The “heightened threat” isn’t U.S. citizens … it’s the implementation of the Biden Administration’s “1984” Guidebook.

February 16, 2021 By The Crusader

The law governing government eavesdropping on American citizens is well-established and crystal clear – it is illegal. Period. The U.S. government performing massive unauthorized data collection on ordinary people is not new, but it is now going to be falsely elevated to a matter of “National Security.” These efforts point to unrestrained violations of “rights to privacy,” “free speech,” and “due process.” WHERE IS THE ACLU?
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Ben Weingarten at the Federalist, warns, “Biden’s Domestic War On Terrorism Seeks To Criminalize Political Dissent.”

With Trump toppled, the Jan. 6th protest among non-leftists provided the catalyst for completing the total war on the true objects of the ruling class’s ire: dissenting Americans.

The current narrative: There is a growing “insurgency” among “domestic violent extremists.” The riot was their 9/11. Consequently, the threat, highlighted by that despicable act, demands not only its own 9/11 Commission, but a war on domestic extremism, particularly “white supremacist extremists.”

A summary of Biden Administration initiatives…

✅ Wall-to-wall coverage of a neophyte congresswoman
✅ Portraying state capitols as targets
✅ 60-day military stand-down to root out extremism
✅ FBI & DHS to assess threat of domestic violent extremism
✅ Improve Gov’t information sharing to disrupt violent extremist networks
✅ Gov’t agencies to focus on addressing evolving threats, radicalization
✅ Big Tech to aid in “policing speech”

Ben Weingarten concludes…

In this charged and hysterical political environment, we should be all the more so concerned about the threats to our liberties, particularly of a national security regime with vastly expanded domestic powers. The first role of government is to protect our lives and liberties. The heavy burden is on our leaders to justify infringements on the latter in service of the former.

Shouldn’t the ACLU be at the forefront of this “growing threat?” That’s their so-called claim…

Privacy today faces growing threats from a growing surveillance apparatus that is often justified in the name of national security. Numerous government agencies—including the National Security Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Homeland Security, and state and local law enforcement agencies—intrude upon the private communications of innocent citizens, amass vast databases of who we call and when, and catalog “suspicious activities” based on the vaguest standards.

The government’s collection of this sensitive information is itself an invasion of privacy. But its use of this data is also rife with abuse. Innocuous data is fed into bloated watchlists, with severe consequences—innocent individuals…

The ACLU has been at the forefront of the struggle to prevent the entrenchment of a surveillance state by challenging the secrecy of the government’s surveillance and watchlisting practices; its violations of our rights to privacy, free speech, due process, and association; and its stigmatization of minority communities and activists disproportionately targeted by surveillance.

Dave Rubin on the Mark Levin show also has a dire message, “Solution to Big Tech Crackdown on Conservative Speech ‘Doesn’t Exist Yet’”

cc: @ACLU