Leaked DHS Memo Finally Admits the Possibility of Left-Wing Violence, Media Rushes in With Laughable Spin – Opinion

A DHS memo leaked by Axios raises concern about violence coming if Roe V. WadeAs previous leaks indicate, the decision has been overturned. Despite mobs gathering outside Justices’ homes to shout threats and obscenities, the Supreme Court has not yet released its decision.

DHS responds by warning of threats to the Supreme Court as well as the Justices.

The U.S. government is bracing for a potential surge in political violence once the Supreme Court hands down the ruling that’s expected to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a Department of Homeland Security memo obtained by Axios.

Here’s the big pictureSocial-media threats of destruction or invasion to the Supreme Court Building and murder justices and clerks are being investigated by law enforcement agencies.

The joke at the end that there is a threat against abortion clinics makes sense to me. The people who are threatening to attack the Supreme Court Building to kill justices and clerks as well as to strike at churches, do so because RoeThis could be reversed. Even though there have been no reports of threats to abortion clinics, it is mentioned because the federal bureaucracy must always offer an olive branch. It is quite possible that you’d expect the threat level towards those clinics would decrease. RoeMany of these were shut down by the red states after being overturned.

The memo’s implication is obvious, even though the DHS takes great care not to attribute any violence to the left. The Supreme Court is not being threatened by pro-lifers but it’s the Democrats who are demonstrating. Roe. That’s simply basic logic, and we’ve already seen mobs of abortion protesters gather and lodge threats. Los Angeles witnessed one such demonstration turn violent early in the morning.

Still, it’s comical to see how Axios and the media are spinning this. While the topline is that there are threats directly coming from the pro-abortion side, the article mostly focuses on “right-wing” violence.

Context: History has shown that anti-abortion extremists drove abortion-related violence.

  • “Some racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists’ embrace of pro-life narratives may be linked to the perception of wanting to ‘save white children’ and ‘fight white genocide,’” the memo also says.
  • The memo also warns against extremist acts by proponents for abortion rights.

We are grateful for your kind words. This context, I suppose, but it’s completely irrelevant in This context. The presumptive spark is again the overturning Roe. Why would “violent extremists” who “embrace” a pro-life narrative choose to lash out at the overturning of “abortion rights” in the United States?

Then there’s this mention of the Buffalo shooter, which is just laughable.

In between the lines: Roe is flypaper for extremists. Together with the communications between government agencies and the private sector, this memo shows how many agencies mobilize to keep ahead of civil unrest.

  • The mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., over the weekend has “complicated everything even more,” said Jonathan Wackrow, a risk management consultant and a former special agent with the U.S. Secret Service.
  • “The attack in Buffalo actually has a measured impact on this Roe decision and how people will will react to it,” he told Axios. “You see that people are willing to engage in the most violent acts in furtherance of that ideology.”

I haven’t read the Buffalo shooter’s entire manifesto, but I’m pretty sure he didn’t say he was motivated by pro-life views. In fact, as a white supremacist, he’s almost certainly strongly pro-abortion given those in that camp see it as a way to eliminate minority populations.

Axios is a left-wing magazine and decided to take a threat of violence from pro abortion extremists. Instead, it turned the story into a discussion about the Buffalo shooting. It’s just so on-brand.

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