In his article Max states, “Having spent some time in the intelligence community, I was puzzled as to how agencies with the mission of foreign intelligence collection—and which are statutorily and explicitly restricted from conducting domestic intelligence operations—are now writing Intelligence Community Assessments on U.S. citizens residing on U.S. soil.”
But based on the definitions in the report Max concluded that he himself along with most of his friends and even most of the people in his town would now fall under the category of “anti-government domestic extremist” and that the government considers that, “America’s greatest threat comes from domestic extremists.”
He goes on to say, “I spent the large part of my career in military special operations units and intelligence agencies tracking down foreign terrorists and threats to America. I came away from that experience with the knowledge that when the United States of America declares you to be the most dangerous threat it faces, your life is about to drastically change for the worse. The Biden regime has just explicitly told conservative and independent Americans that they are that threat.”
Well, I guess since I mostly agree with what Max Morton writes, I must be a anti-government domestic extremist too. Well, it’s good to know where you stand.
He finishes off by saying, “The Biden regime has just explicitly told conservative and independent Americans that they are that threat.
Now that the regime has made that clear, citizens should mobilize their elected representatives at both the state and federal levels to push back against this domestic terrorism strategy. At the state level, elected officials should use their considerable constitutional authority to resist the administration’s plans.
The alarming presumptions about criminal thoughts and motivations are likely unconstitutional, and should undergo rigorous scrutiny by the relevant oversight bodies. And Congress, instead of enacting new laws to authorize this dystopian overreach, should explicitly forbid it, for this administration and every one after.
If not, then we should all prepare ourselves for what comes next.”
Pretty grim stuff. I thought it was an interesting read.