THE REAL DOMESTIC TERRORISTS[WEAKLINGS]
Exclusive: Patrice Lewis says there's a reason to think feds are corrupt and tyrannical
In short, anyone who disagrees with the government is now considered a potential domestic terrorist. But WHY do people believe the federal government is corrupt and tyrannical? Let’s examine some evidence.
Vice President Joe Biden calls for the creation of a new world order. In a 1990 speech, so did George H.W. Bush.
A training presentation in the U.S. military defines “evangelicals” as an extremist threat to America, ahead of groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, KKK, Nation of Islam, al-Qaida, Hamas and others.(Training presentation can be seen here.)
SWAT teams raid dairy farms for the horrible crime of selling fresh raw milk to willing customers.
The IRS is bypassing warrants and sifting through the email and other electronic communications of American citizens.
In early 2009, the Missouri Information Analysis Center called for careful observation of people sporting third-party candidate bumper stickers, since they could be identified as potential domestic terrorists.
The federal government is sending drones into our skies to spy on American citizens.
The government believes that confiscating our guns will make us safe against criminals who have guns.
Our children are being brainwashed with a federally driven progressive public school agenda of revisionist history, socialist propaganda, gender neutrality, anti-religious views, anti-family literature, the evils of the Second Amendment and the convenience of abortion.
The abortion industry (often government-funded) hides hundreds of thousand of cases a year of statutory rape against young girls.
One of the premier magazines in the nation publishes an article indicating that deeply held religious beliefs are a sign of mental illness.
Police are becoming increasingly militarized and performing unconstitutional raids on legitimate businesses and private individuals.
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry claims children do not belong to their parents, but to the “collective.” And the federal government acts under this premise while attempting to repeal the previously-granted asylum of a German homeschooling family.
The government forcibly passes Obamacare, despite the fact that 67 percent of people oppose the program’s individual mandate.
Executive Orders, which bypass Congress and circumvent the Constitution, are commonly used to implement unpopular or unconstitutional laws.
Mental-health issues are being nationalized, setting the stage for Soviet-era-style psychological warfare on American citizens.
The current administration is arming foreign terrorists.
The current administration wants to invite millions of illegal aliens to settle permanently, most of them on welfare.
Those who like being prepared for hard times or emergencies – in other words, those who prefer not to seek government help – are see as “extreme” and are painted as suspicious and potential terrorists.
I could bring up literally dozens – hundreds – more examples, but I’m limited to 1,000 words in this column, so I had to stop somewhere.