New York Times: Biden Administration Unveils Strategy To Combat “Domestic Extremism”

So, this is the big news of the day.

The Biden administration finally released its plan to fight “domestic extremism” which has been in the works since January.

National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism (FULL TEXT)

Tech Policy Press:

“The White House today released its National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism, a 32-page document produced by the National Security Council. Referencing recent examples of right wing terrorism, including the massacres at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Charleston, South Carolina, at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, and at a Walmart in El Paso, President Joe Biden said the strategy is “a comprehensive approach to addressing the threat while safeguarding bedrock American civil rights and civil liberties,” and that it is “narrowly tailored to focus specifically on addressing violence and the factors that lead to violence violence that violates the law, threatens public safety, and infringes on the free expression of ideas.”

The document connects the present day problem of domestic terrorism to a history of “hatred and bigotry” in the United States, as well as anti-government fervor. But, it suggests these motivations have combined with modern digital media and communications technology to present a new challenge …”

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Author: Hunter Wallace

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