The following day, Homeland Security Secretary and failed Disinformation Governance Board overlord Alejandro Mayorkas agreed with Biden, again falsely claiming that “domestic violent extremism is our greatest threat right now.”
“It tragically is. And the terrorism context, domestic violent extremism is our greatest threat right now. Individuals are driven to violence because of ideologies of hate, anti-government sentiment, false narratives, personal grievances. Regrettably, we have seen a rise in white supremacy. The principle underlying our work is that when one community is targeted, Jonathan, when one community is targeted, we as a country are targeted," he lied.
At Howard, Biden said: “But on the best days, enough of us have the guts and the hearts to st — to stand up for the best in us. To choose love over hate, unity over disunion, progress over retreat. To stand up against the poison of white supremacy, as I did in my Inaugural Address — to single it out as the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland is white supremacy. And I’m not saying this because I’m at a black HBCU. I say it wherever I go.”
"Black HBCU" is repetitive; HBCU stands for "Historically Black College or University." And for the record, it was Donald Trump who, as president, signed bipartisan legislation that permanently provided historic funding for HCBUs. In fact, he restored the funding.
Nevertheless, the Divisive Party -- Democrats, the party that historically has been the most racist -- continues to repeat the lie that white Americans, and particularly white conservatives, are a threat to our democracy, which demonizes them and essentially gives leftists permission to be violent toward them, in order to 'protect' the country.
Why? What's the end game here?
Robert Spencer, the director of Jihad Watch and a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, has an answer.
"This regime aims to criminalize political dissent, and that will require demonizing and stigmatizing fully half of the electorate. It is increasingly clear that when Biden claims that white supremacists are the biggest terror threat the nation faces, he means ordinary Americans who have never broken any law but who oppose his agenda," he wrote at PJ Media this week.
"If everyone who opposes him is a white supremacist terrorist, then the nation has over a hundred million of them. Arrests and prosecutions on false pretenses will follow. That’s the threat that was contained in his words at Howard," Spencer continued.
He also posted an example of a psyop the regime is using in order to further convince more Americans of the lie:
And ever so conveniently for Old Joe, no sooner had he uttered this false claim again at Howard on Saturday than a couple of hundred actual white supremacist terrorists miraculously materialized in Washington. All were young, physically fit men; not a single fat Nazi in the bunch. All wore the same blue shirt and khaki pants uniform, all with their faces covered, and once again, the feds showed no curiosity about who they are and made no attempt to determine where they came from or where they went.
This clumsy false-flag operation was widely exposed and ridiculed on Twitter, but conservative writer Chris Brunet pointed out: “What’s sad about this clip is that everyone here on my side of Twitter instantly knows this is a glowie/fed operation… pure theatre. But it is actually a really effective psyop, they keep doing it, because it works. Ask any normal person on the street, ask your mom, ask your sister, and they will be terrified of this clip and fall for it hook-line-and-sinker.”