Biden’s White Supremacy disinformation campaign

By Christopher Tremoglie, Washington Examiner

President Joe Biden and Democrats have long advanced the idea that white supremacy is a severe and imminent security problem in this country. There is a klansman in every shadow — it’s a common scare tactic by Democrats, who deliberately amplify any case of racial strife, assuming the aggressor is white and the victim is not.

But white supremacist violence isn’t actually a widespread problem, according to recent reports from FBI agents. The imminent dangers of white supremacy are essentially an agenda-driven phenomenon that the Biden administration has overblown.

Analysts and top officials at the FBI are allegedly pressuring agents to find security threats attributable to white supremacy in order to meet the bureau’s internal quotas, the Washington Times reported. The problem is that such threats are actually quite scarce, according to some FBI agents.

“The demand for white supremacy vastly outstrips the supply of white supremacy,” one agent said, speaking on the condition of anonymity. “We have more people assigned to investigate white supremacists than we can actually find.”

A new protocol at the FBI elevates any alleged racially motivated crime to a priority, the agent said. FBI leadership has “already determined that white supremacy is a problem,” and the agents are just supposed to provide the incidents necessary to support the predetermined conclusion.

This is no way to do law enforcement.

This is actually not much of a surprise — in fact, it makes sense when you think about it. The FBI is struggling to find enough white supremacists to sustain its own institutional prejudices because there just aren’t enough of them. And sure, there are some, but it’s a far cry from being the widespread problem that plagued society 50 or even 30 years ago.

The scarcity of white supremacist incidents is one reason there are so many hate crime hoaxes that fall apart the moment a legitimate investigation is launched. The most recent Brigham Young University incident is a great example of this. So is the story of Jussie Smollett, just like the media-driven pseudo-scandal involving students from Covington Catholic High School. These all fit a clear and distinctive pattern: There is huge demand for false accusations that white people are uttering slurs or committing hate crimes against nonwhite people. The supply? Eh, not so much.

It really shouldn’t be surprising that the FBI is struggling to find dangerous racists. We live in the least racist era in the country’s history. We are 60 years past openly government-sanctioned discrimination, and we have been teaching students of all races and ethnicities that racism is wrong for decades at this point. American society is more racially diverse than ever before, and racial and ethnic intermarriage is more common than ever before.

Nevertheless, this scandalous accusation warrants a full-fledged investigation. Federal law enforcement has absolutely no business scaring people baselessly and creating a boy-who-cried-wolf situation, where people become skeptical and hardened against those actual white supremacy hate crimes that do occur. Assuming that these FBI agents are being truthful, it will be the legitimate victims of hate crimes who suffer the most when such tragedies do happen. And if these agents’ claims are true, then there must be accountability for Biden and the Democrats’ white supremacy disinformation.

Read more at the Washington Examiner.

Empower Wisconsin | Sept. 26, 2022

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