NY Times ➠ “Right-Wing, Anti-Government Extremism Is The Leading Source Of Ideological Violence In America”



NY Times: “Right-Wing, Anti-Government Extremism Is The Leading Source Of Ideological Violence In America”…

Yup, it was Tea Partiers who terrorized Ferguson and Baltimore, and set things on fire. It wasn’t Occupy who set up rape tents or Occupiers getting arrested for trying to construct bombs at NATO or trying to blow up a bridge in Ohio.

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We’ve seen repeatedly the violence and terrorism of the left, anything even arguably right doesn’t begin to approach.

Via JWF:

Let’s just completely ignore the constant threat of Islamist terror and the left-wing street marauders rioting around the country. We’ve got the New York Times helpfully cherry-picking and twisting some statistics to help pretend there’s some right-wing plot to undermine America. Yes, nearly 14 years after 9/11, the “right” are still the greatest threat facing America.


The stupid, it hurts.


THIS month, the headlines were about a Muslim man in Boston who was accused of threatening police officers with a knife. Last month, two Muslims attacked an anti-Islamic conference in Garland, Tex. The month before, a Muslim man was charged with plotting to drive a truck bomb onto a military installation in Kansas. If you keep up with the news, you know that a small but steady stream of American Muslims, radicalized by overseas extremists, are engaging in violence here in the United States.


But headlines can mislead. The main terrorist threat in the United States is not from violent Muslim extremists, but from right-wing extremists. Just ask the police. More

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