More Inspire Domestic Terrorism

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  1. Valeant profile image88
    Valeantposted 13 months ago

    https://hubstatic.com/15685846_f1024.jpg

    Everyone talking about the Taliban this week almost took their eyes off the threat from America’s greatest terrorist threat, Y’all Qaeda.

    https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/el … omb-threat

    1. Sharlee01 profile image82
      Sharlee01posted 13 months agoin reply to this

      It's known there are many American's that greatly dislike Biden, and yes it is apparent could want to do him harm. I would think Biden's handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal, many will dislike him even more... Human nature can be very ugly.  We most likely many that see Bidens latest mess as the last they will put up with. We witnessed that on Jan 6th some are willing to gather and break the law for what they see as a cause.

      That's where we are at this point in America.  It certainly is getting worse with what some see as a  president that can't problem solve, only add to America's problem.

      1. Kathryn L Hill profile image75
        Kathryn L Hillposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        what does Obama think?????


        Whatever he thinks, that what the Liberals think.

        I would like to hear otherwise.

        1. Sharlee01 profile image82
          Sharlee01posted 13 months agoin reply to this

          I think Obama most likely is thinking "I am so glad I held out to the last minute to support uncle Joe"...  And maybe scratching his head in wonderment how anyone really voted for Joe --- Come On Man'!

          I think he chose Biden for VP due to knowing he is a guy that sits in a corner and does not ask questions. He needed a yes man. He got one in Joe.

      2. Valeant profile image88
        Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        You keep saying this problem solve thing.

        Trump made Covid worse in this country.
        Trump made the unemployment numbers worse.
        Trump made the deficit worse.
        Trump made the border a family separation humanitarian crisis.

        The guy was not a problem solver; he undermined our intelligence services, media, rule of law, and faith in our elections with the same lies he used in 2016.

        Many of his followers think the way he is not held to account will carry over to their crimes - and then get a large dose of reality when they realize they don't have the same resources to afford fancy lawyering and get sent to jail.

        This is where America is.  Where stupid people listen to a liar and and constant stream of hate-filled media and feel justified to commit crimes against their own country.

        1. Sharlee01 profile image82
          Sharlee01posted 13 months agoin reply to this

          "Trump made Covid worse in this country.
          Trump made the unemployment numbers worse.
          Trump made the deficit worse.
          Trump made the border a family separation humanitarian crisis."

          Trump stopped travel from China, he gave use multiple vaccines, he put together a task force and OWS.

          Trump had one of the best economies ever...

          The deficit was increased due to COVID relief. We have no way of knowing what it would have been if he had 4 more years.

          Trump had the border under control. When he left we had about 500 unaccompanied children in our care. Biden now has over 10,000 and the number grows monthly. We had over one million migrants walk across our border last month.

          Biden IMO  has failed at each and every problem due to poor decisions.
          making.

          And there could be a no bigger liar than Biden.  Trump committed no crimes against America.    America was always his first concern.

          While you brought up the subject of media the far left's latest conspiracy fodder has fizzled as all the rest - - Not sure if you heard -- The FBI found that the Jan 6th riot was not planned. They found no proof of it being a coordinated plan. On well...

          Guess the left media will need to dig up another conspiracy and fast. The big planned insurrection coup one fell flat, has no air, just like all the rest. However, I am very sure the left media will dig something up to feed the dull minds that have the need for conspiracies.  This form of media is so disruptive to our society.  Innuendo media is so corrosive to our society.

          1. Valeant profile image88
            Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

            Trump did not stop travel from China.  That's false statement number one.  He limited Chinese nationals, but American who were there were free to come and go.

            Trump did not have one of the best economies ever.  GDP was no different than Obama, Obama had much better jobs record (in fact, Trump is the only president in the last 100 years with a net negative jobs gain), and the deficit was already rising before Covid because Trump's tax cut did not come close to the GDP gains necessary to offset the cut in tax revenue for him and his rich buddies.

            In 2019, the border was not under control.  Only in 2020, thanks to Trump failing so miserably at containing Covid did people stop temporarily coming to the border.  Shoot, I could make the case that the access to the vaccines could be a reason more people are trying to come into the US - and according to you, we'd have Trump to thank for that.


            'The FBI found that the Jan 6th riot was not planned.'

            You righties really suck at listening.  We've been saying INCITED the Capitol insurrection.  His campaign organized the rally, the speakers, then he told them to march on down to the Capitol.  Like I said, he's either retarded for not knowing the well-armed militias he was talking to or a failure in protecting the nation.  Either way, he's the last person that anyone can trust to execute the oath of office.

    2. Live to Learn profile image75
      Live to Learnposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      From the article, the man appears to be dealing with emotional issues not tied to politics.

      One of us may lack compassion.

      1. Valeant profile image88
        Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Yes, he has emotional issues.  But his political rants were part of the reasons why he chose DC for his terror threats.  That's part of the hate-filled programming you people on the right are being exposed to, and remain in denial of.  It's why the Department of Homeland Security publicly calls you the greatest threat currently to the United States.

        Not the Taliban.  Ya'll Queda.

        One of us may lack accountability when someone turns to violence.  If he needs to be committed, so be it.

        1. Live to Learn profile image75
          Live to Learnposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          I’ll be honest. I consider myself to be to the right but I’m always gobsmacked when those who call themselves left make claims that the right is violent and those who consider themselves right are listening to violent rhetoric. I’ve never heard any. And if we look at actions by citizens who claim to caucus left or right I see more violence on the left. However, I’m disciplined enough to understand click bait media coverage is incredibly misleading and designed to garner a negative emotional reaction.

          I suppose the left leaning media is to blame but, geez oh Pete, one would think some might be intelligent enough to stop being led by a ring in the nose. Maybe not.

          And it may just be a difference of priorities. I know the left believes the government is the answer to everything. The right tends to think individuals are of more importance. So, the left would think one mentally ill man ranting against the government was more dangerous than crowds of people ignoring public safety and rampaging through neighborhoods harassing  citizens, burning and looting businesses and screaming obscenities as they riot.

          The left would think a bunch of middle aged protestors at the Capitol who didn’t burn, loot or kill was more dangerous than rampant murder in our cities being met with the leftist mantra of ‘defund the police’.

          I guess it all boils down to how empathetic you are toward your neighbor and how dependent you are on being told what to do by a government.

          1. Valeant profile image88
            Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

            Glad you can finally admit that you've shifted off to the right.  Acceptance is the first step, after all.

            You say you 'know the left believes the government is the answer to everything.'  And there's your first misconception.  The left believes government should exist to serve the people.  After all, tax dollars should be used to make people's lives better.   The reality is that not everyone will be able to take care of themselves.  When has there ever been a zero percent unemployment rate in this country?  Either the government can help these people or they can watch that desperation turn to crime for a solution.  Not sure which you think is better, having a safe country or having a country that more resembles the movies Hunger Games or Alcatraz.

            Now, if only it was one mentally ill man who made a bomb threat at the same place a mob assaulted our Capitol.  But as we saw on January 6, it's thousands of citizens willing to assault police and threaten to hang the Vice President of their own party, even constructing the gallows to do so outside.

            And perhaps you should listen more closely as most on the left wanted all rioters arrested.  Peaceful protest when a policeman is videotaped committing homicide on an unarmed black man in the streets is certainly something we openly supported on the left.  And apparently you missed the memo where the left elected the moderate who was not using the mantra of 'defund the police.'  Easy to note as you immediately apply the fringe thinking to the majority of the party.

            As for what is seen on the right, what we see is a selfishness to put self ahead of what is best for the country.  When the wearing of a piece of cloth, something so damned simple that children can do it without getting all emotional, is an infringement on your 'rights' then you're no longer fighting for rights, you're just fighting to fight someone.  When your belief that your own rights should allow you the ability to continuously spread and help a deadly virus mutate that affects the health of others beside yourself, it's your own selfishness that cannot see how your actions could affect another person's health, or even life.  You'd think if you had any empathy for your neighbor, you might be willing to do the simplest health measures to keep from spreading a virus that has killed over 640,000 Americans to them.

            1. Live to Learn profile image75
              Live to Learnposted 13 months agoin reply to this

              Anyone who didn’t assume I was right of center was an idiot. Anyone who didn’t know I was right of center hasn’t bothered to read a word I wrote. Which makes sense since my observation is that most here just love to read their responses, but no one else’s.

              1. Valeant profile image88
                Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

                I seem to remember you claiming to be a Democrat as recently as a few years ago, right before spewing far-right talking points.  My point, which you clearly misunderstood, was that it's nice to see you openly admit to being well past the right of center.

    3. Kyler J Falk profile image89
      Kyler J Falkposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      "Y'all Qaeda," actually got me, 10/10 joke, laughed audibly.

      1. Valeant profile image88
        Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        I saw that in a comment on the article, and it was so good I had to use it.

  2. Credence2 profile image79
    Credence2posted 13 months ago

    It is out of control, home grown rightwing terrorist that we all should be really be concerned about as the threat next door.

  3. Valeant profile image88
    Valeantposted 13 months ago

    This piece pretty much sums up how I feel about a few members of this site.  We already know of two who marched on Capitols, both times endangering police.  In Michigan by joining a group not wearing masks at the height of the pandemic and getting right up in the faces of police, and in Washington when they were part of a rally that had a subsection that attacked and injured hundreds, causing such emotional trauma that four officers have taken their own lives.

    And we get to come to this site, where many of us use as a hosting site, and listen to the themes that are causing these people to be radicalized, as if we couldn't choose to go to those media sites of our own volition if we didn't already recognize the danger they pose to our country.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWjdCr_6apA

  4. MG Singh profile image72
    MG Singhposted 13 months ago

    People who talk of right-wing terrorism are sitting in armchairs and talking. Terrorism has not yet come in full force to America so some sympathizers of Biden are spreading this bogie. People all over the world talking of the American retreat from Afghanistan and in America, I find some people talk of trying Trump as a terrorist and things like that; I could die laughing on a bed of nails at such accusations.

    1. Ken Burgess profile image84
      Ken Burgessposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Exactly.  Well said.

      Its why I don't even bother to reply to threads such as this.

      Its not only not worth the effort, it validates their existence.

      I suggest to just ignore them when you see them.

      1. Valeant profile image88
        Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        And yet here you are, replying in this thread.

    2. Valeant profile image88
      Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Terrorism has not come in full force to America?  Sorry, I moved to NYC right after 9/11.  I saw the pain of terrorism in the United States up close.  You go ahead and be ignorant of our history though, on your bed of nails.

  5. Valeant profile image88
    Valeantposted 13 months ago

    Members of the Capitol Police are taking Trump to court over January 6th. 

    https://www.reuters.com/world/us/seven- … 021-08-26/

    1. wilderness profile image94
      wildernessposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Wonder if they can prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, what the FBI with all it's manpower and might could not.

      Guess we'll see.

      1. Valeant profile image88
        Valeantposted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Definitely a difference between coordinating and inciting.  That distinction might matter.

 
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