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The Biden Administration’s Department of Homeland Security released a memo claiming that there is a “heightened threat environment” in America due to allegedly “emboldened” right-wing extremists, as reported by USA Today.

The memo was issued by acting DHS Secretary David Pekoske, who claimed that “individuals frustrated with the current exercise of government authority and the presidential transition could continue to mobilize a broad range of ideologically motivated actors to incite or commit violence.” The bulletin bizarrely cites the 2019 El Paso shooting, which took place almost two years ago, and also claims that “misinformation and conspiracy theories about COVID-19” are also to blame.

The announcement is the latest evidence of the Biden Administration’s narrative that “far-right terrorism” is a rising threat in America today, even though studies overwhelmingly show that this is not the case. Read more…