Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, a leading co-conspirator in the Russian collusion hoax, said that the federal government should surveil mainstream conservatives, whom he likened to Islamic terrorists, and subject them to “counterterrorism” measures.
On Jan.6, McCabe delivered a speech at the University of Chicago that outlined the regime’s strategy for targeting middle class dissidents, The Federalist reported.
“I’m fairly confident the FBI [and other federal intelligence agencies] have reallocated resources and repositioned some of their counterterrorism focus to increase their focus on right-wing extremism and domestic violent extremists,” McCabe said. “And I think that’s obviously a good idea.”
Now that the anti-Islamic War on Terror has faded from the public eye, America’s intelligence agencies have shifted their operations to the homeland—and the Jan. 6, 2021, false flag at the Capitol provided the perfect cover to launch the new anti-conservative War on Terror.
McCabe outlined four points that have defined the Biden regime’s Domestic War on Terror for the past year: domestic surveillance of political opponents, false flag operations that paint mainstream conservatives as terrorists, the treatment of political disagreement as “political violence,” and a two-tiered justice system.
The Capitol insurrection hoax gave federal law enforcement agencies the right-of-way to launch investigations into everyday conservatives.
“It’s entirely possible that when the intelligence community and the law enforcement community looks out across this mainstream, they didn’t assume that that group of people—business owners, white people from the suburbs, educated, employed—presented a threat of violence, and now we know very clearly that they do,” McCabe said.
He argued that if these agencies do not target these potential terrorists, who protest anti-white indoctrination at school board meetings or decry tyrannical emergency health orders, then attacks like Jan. 6 will continue.
“Are you going to catch this threat if your focus is only on the traditional, right-wing extremist, those groups that we know about, the quote-unquote, fringes of the right-wing movement?” he asked. “And I think the answer to that is no.”
“Political violence [is] not just confined to the Capitol,” McCabe continued. “It’s going on in school boards around the country. It’s going on in local elections. It’s happening, you know, even to health-care workers.”
Ignoring the corporate media’s recent, unanimous pronouncement that mass formation psychosis does not exist, McCabe warned that conservatives are suffering from “mass radicalization,” just like “international terrorists and Islamic extremist and extremists of all stripes.”
McCabe repeated the Left’s no-one-is-above-the-law mantra, which means that the federal government will persecute dissidents for the least criminal behavior and reward the elites for the most egregious criminal acts.
“… From the lowliest trespasser on January 6, up to the highest-ranking government officials who may have been aware of a plan that would ultimately lead to violence in the Capitol––those people should be held accountable, period,” he said.
“And if we can’t do that, that is just another sign that we are becoming a non-functioning democracy,” he continued. “Whether you are a Trump supporter or a Biden supporter, right, left, or otherwise, we should all be able to agree on the principle that no one is above the law,” he said.
McCabe himself has thus far skirted any consequences for his involvment in the Russia hoax, despite a stern rebuke from the Justice Department’s inspector general for his failure to recuse himself in the politically-charged Russia hoax.
He was fired by the Trump administration after it was revealed that he lied to Congress about leaking potentially classified information to the media. However, the Biden adminsitration reinstated his pension with back pay.