DHS Fear Mongering Again – Warns of “Increasing Threat of Violence”…Just Like Independence Day
Here we go ahead. As if it wasn’t bad enough the first time to make empty threats and introduce more fear-mongering into society, our own government is doing it once again.
They’ve fed everyone lies about what happened on January 6th of this year, then they said that Trump-supporting patriots were going to do some sort of attack on July 4th, but they didn’t know what.
Of course, nothing happened anywhere because that’s not what conservatives are about. We just want to be left alone and don’t want people lying to us when we do have to hear from them.
Now they’re saying once again that there is an “increasing threat of violence” from Trump-supporters.
The DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis said, “Some conspiracy theories associated with reinstating former President Trump have included calls for violence if desired outcomes are not realized.”
According to ABC News,
“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.