Leaked DHS Bulletin Warns of Threats From 'Domestic Violent Extremists' After Mar-a-Lago Raid

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In the aftermath of the raid on Mar-a-Lago, the Department of Homeland Security issued a Joint Intelligence Bulletin warning of increased “threats and acts of violence, including armed encounters, against law enforcement, judiciary, and government personnel, in reaction to the FBI’s recent execution of a court-authorized search warrant in Palm Beach, Florida.”

Whatever could they be referencing?

The Bulletin, dated August 12, was leaked by a DHS whistleblower to Project Veritas, which published it in its entirety.

DHS Joint Intelligence Bulletin by Jennifer Van Laar on Scribd

In a stunning display of bureaucratic efficiency, the Bulletin covers the August 8 incident in which an armed man attempted to enter the FBI’s Cincinnati office. The man fired a nail gun at personnel inside the building before taking off, and was later killed after an hours-long standoff.

The first thing mentioned, though, in the bulletin, under the headline “Increase in observed violence and calls for attacks against federal law enforcement,” etc., etc., are references to alleged calls for a “civil war,” “armed rebellion,” and “a threat to place a so-called dirty bomb in front of FBI headquarters,” none of which are things seriously being said by people on the conservative side of the aisle. As Bonchie warned, the Comeys and Wrays and Garlands of the world are watching our reaction to their despicable actions at Mar-a-Lago to see how many people they can trap and then put under surveillance.

In addition to listing potential warning signs for Domestic Violent Extremists [DVEs], the DHS predicts that violent threats may continue to escalate this year.

“The threats we have observed, to date, underscore that DVEs [Domestic Violent Extremists] may view the 2022 midterm election as an additional flashpoint around which to escalate threats against perceived ideological opponents, including federal law enforcement personnel,” the document reads.

The document also appears to state that DVE ideology tends to be aligned with the ideas that “government overreach” and “election fraud” are a threat to the country.

“In recent years, DVEs adhering to different violent extremist ideologies have coalesced around perceptions of government overreach and election fraud to threaten and conduct violence. As a result of recent activities, we assess that potential targets of DVE violence moving forward could include law enforcement, judicial officials, individuals implicated in conspiracy theories, and perceived ideological opponents who challenge their worldview.”

Ahhh, so the “election fraud” phrasing is making an appearance, no doubt as a way to keep planting the seed in the minds of federal law enforcement and the public that to be on the lookout for election fraud — something we should all be against from either side — is to be plotting a violent, extremist act.

Of course, TPTB don’t want this information falling into the wrong hands:

“Information contained in this intelligence bulletin is for official use only. No portion of this bulletin should be released to the media, the general public, or over nonsecure Internet servers. Release of this material could adversely affect or jeopardize investigative activities.”

Investigative activities similar to the investigation into the purported kidnapping attempt against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer? Nah, the FBI is doing just fine jeopardizing that all by themselves.

For what it’s worth, I don’t recall hearing of a similar memo being issued when Supreme Court justices were being doxxed and when there were loud, repeated calls by progressives for their followers to retaliate for the anticipated reversal of Roe v. Wade.

 

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