrity, Assistant Director, Counterterrorism, FBI; Calvin Shivers, Deputy Assistant Director, Criminal Investigative Division, FBI; Elizabeth Neumann, Assistant Secretary, Threat Prevention and Security Policy, DHS; Tony McAleer, Co-founder, Life After Hate; Lecia Brooks, Outreach Director, Southern Poverty Law Center; Brette Steele, Director of Prevention and National Security, McCain Institute for International Leadership, Arizona State University; and Todd Bensman, Former Manager, Counterterrorism Unit, Intelligence and Counterterrorism Division, Texas Department of Public Safety.

    The FBI witnesses … the same people who have no idea how to organize their “crime statistics.” There were no noted psychiatrists or psychologists, no state attorneys general, no chiefs of police, no county sheriffs, no statisticians, and no one representing any of the 600 to 800 blacks killed in Chicago every year by other blacks — you know, for the sake of a balanced hearing. None of that.

    My conclusion is that since there is no serious effort by the federal government to solve the problem of white supremacy, there must be no serious concern beyond a very peculiar agenda designed to take the fractured society created by Barack Obama and widen it even more. More recently, we’ve seen that Biden’s Secretary of Defense is seeking to “rid the ranks of the military” of extremists. Believe me when I say that there is no more glaring example of extremism than combat; it is what we train soldiers to do. Extreme behavior is what we expect from our military; extremism in combat is why they exist. It is how we win battles. Otherwise, why have any armed forces? Ah. Maybe that’s the long-term goal.

    I met a white supremacist once, back in 1974 in Alabama. He absolutely hated black people. He was also a Democrat.

    So, since there is no massive uprising among America’s white population targeting non-white people, what the hell is going on? We know. It leads me to the conclusion that Americans had better get their heads out of their butts or we won’t have a Republic anymore … it’s going to be a totalitarian reverse racialist regime that shreds the Bill of Rights and presumes guilt rather than innocence. But if we wanted to solve a problem about violence in America, then maybe we should be looking at a common denominator other than skin color. Personally, I would be more concerned about the number of psychotic people we have in this country, many of whom are … dare I suggest … politicians.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      “Believe me when I say that there is no more glaring example of extremism than combat; it is what we train soldiers to do. Extreme behavior is what we expect from our military; extremism in combat is why they exist. It is how we win battles. Otherwise, why have any armed forces? Ah. Maybe that’s the long-term goal.”

      You may have answered the question of the goal. None of it makes a wit of sense. And there is psychotic behavior going on…and it is not the supposed White Supremacists. Oh they may have issues with Blacks, but I see little evidence of violence towards them. But I do see Antifa and BLM maiming and killing and destroying without consequence.

      They will purge the military of those whose “extreme” willingness to kill on our behalf. Heaven help us. Thanks for your good comment.

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  6. markone1blog Says:

    This will investigate more church groups and Republican clubs than it will dig into real “White supremacist” groups (as those have largely died out).

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  7. GP Says:

    Nothing is mentioned about BLM or Antifa.

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  8. peter3nj Says:

    Over the last 50 years Lunchpail has shown himself to be an overt white supremacist as well as sexual predator while these days using his VP as his latest beard he walks.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      And now the purge in government and the military begins… Biden should be purged first.

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    • Mustang Says:

      Here’s an interesting proposition: let’s take someone who hates (fill in the blank), label him or her a “hater,” charge them with “hate crimes” and lock them away in a federal or state prison for ten years. Now the question is, after ten years in prison, after stripping away all their rights as citizens, after destroying them financially, after destroying their families, will this “justice” serve to transform this disgusting criminal into a loving, gracious, warm person, or will it simply intensify his or her hatred toward (fill in the blank)?

      I wonder, too, if there might be some justification for further isolating these haters according to that which they hate. For example, could we have prisons for haters of people, one for haters of General Motors, and one for haters of vanilla ice cream? I would not like to see haters of Biden/Democrats/communists stuffed into the general population. It just wouldn’t be fair.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Well, the gulags and bumping off 50 million souls seemed to send a message. Call me cynical and I guess I should not be commenting right now as I just finished watching our Commander in Chief make an ass of himself.

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