Welcome To Biden's Nazi America: Joe's New Plan Will Make You Sick
Dems have the majority in both Houses and Biden is in the White House. But that's not enough for them. Dems/Libs hate that there are people out there that disagree with their progressive views. So they try to cancel them when they don't agree with their opinions or discriminate against them like Facebook has many conservatives. Biden is now upping the ante with his new plan to fight domestic terrorism. He wants Americans to turn on their "radical" neighbors.
To combat domestic terrorism the Biden Administration came up with a Four Pillar System.
"The first pillar seeks to understand and analyze and share domestic-terrorism-related information. It builds directly off of the ODNI threat assessment that I described. Our goal is to enhance domestic terrorism analysis and improve information sharing throughout law enforcement at the federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial levels, and where appropriate with private sector partners.
The Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have implemented a new system to methodically track domestic terrorism cases nationwide. The Department of State, as well as the intelligence and law enforcement communities, will continue to learn more from foreign partners about the international dimensions of this threat.
Pillar two involves the prevention of domestic terrorism recruitment and mobilization to violence. Drawing on the expertise of a variety of federal departments and agencies, we will work with communities to help them become more resilient to prevent individuals from ever reaching the point of committing terrorist violence. To do this, we’ll be strengthening domestic terrorism prevention resources and services.
For the first time, the Department of Homeland Security has designated domestic violent extremism as a national priority area within the Department of Homeland Security grant program. And that means that more than $77 million will be allocated to state and local and other partners to prevent, protect against, and respond to domestic violent extremism.
In addition, the Department of Defense is incorporating training for service members separating or retiring from the military, who may potentially be targeted by those who seek to radicalize them.
We will work to improve public awareness of federal resources to address concerning or threatening behavior before violence occurs. And on that, I would just note that one of the things we’re talking about is the need to do something in this space, like the “See something” — “If you see something, say something” concept that has been promulgated previously by DHS. This involves creating contexts in which those who are family members or friends or co-workers know that there are pathways and avenues to raise concerns and seek help for those who they have perceived to be radicalizing and potentially radicalizing towards violence.
We will also be (inaudible) efforts to address online terrorist recruitment and mobilization to violence through increased information sharing with the technology sector and through the creation of innovative approaches to fostering digital literacy and building resilience to terrorist recruitment and mobilization.
One of the principal tools now at our disposal is our decision to join the Christchurch Call to Action to Eliminate Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content Online. This is an international partnership between governments and technology companies that works to develop new solutions to eliminating terrorist content online while safeguarding the freedom of online expression. The previous administration had decided against participation in this important endeavor, and we determined that it was in our interest to join it and to work collaboratively with countries that share our values and the private sector in countering these pernicious developments in which online platforms are used to promote radicalization and violence.
Pillar three involves the disruption and deterrence of domestic terrorist activity. The work of federal law enforcement, as well as our state, local, tribal, and territorial law enforcement partners, is critical to countering domestic terrorism. The U.S. government will increase support to these law enforcement partners in addressing domestic terrorism nationwide.
U.S. attorney’s offices and FBI field offices across the country have formally made domestic terrorism a top priority and are tracking comprehensively domestic-terrorism-related cases, reallocating or requesting appropriate funding and resources as needed to target the threat. That includes over $100 million in additional resources for the Department of Justice, the FBI, and the Department of Homeland Security that are included in the President’s fiscal year 2022 budget to ensure that we have the analysts, investigators, prosecutors, and other personnel, and resources that we need to thwart domestic terrorism and bring domestic terrorists to justice when the law has been broken. State, local, tribal, and territorial law enforcement will have access to increased intelligence sharing and training on domestic terrorism and associated threats as well.
Within the federal government, we have a special responsibility to ensure that we address the possibility of insider threats, especially among those who have the opportunity to be working in law enforcement or in the military. The Office of Personnel Management will consider updates to the forms used to apply for sensitive roles in the federal government that could assist investigators in identifying potential domestic terrorism threats.
The Department of Defense, Department of Justice, and Homeland Security Department are similarly pursuing efforts to ensure that domestic terrorists are not employed within our military or law enforcement ranks and that they improve their screening and vetting processes.
Training and resources will be developed for state, local, tribal, and territorial law enforcement partners, as well as for sensitive private sector partners, to enable them to enhance their own employee screening program and to prevent individuals, who pose domestic terrorism threats, from being placed in positions of trust.
The fourth pillar of this strategy involves confronting long-term contributors to domestic terrorism. It’s important to recognize that there are broader efforts that must be pursued in tandem to the work that we will do specifically to counter the domestic terrorism challenge. This work has to happen in parallel to the strategy to address some of the long-term drivers and enablers of domestic terrorism, including economic inequality, those who feel left behind by the 21st-century economy, structural racism, and the proliferation of guns.
That is work that will be data across our administration over the years of our time in service and will be an essential contributor to the outcomes that we seek on this front."
Now for actual domestic terrorists, this would be fine. But seeing as how liberals think that conservatives are radicals on the brink of violence, this would lead to a list of Trump supporters under investigation for simply wanting to make America Great Again.