New documents recently obtained by Project Veritas — an organization famous for exposing corruption — show the Biden Administration labeled conservatives as “domestic terrorists,” if they were upset over the raid on Former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home.
The document even introduced a new acronym for those who don’t share their far-left beliefs, labeling them “DVE’s. (Domestic Violent Extremists).”
The bulletin began warning of these “extremists” and their potential to carry out “attacks on federal, state, local law enforcement and government personnel or facilities.”
Undoubtedly, there has been an uptick in many Americans’ disproval of the federal government, as well as the current occupants of the White House. It’s much more apparent, however, that in light of their displeasure, the government is attempting to demonize these individuals to prevent further dips in their already-tanking approval ratings.
The bulletin even appeared to label the public’s use of terms like “government overreach” and “election fraud,” as red flag to indicate extremism. Project Veritas did not name the source of this information to protect the whistleblower’s anonymity.
Still, the organization has an extensive track record of publishing credible evidence regarding the stories they break — specifically when it comes to government corruption and misdeeds.
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Perhaps in an ironic and unintended effort to stop accusations of said “government overreach,” the bulletin detailed a confidentiality demand to those it was released to.
The quote below shows how the administration chose to word the warning, about keeping the document under wraps:
- “Information contained in this intelligence bulletin is for official use only. No portion of this bulletin should be released to the media, the general public, or over nonsecure Internet servers. Release of this material could adversely affect or jeopardize investigative activities.”
It is important to remember James Okeefe himself, the founder of Project Veritas, fell victim to his own experience of government overreach, when federal agents raided his home in November of 2021.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents then pushed him up against a wall outside his home while they rummaged through his belongings — even confiscating the journalistic provocateur’s cellphone.
It is unclear whether or not the Biden Administration will address this shocking revelation, as more Americans take a stand against government corruption.
They’ll likely end up clinging to the typical narrative of downplaying the seriousness of certain situations they deem too difficult to address, while praising accomplishments that never existed.