The Ominous Reason Why Biden Keeps Repeating His False Claim About a White Supremacist Threat


This regime aims to criminalize political dissent, and that will require demonizing and stigmatizing fully half of the electorate. It is increasingly clear that when Biden claims that white supremacists are the biggest terror threat the nation faces, he means ordinary Americans who have never broken any law but who oppose his agenda. If everyone who opposes him is a white supremacist terrorist, then the nation has over a hundred million of them. Arrests and prosecutions on false pretenses will follow. That’s the threat that was contained in his words at Howard.

And ever so conveniently for Old Joe, no sooner had he uttered this false claim again at Howard on Saturday than a couple of hundred actual white supremacist terrorists miraculously materialized in Washington. All were young, physically fit men; not a single fat Nazi in the bunch. All wore the same blue shirt and khaki pants uniform, all with their faces covered, and once again, the feds showed no curiosity about who they are and made no attempt to determine where they came from or where they went.

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OffG’s Quick Take: “Patriot Front”

Yesterday, the group calling themselves “Patriot Front” marched on Washington DC. They wore perfectly coordinated uniforms, carried shields and batons, and were masked up to make Tony Fauci proud.

Perhaps you saw the “chilling footage”.

Nobody is quite sure why they were there, or what they wanted. Then they packed their gear into a U-haul, got on the subway and left.

A lot of this went “viral”, including the “heroes” standing up to them, and the “leaked footage” of them praising Hitler. While the handful of “Patriots” who got arrested were allowed to keep their masks on by the considerate DC police.


It’s an interesting bit of timing, since just the day before Joe Biden had called white supremacy “the most dangerous threat to our homeland” in a speech at Howard University. A sentiment echoed by Alejandro Mayorkas, the secretary of Homeland Security on TV the next day, adding a specific warning against “anti-government sentiment” and “false narratives”.

Do some white supremacist, domestic terrorist stuff!



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