Last week, Joe Biden dismissed warnings from Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Chase CEO Jaime Dimon about the upcoming problems with the U.S. economy, CNN reports, pointing to the May jobs report saying the country is beginning to experience stable, steady growth. Everything is all hunkey-dorey and there’s nothing to worry about, right? Not really.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued an under-reported warning about mass casualty violence in the very near future. The Daily Mail reports D.H.S. says will be linked to the Supreme Court’s upcoming decision regarding the 1973 Roe vs Wade ruling and even direct violence toward illegal immigrants:
DHS also warned that ‘domestic violent extremists’ could use changes in the US-Mexico border enforcement system as a reason to carry out attacks against ‘minorities and law enforcement officials’ – just weeks after a judge blocked the Biden administration from lifting a pandemic-era expulsion policy known as Title 42.
The implication is to target neo-Nazis and Islamic terrorists (without mentioning either by name) in order to not offend anyone. For a moment it looked like D.H.S. was serious. However, with the midterms coming up and in the spirit of non-partisanship, the feds did not forget to include this segment of the terrorist population:
This warning definitely needs to be taken seriously. Especially since there is the likelihood of a high level state official being kidnapped by domestic violent extremists who want to subvert our democracy only to later be set up for entrapment so the events can be used to keep the status quo. D.H.S. further states quoting from the Daily Mail:
‘As the United States enters mid-term election season this year, we assess that calls for violence by domestic violent extremists directed at democratic institutions, political candidates, party offices, election events, and election workers will likely increase,’ the department states.
Environmentalists can also join in the mayhem too. In the meantime, Texas Senator Ted Cruz dropped what was tantamount to a nuclear bomb in the Senate a few days ago: