On Saturday, at the graduation ceremony for Howard University, a member of the Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and the alma school of Vice President Kamala Harris, President Joe Biden delivered a controversial, race-baiting commencement speech.
President Joe Biden, who is white, visited the university and warned that “white supremacy” was more dangerous to the United States than terrorism.
BIDEN at Howard University: "The most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland is white supremacy, and I'm not saying this because I'm at a Black HBCU…" pic.twitter.com/qPL3bkGsCx— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 13, 2023
“Stand up against the poison of white supremacy,” Biden said. “As I did in my inaugural address throughout a single hour, as the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland is white supremacy. And I’m not saying this because I’m at a black HBCU. I say it wherever I go.”
The argument that “white supremacy” is the biggest terrorist danger to the United States is the ultimate fact-free statement, and yet it is being made by President Biden. Biden is intentionally sowing racial discord in the United States in order to cover up his own racist history and further his political career.
More precisely, Biden is using a constant ‘bogeyman’ to rally “People of Color” behind a shared enemy, fostering feelings of victimization and reliance on the Democratic Party.
Merriam-Webster (a notoriously ‘Woke’ dictionary) defines “white supremacy” as follows: “The ideology which holds that the white race is superior to all others; the prejudice that members of the white race are superior to members of other races.”
If you look at past terrorist assaults on the United States, you’ll notice that the professed ideology or goals of the terrorists almost never involve maintaining white supremacy.
It is clear from the University of Maryland’s START database that “religious” (and particularly Islamic extremist) terrorism accounted for the vast majority of terrorist killings from the 1970s until 2016 (when Donald Trump entered office).
The number of domestic terrorist “attacks and plots” has been rising, although the number of deaths has not, according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) highlighted Robert Aaron Long as an example of a “white supremacist” killer; Long murdered eight individuals at spas in Atlanta; four of the victims were Asian women. The killer’s stated motive was tied to “sex addiction,” which throws out “white supremacist,” and the victims were from a wide range of backgrounds.
This is only one instance of analysts extending categories to create “White supremacist” and “far right terrorism” scenarios.
Whistleblower ex-FBI agent Kyle Seraphin claims the FBI has been conducting entrapment operations to create a false impression of a serious “white supremacist” and “far right terrorism” problem. Seraphin claims that entrapment techniques are commonly used in investigations against White nationalists and other right-wing extremists.
During her six years with the FBI, Seraphin worked in many different field offices within the counterterrorism branch, where she was deeply involved in investigating domestic extremism and plans involving White supremacists.
“My team was deployed to 20 or 25 different high-profile, national terrorism organization or terrorism investigations between 2018 and 2021. And what I saw, as the most obvious statement, is that there are three things about counterterrorism investigations:
“No. 1, the demand for White supremacy vastly outstrips the supply of White supremacy. No. 2, the FBI’s playbook when it comes to counterterrorism investigations is always and unequivocally morally equivalent to entrapment, even if there’s a legal definition that allows them to skirt that.” Seraphin said.
When people are manipulated or incited to conduct crimes using the practice of entrapment, they are breaking the law.
According to the Washington Times, additional low-level FBI employees have come out with similar allegations, saying that the Biden administration inflated the threat presented by White supremacists and pressured agents to make up domestic terrorist cases involving racial extremists.
There have been allegations made by bureau insiders that some FBI managers actively push case agents to launch counterterrorism investigations, which in turn inflates the reported number of terrorism-related cases. It is believed that this method will help the field office’s SAC receive more positive ratings from superiors.
A former FBI agent in Buffalo, New York claims that FBI superiors in Washington, D.C., heavily weigh case volume when assessing the effectiveness of Special Agent Teams. Some office managers would even inflate case statistics to make the required targets.
“The SAC’s performance is like a report card for him. It determines whether he gets promoted to a better position in Washington after his two-year term,” explained the former employee, shedding light on the underlying motivations that drive the focus on metrics.
Thus, President Biden’s argument that “white supremacism” is the biggest terrorist danger to the United States is based on very dubious if not entirely fabricated, criteria. Another example of the radical left using fake statistics to influence the American public and further their objectives.