DHS Docs Profile Military, Religious, and Trump Supporters as Likely Violent Terrorist Threats

Craig Bannister | June 21, 2024
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Documents from a Biden Administration “Homeland Intelligence Experts” group profiles members of the military, religious Americans and supporters of former President as likely violent domestic terror threats.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) documents were obtained by American First Legal (AFL) through its lawsuit that caused the intelligence group to be disbanded.

According to an AFL report released Friday, the documents show “how the Biden Administration classifies someone as a person likely to commit ‘domestic violent extremist’ attacks, particularly those who support President Trump, are ‘in the military,’ or are ‘religious.’”

“[W]e should be more worried about these,” the group says, going on the discuss how “most of the Domestic Terrorism threat now comes from supporters of the former president” (Trump supporters).

Being a person of faith, a Trump supporter or a member of the military are “indicators of extremists and terrorism,” the DHS intelligence group claims, without citing and documentation of its claim.

However, “Military personnel are less likely to be supporters of radical political causes than other Americans,” The Daily Caller reports, citing a 2023 RAND Corporation study.

“The Biden Administration sees America-first patriots like us as domestic TERRORISTS. Let that sink in,” Rep. Bob Good (R-Va.) wrote on social media, responding to AFL’s findings.

The DHS documents were obtained through litigation by AFL and Ambassador Ric Grenell against Pres. Biden’s DHS.