Last Friday, the Department of Homeland Security issued a national terrorism advisory bulletin. It implies that if Americans question and challenge the COVID shot mandates, they are considered potential domestic violent extremists. Additionally, those making claims of election fraud are also suspected of being domestic terrorists.
What’s so unusual about this is that while the government is so concerned with labeling those concerned about our election process and those who don’t want a COVID shot as potential extremists, there seems to be much less concern regarding those crossing our borders illegally, about those adhering to Sharia law who enter America, or those targeting law enforcement agencies.
Returning to Crosstalk to discuss this issue was Mat Staver. Mat is the founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel.
Mat laid out his views concerning the bulletin from the DHS, the National Terrorism Advisory System, that was issued on August 13. Jim noted it mentions the 20th anniversary of 9/11 but it’s not against Islamic terrorism, just barely mentions Al Qaeda and no mention of Hamas or the Taliban. However, don’t question the election, mandated vaccines or what the CDC is saying.
Mat went on to describe how the bulletin warns about threats “…posed by domestic terrorists, individuals and groups engaged in grievance-based violence. Such threats are also exacerbated by impacts of the ongoing global pandemic, including grievances over public health safety measures and perceived government restrictions.”
This program highlighted the contrast between the pro-vax push and the historic Nuremberg Code, how the pro-vax push is affecting people in various industries, the Bill Gates factor, opinions from callers and much more.