By Lauren Comele Morris
Updated: April 7, 2021
Fact Based Opinion
Crime is not equitable, it is distinguishable.
In January 2020, The Fusion Center released a Texas Domestic Terrorism Threat Assessment Report claiming that white racially motivated crime is “by far the most violently active type of domestic terrorism in the United States today”.
The Texas Department of Public Safety Fusion Center Intelligence & Counter Terrorism Division is comprised of multiple local, state, and federal agencies that work together to share information, resources, and expertise.
The primary emphasis is to identify emerging terrorism-related threats and risks and to support ongoing efforts to address criminal activities.
Misinformation Campaign and Narrative Strategy
The Fusion Center’s statement duplicates that made by Mr. George Selim, Sr., Vice President of Programs for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in his May 15, 2019 testimony before the Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Subcommittee of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s Hearing on “Confronting White Supremacy (Part 1) - The Consequences of Inaction.”
Selim testified that “According to ADL’s ‘Murder and Extremism in the United States in 2018’, Report, 78% of the 50 murders committed by extremists in 2018 were tied specifically to white supremacy.
Of the 313 people killed by right-wing extremists between 2009 to 2018, 76% were killed by white supremacists, making white supremacists the deadliest extremist movement in the United States over the past decade.” The ADL reported there were zero killings in 2018 by left wing extremists including anarchists and black nationalists.
These statements are listed in the Background section of the House Committee website which also states therein that “Under the Trump Administration, DHS appears to have significantly reduced resources and infrastructure that would address the increasing threat of white supremacist extremism.”
Linking to an article from the Daily Beast, the House Committee website continues that “Reportedly, DHS recently disbanded a group of analysts focused on domestic terrorism in the Office of Intelligence and Analysis, reducing the number of analytic reports on white supremacists.”
Other analysts have produced similar reports on the perceived rise of right-wing extremism. Antifa receives its own section and socialist white supremacist groups are now labeled as right wing.
Why is This Misinformation Being Parceled Out to The American Public?
A June 17, 2020 report by The Center for Strategic & International Studies opined “the most significant threat likely comes from white supremacists, though anarchists and religious extremists inspired by the Islamic State and al-Qaeda could present a potential threat as well”.
The report describes right wing extremists as groups that adopt Islamic tactics, are Neo-Nazis, and are groups like the Nationalist Socialist Movement, the American Nazi Party and Vanguard America.
In the reports, disparate groups are arbitrarily combined from known patriot groups The Three Percenters, The Oath Keepers, the MAGA crowd and others, creating a Mulligan Stew of white supremacist right wing extremists.
Redefining the groups through leftist propaganda and media deception is then broadcast ad nauseum by the mainstream media, creating a powerful and effective political disinformation campaign. Who benefits are the violent leftist Marxist agent provocateurs, Democratic Socialists, and spuriously funded street anarchists who are engaged in a color revolution to destroy capitalism by burning it to the ground.
Independent Journalist Andy Ngo testified before Congress on June 29, 2020 on his personal experience with Antifa, with some House Democrats absurdly claiming that Antifa does not exist. The Post Millennial posted an article with clips from his testimony wherein Ngo reads from affidavits and presents overwhelming evidence of terrorism, arson, murder, assault, and millions of dollars in property damage, some to Federal facilities, at the hands of the left-wing communist domestic terrorists Antifa.
Violent events both before and after the death of George Floyd alone defeat the statistics and narrative strategies of the former agencies and Fusion Center claims on white supremacy. The label and designation “White Supremacy” is rendered vague and ambiguous at best.
Heather McDonald is a Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and graduate of Yale and Cambridge Universities and Stanford University Law School. She is the author of The War on Cops and has testified before the House Judiciary Committee on policing. Heather speaks on the truth about crime, race and policing in America. Heather provides statistical truth and counter evidence which correlates to the white supremacy misinformation campaign.
Todd Bensman, Former Manager, Counter Terrorism Intelligence of the Texas DPS Intelligence and Counter Terrorism Division’s June 4, 2019 testimony for the hearing entitled “FBI Efforts To Combat An Increasing Threat Of White Supremacy And White Extremism” stated that while he and his analysts “worked in earnest to identify criminal-intent indicators regarding white supremacists and race-hate groups”… “experience over time showed that the threats from domestic extremists, at least in Texas, were far more varied than white supremacy.” Further, “the reality in Texas is that domestic extremist threats emanated from a more diverse spectrum than white supremacists.” Those groups included the Atomwaffen Division (Neo-Nazis), who endorse violence to ignite a race war to establish national socialism, the leftist organization Antifa, Maoist Red Guards, anti-government militias, and black nationalist separatist groups.
The mainstream media has irresponsibly ignored and made gross generalities, dismissing the mountain of evidence which invalidates the white supremacy narrative also perpetuated by Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and The Squad, BLM, the Democrats, liberal teachers and socialist groups and President Joe Biden.
After the events unfolded at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, the mainstream media claimed that domestic terrorists are average Trump Supporters and (a favorite of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate group” label) The Proud Boys.
Anyone who supports any agenda that is counter to the radical left are being scrutinized, threatened, assaulted, digitally assassinated, fired, silenced, crucified on social media, and officially investigated or put on watch lists.
Conservatives and gun owners have been subjected to complaints by fearful neighbors, ex-spouses, family and friends, and can be generally branded as dangerous individuals on anyone’s call to a 311 Stasi style snitch line. This mass hysterical environment of fear helps Democrats Sheila Jackson Lee and others like Texas House Member Teresa Meza attempt to justify overreaching gun control legislation.
AN IMPORTANT PUBLISHED STUDY:
Rair Foundation published a major study to counter The Fusion Center 2020 Report. The article and the study states that the Fusion Center Report disturbingly omits evidence that reveals that Islamic violence is the dominant threat to the United States, in favor of the white supremacy narrative.
QUESTIONS: (1) Do the public realize that the white supremacy agenda is a political strategy that amplifies false narratives while diminishing and/or otherwise giving a pass to Marxist Antifa and Black Lives Matter criminality?
(2) Is the public being dangerously and intentionally misled towards class division?
(3) Is a race war is being facilitated by ruthless and unjustifiable revolutionary acts, a Red Green Axis coalition, and CCP unrestricted warfare working in concert for the destruction of our free nation and the ushering in of a totalitarian system? Please comment below.