WASHINGTON, DC – According to a February 7th bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security outlining a “Summary of Terrorism Threat to the U.S. Homeland”, apparently those who have questioned the likes of the 2020 election or the narrative surrounding COVID are among the “key factors contributing to the current heightened threat environment.”
Apparently, the U.S. government has decided to label those deviating from the approved narratives surrounding COVID and the 2020 election as being part of a nefarious group of “foreign and domestic threat actors” who are taking to the internet to spread “misleading narratives and conspiracy theories, and other forms of mis- dis- and mal-information (MDM).”
Per DHS’ bulletin, the labeled “threat actors” are allegedly looking “to exacerbate societal friction to sow discord and undermine public trust in government institutions to encourage unrest, which could potentially inspire acts of violence.”
The crux of the bulletin focused on maligning those simply questioning the likes of election integrity or the efficacy of currently available COVID jabs.
“The proliferation of false or misleading narratives, which sow discord or undermine public trust in U.S. government institutions:
- For example, there is widespread online proliferation of false or misleading narratives regarding unsubstantiated widespread election fraud and COVID-19.
- Grievances associated with these themes inspired violent extremist attacks during 2021.
Malign foreign powers have and continue to amplify these false or misleading narratives in efforts to damage the United States.”
It’s of little surprise that DHS noted in their bulletin that they’re “working with public and private sector partners” to investigate this sort of mis- dis- and mal-information, claiming this is all an effort to ensure the safety of American citizens.
“DHS is working with public and private sector partners, as well as foreign counterparts, to identify and evaluate MDM, including false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories spread on social media and other online platforms that endorse or could inspire violence.”
Mike Lindell recently appeared on Steve Bannon’s podcast to discuss the contents of this bulletin, calling the entire thing “disgusting” when Bannon mentioned that when reading between the lines of the bulletin, it sounded an awful lot it described individuals like Lindell.
“I say now after reading this this morning, anyone out there that is doing anything good…or speaking out, you better just leave your door open in the morning at around 9 o’clock and have a bunch – 20 breakfasts ready for the government to bash in your door.”
Dr. Naomi Wolf also appeared on Bannon’s podcast, where Bannon asked Dr. Wolf if she was “a domestic terrorist” in response to the bulletin released by DHS. Smiling while responding, Dr. Wolf said based upon how DHS framed the bulletin, she technically fits the mold.
“I mean, apparently as of last night I am, or I could be. And it’s so clear that this tactic – which is shameful – is an effort to intimidate critics of this debacle of the last two years now that it’s unravelling.
And I think it’s really notable, the timing that this has been rolled out right when a judge has ruled that Pfizer cannot take 75 years to release their internal documents showing 1,200 deaths in the first 90 days after the vaccines were rolled out.”
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