Are You on a Domestic Terrorist Watch List?
by Faye Higbee
February 27, 2014
When Janet Napolitano told everyone that certain groups were “right wing extremists” – where did she come up with that? And is it still happening today? YES
Just what is a “domestic terrorist?” The Department of Homeland Security feels that there is “nothing to worry about with Muslims…just patriot groups, militias, veterans, police officers…people who have sworn an oath to the Constitution.” Even one of the DHS advisors (Mohamed Elibiary) is a Muslim Brotherhood supporter who has told people that we have “nothing to fear” from Muslims. So how did we get to the transference of terrorism from the folks who blew up the twin towers, to ordinary people? It’s easy when you have a political and personal agenda. With an interview from a deputy, and some other information, let’s look at the issue a bit, try to make some sense out of it.
This is where the DHS and our current idiot leaders cause trouble- they jumble patriot groups and militias in with people like Timothy McVeigh, Terry McNichols, and Michael Fortier. McVeigh had been in the US Army, served in the Gulf War,and was discharged honorably in 1991. After the Waco assault on the Branch Dividian Compound in Texas, and the standoff at Ruby Ridge in Idaho against survivalist Randy Weaver, his thoughts grew dark. He began to associate with White Supremacists, and other anti-government groups. He stole from from the National Guard in overtly criminal acts.
He turned his home into a bunker, began making homemade bombs, and renounced his US citizenship. His anti-gun control, anti-government stance became so deeply rooted that he took it upon himself to plot to blow up the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in April of 1995. That action became the worst domestic terrorist incident on US soil until September 11, 2001. It took the lives of 167 people, injured 509, and forever changed the face of a city. McVeigh was a sociopath, not a patriot.