During his address to a Joint Session of Congress back in April, Joe Biden blamed the rise of terrorism in the United States on white Americans while ignoring the terrorist threat we face from black militia groups.
Specifically, Biden labeled “white supremacists” as the “most lethal terrorist threat” to the country after making a brief obligatory mention of Al-Qaeda and other jihadist groups.
“Make no mistake – the terrorist threat has evolved beyond Afghanistan since 2001 and we will remain vigilant against threats to the United States, wherever they come from. Al Qaeda and ISIS are in Yemen, Syria, Somalia, and other places in Africa and the Middle East and beyond.
“And, we won’t ignore what our own intelligence agencies have determined – the most lethal terrorist threat to the homeland today is from white supremacist terrorism. (emphasis mine)
Biden was referencing a March report provided by the intelligence community under his orders. The report determined that “white supremacists” and “militia groups” had become the greatest domestic terror threat:
“Today’s domestic terrorists espouse a range of violent ideological motivations, including racial or ethnic bigotry and hatred as well as anti-government or anti-authority sentiment.
“They also take on a variety of forms, from lone actors and small groups of informally aligned individuals, to networks exhorting and targeting violence toward specific communities, to violent self-proclaimed ‘militias’ who, despite legal prohibitions in all fifty states against certain private militia activity, assert a baseless right to take the law into their own hands.” (emphasis mine)
In other words, Biden lumped people who believe in small government and limiting its power with real racists and real terrorists:
Biden’s accusation should sound familiar because blaming white Americans for terrorism and ignoring radical Islam and black militia groups was the official policy of the man he used to work for — Barack Hussein Obama.
For example, Obama took extraordinary measures to separate radical Islam from terrorism, going so far as to comply with U.N. efforts to avoid associating the two. Shortly after becoming President, he removed “war on terror” as a matter of policy. He also ordered the FBI to remove politically incorrect words (such as Islamic terrorist) from training materials, had the words “Muslim” and “Islam” removed from the Pentagon’s Homeland Security Review, and revised the Military Handbook to censor anything negative towards Islam.
During the White House’s 2015 National Prayer Breakfast, Obama subtly blamed white Americans for terrorism by drawing a moral equivalence between ISIS and white Christians:
“Unless we get on our high horse and think that this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ.
“In our home country slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ.” (emphasis mine)
Like Obama, Biden blames white Americans for domestic terrorism while ignoring people of color, specifically the terrorism we are witnessing at the hands of black militia groups (via Daniel Horowitz):
While we are distracted with phantom threats (such as unarmed grandmothers entering the Capitol building while a police officer held the door open), black nationalist militias are able to promote their violence online with impunity, and it appears that a policeman in Daytona Beach, Florida, has become the most recent victim of their violence.
On Saturday, 29-year-old Othal Wallace, the black nationalist wanted in the shooting of Daytona police officer Jason Raynor last week, was arrested by Georgia state troopers in DeKalb County, Georgia. According to Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young, Wallace was found heavily armed (with illegal flash-bang grenades) in a treehouse at a property allegedly associated with the “Not F***ing Around Coalition” (NFAC). “You guys know who I am? You know what I’m capable of? It could have been a lot worse,” Wallace said as he was arrested, according to Young.
While Wallace has a criminal record, he appears to represent a broader risk than just your typical career violent criminal. According to Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood, Wallace was planning to attack any cop who had stopped him that day. Officer Raynor was allegedly shot in the head by Wallace on Wednesday as the officer was approaching the suspect’s car. While initially reported as being in critical condition, Raynor shows signs of recovering. However, the question is, with all this anti-police rhetoric coming from the media and the government itself, how many other threats like Wallace are there out on the streets? (emphasis mine)
While the Feds are solely focused on "white rage" it appears a member of NFAC + the New Black Panthers (black Supremacist militia groups) is on the run wanted for shooting a Daytona Beach Police officer in the head.
— AntifaWatch (@AntifaWatch2) June 24, 2021
Don’t expect any American to ever hear about this organization despite its quite catchy name. One can only imagine if a white militia of gun owners had a member pose with prominent white nationalists what would happen culturally and politically in this country. Yet today we will hear crickets.
In fact, this is nothing new. Everyone forgot about the Capitol Hill officer killed in an attack by a nationalist. No, I don’t mean Officer Brian Sicknick, for whom there is no evidence that he or anyone else died at the hands of Trump supporters, let alone white nationalists. I mean Officer William Evans, an 18-year Capitol Hill police veteran who was mowed down by Noah Green, a follower of Nation of Islam, on April 2. Green is accused of ramming two police cars, resulting in the death of Officer Evans and the maiming of another officer, before he was shot by police when he exited the car with a knife. At the time, Nation of Islam Founder Louis Farrakhan put out a statement mourning the loss of a “brother” who could have been a future “star” in his movement.
How many Americans do you think ever heard of Officer Evans and the attack itself, much less the identity of the suspect? How many federal agents do you think are dedicated to the much more ubiquitous threat of black nationalist violence tied to the BLM movement, as compared to white nationalists? … Where are the cultural and educational memes warning about black supremacism? Why is everything so one-sided? (emphasis mine)
Daniel provides a lot of additional information in his article. I encourage you to click the link above and take a few minutes to read up on the terrorist threat America is facing from black militia groups.
By the way, for those who plan to send me nasty messages or threats, I’m not discounting domestic terrorism. I’m merely pointing out how the agenda promoted by Joe Biden and the Democrats is clearly biased against white Americans while ignoring the threat we face black militia groups.
During the primaries, Biden spoke at the “Million Muslim Votes” summit hosted by Engage Action, and he gave an early indication of his embrace of Obama’s pro-Islam/anti-American approach to terrorism when he promised to lift Trump’s travel ban affecting Muslim-majority countries in response to what he called “an unconscionable rise in Islamophobia.”
Concerning travel bans, Biden called them “racist” in an op-ed last year.
“The ‘Muslim Ban,’ this new ‘African Ban,’ Trump’s atrocious asylum and refugee policies — they are all designed to make it harder for black and brown people to immigrate to the United States. It’s that simple. They are racist. They are xenophobic.” (emphasis mine)
Blaming terrorism on white Americans while ignoring radical Islam and black militia groups was big business during the Obama presidency. Obama once decided that paying ISIS not to take hostages was a better policy than fighting them. And in the latter part of his second term, his pro-Muslim/anti-American sympathies made being “anti-Muslim” a justifiable reason to deny someone their constitutional rights.
Likewise, Joe Biden is blaming terrorism on white America while ignoring radical Islam and black militia groups on his way to building a new police state.
David Leach is the owner of the Strident Conservative. He holds people of every political stripe accountable for their failure to uphold conservative values, and he promotes those values instead of political parties.