DHS to label white supremacists as the 'most persistent and lethal threat' to the US: report

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White supremacists behind majority of US domestic terror attacks in 2020​

Data stands in stark contrast to claims by Donald Trump, who has argued that leftwing violence is a major threat





White supremacists and other rightwing extremists have been responsible for 67% of domestic terror attacks and plots so far this year, with at least half of that violence targeting protesters, according to a new analysis from a centrist thinktank.

The report found only a single deadly “far-left” attack in 2020, the shooting of Aaron Danielson, a rightwing activist, by a self-described “anti-fascist” during a protest in Portland this August. Experts on extremism said this was the first killing linked to an anti-fascist in the United States in 25 years.

Violent rightwing actors were responsible for 41 politically motivated attacks and plots this year, while “far-left” actors were responsible for 12, according to analysts at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), who have assembled a database of domestic terror attacks going back to 1994.

The new data stands in stark contrast to claims by Donald Trump and justice department officials, who have responded to massive protests against police violence and racism by arguing that leftwing violence is a major threat, and that anti-fascist, or “antifa”, activists should be designated as a domestic terror group.


74 BLM rioters have recently been charged, some of them facing lengthy sentences. How can the above be true then? Only 12?

I call lies and manipulation. When you factor what BLM has done this year, its a lot more than 12. Probably higher than 74.

Although again, let's get back to something that I know you won't engage on.

Why did 16 Democratic governors call in the National Guard after the election was over?

Was it the Proud Boys? Was it Jordan Peterson? Was it the KKK?

No, it was BLM and Antifa.

16 states. National Guard. Look it up.
 

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WATCH: Neo-Nazi begs man to stop filming after he gets caught putting up swastika stickers​





A man from the San Francisco area confronted an individual for placing swastika stickers around town and captured the confrontation in a video that has since gone viral, SFGate reports.

Noah Mohan was walking his dog when he noticed the man placing the stickers featuring the swastika with the phrase, “We are everywhere.” That’s when he took out his cellphone and began recording, asking the man to show his face. When the man refused, Mohan told him that he shouldn’t have a problem showing his face if he truly stood by his ideology.

As the man continued posting the stickers, Mohan followed him and ripped them down.

“Not in my city,” Mohan said.

The man repeatedly asked Mohan to stop recording his actions.

“If you stop filming me, I will leave right now,” the man said. He later added, “I just want to let you not film me because I don’t want to get my family caught up in this.”

“**** your family,” Mohan responded. “Your family should teach you better.”

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Just look at BLM - the division is right there.
Difference is BLM and antifa are loose organisations. The whole movement is based on idea with no structure.
If you hate fascists, it makes you antifa.
 

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74 BLM rioters have recently been charged, some of them facing lengthy sentences. How can the above be true then? Only 12?

I call lies and manipulation. When you factor what BLM has done this year, its a lot more than 12. Probably higher than 74.

Although again, let's get back to something that I know you won't engage on.

Why did 16 Democratic governors call in the National Guard after the election was over?

Was it the Proud Boys? Was it Jordan Peterson? Was it the KKK?

No, it was BLM and Antifa.

16 states. National Guard. Look it up.
Look into FBI investigation of the BLM. It's an idea, not a centralised structured organisation with a specific cause like many right wing groups.
 

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Look into FBI investigation of the BLM. It's an idea, not a centralised structured organisation with a specific cause like many right wing groups.

That doesn't matter. BLM is still the cause of a lot of violence and destruction, even if it has no single identifiable leader. It is still a left wing cause of destruction.

Again, BLM is the reason why National Guard was called in, not the KKK or the Proud Boys.
 

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Also.

In August 2017, a petition was lodged with the White House petitioning system We the People calling upon President Donald Trump to formally classify "AntiFa" as terrorist. The White House responded in 2018 that federal law does not have a mechanism for formally designating domestic terrorist organizations.[136][137][138] The writer of the petition later stated he had created it to "bring our broken right side together" and to "prop up antifa as a punching bag".[139]

I think you will find the real "antifa" on Hunter Bidens laptop.
 

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74 BLM rioters have recently been charged, some of them facing lengthy sentences. How can the above be true then? Only 12?

I call lies and manipulation. When you factor what BLM has done this year, its a lot more than 12. Probably higher than 74.

Although again, let's get back to something that I know you won't engage on.

Why did 16 Democratic governors call in the National Guard after the election was over?

Was it the Proud Boys? Was it Jordan Peterson? Was it the KKK?

No, it was BLM and Antifa.

16 states. National Guard. Look it up.

You actually expect Tyson to respond with facts, he posts anything and everything that criticise the right whether it's true or not and waits for the next load of bull to upload to this thread. Don't expect intelligent factual conversation with him. He just chit posts.
 
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It's an idea.
Biden that you?

Blm/antifa are not ideas. Ideas don't attack, kill, loot, burn down and destroy. Ideas don't hold planned, organized gatherings and riots to cause violence and destruction.
 

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Biden that you?

Blm/antifa are not ideas. Ideas don't attack, kill, loot, burn down and destroy. Ideas don't hold planned, organized gatherings and riots to cause violence and destruction.
Ideas pretty much do, need a history lesson? Hint, France 1792
 

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That doesn't matter. BLM is still the cause of a lot of violence and destruction, even if it has no single identifiable leader. It is still a left wing cause of destruction.

Again, BLM is the reason why National Guard was called in, not the KKK or the Proud Boys.
So you're denying there is police brutality and racial profiling? Good to know.
 

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Ironically Antifa is now fascist, using violence to intimidate their opponents.
That's not how it works. Fascist ideologies are still strong.
These antifas are kind of weak, back in the day Fascists just received a few holes back of their heads.
 

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Ideas pretty much do, need a history lesson? Hint, France 1792
Lmao ideas can't do anything. The stuff happening in the US for example are very much planned and organized. They make millions of dollars. Enough to bail out all their comrades who are arrested.

Blm is an organization. They too make millions. They have leaders. They are not an idea.

Antifa is not an idea.
 

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Ricky Schroder defends helping bail out Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse​

Schroder, an avid supporter of gun ownership and 30-year NRA member, said during an exclusive telephone interview with The Post that he’s putting up “hundreds of thousands” of dollars for the bond and the 17-year-old’s legal defense as he awaits trial on murder charges in the deaths of two protesters and the wounding of a third on Aug. 25.


The teen has become the darling of conservative and pro-gun groups.​



 
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Lmao ideas can't do anything. The stuff happening in the US for example are very much planned and organized. They make millions of dollars. Enough to bail out all their comrades who are arrested.

Blm is an organization. They too make millions. They have leaders. They are not an idea.

Antifa is not an idea.
I know it's difficult to admit to being wrong, but facts are facts. The FBI investigation by trump appointees is a recognised fact. Rest is just noise from upset snowflakes with very little substance or evidence.
 

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I know it's difficult to admit to being wrong, but facts are facts. The FBI investigation by trump appointees is a recognised fact. Rest is just noise from upset snowflakes with very little substance or evidence.
Yes you continue to believe that ideas destroy businesses, attack police, attack innocent people and even kill. You continue to believe that the violence still going on now in some cities like Portland are because of ideas. Ideas that can design colourful flyers to call their fellow savages to join them in the violence. Ideas that make millions of dollars, enough to bail out those that are arrested.

Continue to believe they don't exist.

Who the hell do you think is responsible for all the riots and destruction? Who said they were going to kill Trump supporters and then Trump supporters got killed. Ideas? Why is it only happening in certain cities like Portland? Why not all over the US in every city if it was just an "idea"?

Stop being delusional.
 

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Yes you continue to believe that ideas destroy businesses, attack police, attack innocent people and even kill. You continue to believe that the violence still going on now in some cities like Portland are because of ideas. Ideas that can design colourful flyers to call their fellow savages to join them in the violence. Ideas that make millions of dollars, enough to bail out those that are arrested.

Continue to believe they don't exist.

Who the hell do you think is responsible for all the riots and destruction? Who said they were going to kill Trump supporters and then Trump supporters got killed. Ideas? Why is it only happening in certain cities like Portland? Why not all over the US in every city if it was just an "idea"?

Stop being delusional.

You know you're dealing with absolutes right?
Every movement has outlier extremists who don't represent the whole movement.

Why does it have to happen in every city? The protests occured in many cities but the difference is the response by the authorities and leadership.
Every US city is unique in many aspects.

You're just hand picking incidents to push a false narrative the fairy tale pushers love to talk about to paint the whole movement with a same brush.
 

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Here’s how anti-KKK laws could be an effective way to go after Trump​


The Donald, the election and the Fifteenth Amendment.



Donald Trump has the right to contest election law violations in court. He is likewise free to peddle whatever conspiracy theories he likes outside of court.


But Trump and his team may be exposing themselves to liability for a different kind of conspiracy: one to suppress the counting of Black votes in violation of the Fifteenth Amendment.


After the Civil War, Southern whites launched a campaign of terror to deny newly freed slaves the right to vote. In response, the Fifteenth Amendment barred discrimination against voting rights on the basis of race. To enforce this, Congress passed the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871, which, in Section 1985(3), creates a private right to sue those who, motivated by race,


conspire . . . for the purpose of preventing or hindering the constituted authorities of any State . . . from giving . . . to all persons within such State . . . the equal protection of the laws; or . . . to prevent by force, intimidation, or threat, any citizen who is lawfully entitled to vote, from giving his support or advocacy . . . in favor of the election of any lawfully qualified person as an elector for President.

Trump’s post-election barrage of specious lawsuits (32 losses in 34 cases, so far) is not enough on its own to support a Section 1985(3) claim. But in addition to these lawsuits, the Trump campaign has “[hindered] the constituted authorities” of the states in order to disqualify presidential votes in disproportionately Black jurisdictions such as Philadelphia (42.3 percent Black), Detroit (78.6 percent), Atlanta (51.8 percent), and Milwaukee (38.8 percent). Black voters in these jurisdictions can bring lawsuits.
 

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You know you're dealing with absolutes right?
Every movement has outlier extremists who don't represent the whole movement.

Why does it have to happen in every city? The protests occured in many cities but the difference is the response by the authorities and leadership.
Every US city is unique in many aspects.

You're just hand picking incidents to push a false narrative the fairy tale pushers love to talk about to paint the whole movement with a same brush.
You do you bud. You believe in your fairy tales that the daily violence that's been happening almost all year long was caused by a fairy tale idea.

I will continue to paint the racist criminal blm and violent savage antifa with the same brushes thanks. :thumbsup:
 

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‘Daily Show’ Looks Back At Trump’s ‘Cozy Relationship’ With White Supremacists​

“Of all Donald Trump’s scandals, supporting white supremacists should have been the easiest to avoid.”


President Donald Trump’s refusal to condemn white supremacists before and throughout his presidency is examined in a “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” segment from Friday.

The video, which garnered more than 600,000 views in its first 24 hours online, looks back at Trump’s “cozy relationship with supremacists,” according to its YouTube description.

Roy Wood Jr., a correspondent for the Comedy Central program, notes in the bit that Trump is “famous for being quick with an insult” with his attacks on reporters, senators and even his own supporters to their faces.


But “he’s been strangely reluctant to call out” white supremacists, says Wood Jr., recalling Trump’s failure to immediately denounce the endorsement of former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke; his claim about “very fine people on both sides” at the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017; and his call for the neo-fascist Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by” during a 2020 presidential debate.

“Of all Donald Trump’s scandals, supporting white supremacists should have been the easiest to avoid,” says Wood Jr.

Check out the video here:
 
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