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Trump isn't the only one. Conservatives, Christians and "white supremacists" are the biggest threats, according to the Biden administration

DHS has increased the demonization of groups that oppose woke culture and the leftist agenda with reports, surveillance and arrests.

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White supremacists, conservatives and Christians are the main threats to Americans, according to the latest actions of the Department of Homeland Security. Following the discovery of the use of public funds to surveil the GOP and conservative media, as well as the FBI's arrests of Christian and pro-life leaders at their homes, a bulletin has warned of the risk of terrorist attacks by "white supremacists" and "people motivated by their ideological beliefs" as the 2024 election approaches and courts rule on upcoming abortion or transgender treatment cases.

The Biden administration's obsession with demonizing those who oppose woke culture and leftist ideology has been a constant since it came to power, but has become even more acute in recent months. The latest, the publication of a bulletin on the eve of Memorial Day, declared a "high" threat level in the country and stated that "lone offenders and small groups motivated by a range of ideological beliefs and personal grievances continue to pose a persistent and lethal threat to the Homeland."

Crimes attributed to white supremacy and violent extremists

According to DHS, in the coming months, the danger of an attack will increase for religious institutions, critical infrastructure, members of the LGBT community, military and law enforcement officers. The report points directly to white supremacy as the origin of the burning of a church that was to host a drag show, as well as several attacks on electrical installations. In addition, they note that the shooter who killed eight people in Allen, Texas, before being shot "held views consistent with racially or ethnically motivated violent extremist (RMVE) and involuntary celibate violent extremist ideologies."

However, in referring to the Nashville, Tenn., elementary school shooting, DHS does not share investigators' suspicions for its link to trans extremist groups that sought a "Trans Day of Revenge." All that is stated in the report is that the shooter "studied other mass shootings."

DHS includes Antifa

Another group highlighted in the report is Antifa. The anarchist group has staged several riots in Georgia to stop the construction of a police training center, resulting in extensive property damage, multiple officers injured, including at least one by gunfire, and one killed when officers responded to an armed assault. On different occasions, after calling for a "night of rage," they have destroyed street furniture and cars, including a police car, and even stormed construction sites.

Public funds to monitor the GOP and conservative media

This bulletin comes shortly after a report showing that public funds were used to monitor the GOP and conservative media unveiled by the Media Research Center (MRC). According to the organization, DHS used money intended to combat terrorism for this purpose. Specifically, $352,109 was used by the University of Dayton to conduct a study on "Preventing Radicalization of Extremist Violence through Education, Networking and Training in Southwest Ohio (PREVENTS-OH)."

"Pyramid of far-right radicalization"

Within the report was "the pyramid of far-right radicalization," the base of which included the Republican National Committee, Fox News, Christian Broadcasting Network and The Heritage Foundation. In addition, it includes the seminar "Extremism, Rhetoric and Democratic Precarity." The event was attended by "The seminar featured analysis from several so-called extremism experts who recklessly tied conservatives, Christians and Republicans to genocide and terrorism," in the words of the MRC. The organization's report reflects that "Among the speakers were DHS Agent Joseph 'J.R.' Masztalics, a Regional Prevention Coordinator at CP3—who appeared in his official capacity at the event—and University of Cincinnati researcher Michael Loadenthal, a self-proclaimed member of a radical, anti-American Antifa group."

FBI harassment of pro-life leaders

This comes in addition to the harassment that pro-life leaders have been suffering from the FBI. Federal agents have shown up at several homes and even proceeded to arrest them in front of their families. Despite the fact that the judges are backing the detainees, the Bureau's visits have not stopped, even going so far as to go to the home of a minor student to warn her.