Mis-, dis-, and mal-information is the new domestic terrorism

Biden appointee Alejandro Mayokas, Secretary Homeland Security

Department of Homeland Security now considers you a terror threat if you make “misleading” comments about COVID-19. Think about that. The memo below declares it “undermines public trust in U.S. government institutions.” Does that mean criticizing your government makes you a violent threat? Be alarmed. Link to the bulletin: https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/ntas/alerts/22_0207_ntas-bulletin.pdf

Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. During his 25 years with the CIA, he took on many assignments in hotspot countries and regions in armed conflict. He brings vast knowledge and experience of geo-politics and the intricate web of cultures and histories. During his tenure, he served overseas in direct support of the War Against Terrorism and remains a certified senior expert in counterintelligence, surveillance and surveillance detection.

Brad is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

3 thoughts on “Mis-, dis-, and mal-information is the new domestic terrorism

  1. I read that document as well and reads similar to previous bulletins conjured up by ghost writers forgetting the border or those rioters that burned federal buildings a few years back. Oh wait, those are the same people saying everything’s fine and proclaim 1/6 is worse than multiple world disasters combined. It’s ironic because the document is making claims to earn back public trust while labeling critical thinkers as *domestic terrorists.* Alphabet soup agencies have really gone down in standards over the years.

  2. But this isn’t anything new since previous DHS *threat* assessments were claiming things like CVE or *Countering Violent Extremism* documents get produced—load of bs. Same with the whole “wide spread white supremacy” dogma pushing politicized lines.

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