Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Biden Pressures FBI to Find Crimes That Support Fake ‘Ultra-MAGA’ Narrative

“We have more people assigned to investigate white supremacists than we can actually find...”

The FBI has recently come under fire for blatantly targeting conservatives and interfering with elections on behalf of Democrats.

Now, former and current agents have revealed the reason for its targeted political attacks: they have been pressured by the Biden administration, reported The Daily Wire.

The FBI leadership’s “demand for [w]hite supremacy … vastly outstrips the supply of [w]hite supremacy,” one agent told the Washington Times. “We have more people assigned to investigate [w]hite supremacists than we can actually find.”

The Biden administration has told the FBI to specifically target crimes that fit the left’s flawed narrative of race-baiting attacks against the right. Those agents also admitted that such reports are “overblown” and go as far as to blatantly mislabel people as “White supremacists” just to satisfy internal goals.

Agents also revealed that the FBI has directed its focus to domestic extremism more than other cases, “especially those with racial components.” The push has become so powerful that even legal activities are garnering increased agency scrutiny.

The FBI has tried to deny those allegations. “The FBI aggressively investigates threats posed by domestic violent extremists,” an FBI spokesperson told the Times. “We do not investigate ideology, and we do not investigate particular cases based on the political views of the individuals involved. The FBI will continue to pursue threats or acts of violence, regardless of the underlying motivation or sociopolitical goal.”

And it’s not just the FBI that has been pressured by Biden to unjustly target conservatives. Facebook executive Chris Cox recently admitted to Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., that they have colluded with the Biden administration to target and censor conservatives.

“Do you think it’s appropriate to work with the United States government to target private individuals’ speech that is constitutionally protected?” asked Hawley.

Cox initially tried to dodge the question by claiming he was “not aware of that.”

Hawley responded by reminding him of an email sent by a Facebook employee that mentions “knowing what the White House expects of us.”

He then quoted a later email response from another employee sent to the HHS, thanking them “for taking the time to meet earlier today…and wanted to make sure you saw the steps we just took this past week to adjust policies on what we are removing with respect to misinformation.”

After referencing several similar emails, Cox responded with, “I do believe it’s appropriate for companies like ours to be in consultation with public health organizations and with government.”

“My view is, the United State government is bound by the First Amendment. They cannot encourage or coerce, incite, or collude with a private party to get around the First Amendment…you’ve just said to me today that’s basically what they did,” responded Hawley.

Biden drew significant backlash after claiming that conservatives are “domestic terrorists” during his now infamous September 1st speech.

‘Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic,’ he said as ominous red lights glowed behind him. Both the look and content of his speech drew accurate comparisons to Hitler.


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