DHS Warns of ‘Increasing’ Threat From ‘Trump Conspiracy’ – Admits No Evidence of Specific Plot
The Department of Homeland Security has once again released a bulletin warning of an ‘increasing but modest’ threat of violence related to an online ‘conspiracy theory that Trump will be reinstated.
The DHS also conceded there is no specific evidence of a credible plot.
“Some conspiracy theories associated with reinstating former President Trump have included calls for violence if desired outcomes are not realized,” according to a DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis bulletin obtained by ABC News.
ABC News reported:
Over the last few days what has occurred is there’s been much more public visibility, meaning the discussions and these theories have migrated away from being contained within the conspiracy and extremist online communities, to where they’re being the topic of discussion on web forums, or more public web forums, and even within the sort of media ecosystem,” a senior DHS official explained.
DHS says in the bulletin they do not have specific evidence there is a plot imminent.
“As public visibility of the narratives increases, we are concerned about more calls to violence. Reporting indicates that the timing for these activities may occur during August 2021, although we lack information on specific plots or planned actions,” the bulletin sent to state and local partners reads.
The department “does not have the luxury of waiting till we uncover information with the level of specificity, regarding a potential location and the time of an attack” to act on potential threats due to the threat environment, the senior DHS official explained.
“Past circumstances have illustrated that calls for violence could expand rapidly in the public domain and may be occurring outside of publicly available channels. As such, lone offenders and small groups of individuals could mobilize to violence with little-to-no warning,” the bulletin says.
It turns out that as the Democrats did with the Trump Collusion story, the evidence does not matter, if there is none, then just make it up.
The next step will be to create some evidence, then use this to move against Trump supporters, claim we are somehow a threat to the U.S.
In the end, this is not about us, it is about Trump. The greatest fear the Democrats face with Biden’s polling ratings falling is facing a Trump with loss of their control in one or both houses.
President Biden “didn’t win a popular vote landslide as the Democrats still claim. According to Federal Election Commission (FEC) totals, he won 81,268,924 of 158,383,403 ballots cast. In other words, 77,114,479 people voted for Trump or one of the third-party candidates. That nearly 49% of the voters cast ballots against Biden, despite the unprecedented support he received from the media and Big Tech, cannot fail to worry rational Democrats,” he noted.
“When the Democrats regained control of the House in 2018, they should have consolidated their position by working with then-President Trump and the GOP Senate to accomplish something positive for the American people. Instead, they decided that their raison d’etre was the destruction of the Bad Orange Man. Now that they are barely clinging to thin majorities in Congress and encumbered by a deeply dysfunctional White House, Trump is coming after them,” Mr. Catron concludes.
“One of the residual effects of last year’s chaotic election is the palpable fear of former President Trump that still haunts the Democrats. Their congressional antics, from the absurd post-election impeachment to the parodic House investigation into the Jan. 6 ‘insurrection,’ confirm that they are still very much afraid of the man they ostensibly defeated last November,” writes David Catron, a columnist for The American Spectator.
“This has nothing to do with any threat that Trump or his supporters pose to the republic, as media alarmists insist. The actual source of Democratic trepidation can be found in their lackluster performance in the 2020 presidential and congressional elections combined with Trump’s clear intention to become very much involved in boosting Republicans in next year’s midterms,” he continues.
Desperation creates problems, this will drive the Democrats to move in what they see as their right, the same thing they did with the last election. They feel the end results justify any means.
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