"All governments are at war with their people," the Inidan journalist Manu Joseph writes. "This holds even in nations where they get to vote. The typical government is filled with successful people, who need to know what their vanquished rivals were plotting."
What does that sound like to you?
Here's an answer. The FBI recently sent a bulletin to its agents asserting:
“In recent years, DVEs [Domestic Violent Extremists] 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.”
Oh boy, I may well be a DVE. Interesting that the FBI mentions "judicial officials," and yet Reps. Jim Jordan and Mike Johnson had to demand that Attorney General Merrick Garland explain why the Department of Justice, parent of the FBI, has repeatedly refused to prosecute any threats against Republican-nominated Supreme Court justices following a leak of the Dobbs v. Jackson draft opinion.
I think it was more of an oversight than a double standard.
Then you have the IRS hiring 87,000 new agents, and do you think they will be looking at tax returns? The IRS stockpiles 4,600 guns and 5 million rounds of ammunition. How many of the new agents will be packing heat? They will definitely need more guns. In a posted job opening for a special agent, the IRS specified that applicants should be “willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments,” and able to carry “a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”
In its annual report the IRS showed agents training for an armed assault on a suburban home with guns drawn [photo above]. Hey, don't fudge those deductions -- or vote the wrong way.
Here's what those new agents will look like when they come for you:
The IRS will have more gun-toters than the marines and even more than the Gestapo.
Hitler's Gestapo, which terrorized German citizens during the Nazi reign of terror, numbered a mere 32,000 members. The Stasi, East Germany's answer to the Nazi criminal enterprise, had only 85,000 thugs in their employ. The Biden regime, not to be outdone by those previous criminal organizations, has called for an extra 87,000 new IRS employees to aid in enforcing its edicts.
Not to be outdone, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has a plan to double in size over the next five years under President Biden. The ATF plans to expand to around 2500 special agents, up from 1700 gun-carrying agents.
What is the origin of all this? During his presidential campaign Barack Obama touched on his ideas for a national security force. “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”
For what, Barack?