The DHS “report” is short, shallow, and highly speculative, being based not on field intelligence but on historical example and supposed Internet chatter. The report was likely generated to cater to the phobias of new administration. DHS has disgraced itself and the outrage on the Right is justified.
This is what Charles of LGF thinks about you:
1) “It’s a fact that neo-Nazi groups ARE trying to infiltrate the “tea parties,” by the way.”
2) “I read those posts at Huffpo, and they did not say anything like that. They called for “citizen journalists” to take videos and photos and file reports from tea parties. They did not say anything like “act like the typical loony conservative.”
Glenn Beck is trying to set up an excuse in advance, because he knows there are going to be a lot of extremists at these events, and he’s partly responsible for encouraging them.”
3) “This is absolutely not an attempt to paint all veterans with a broad brush. It very specifically states “a small percentage” might join such groups, and the point it makes is completely valid.”
4) “Am I seeing “black helicopters” by expressing my concern over this report?
Pretty much, yes.”
5) “I think Michelle Malkin has a better synopsis of this than the explanation given here at LGF. It doesn’t sound like this report has been in the works for a year.
The report has absolutely been in the works for more than a year, and if anyone tells you otherwise they are either misinformed or lying.”