America Department of Homeland Security Internal to address the current state of domestic violent extremism, the latest investigation across federal law enforcement and US agencies following the riots of the Houses of Parliament amid the growing threat of white supremacist violence We will carry out a review.
“Domestic violent extremism poses the most deadly and persistent terrorist threat to our country today,” said the secretary. Alejandro Mallorcus Said In the statement on Monday. “When we strive to protect the country, we must be vigilant in efforts to identify and fight domestic violent extremism within both the wider community and our own organization. No. Hatred and violent extremism are unacceptable within our department. “
This review studies “banned militant activity” and “radical behavior” within the US military, following a similar move from the US Department of Defense.
Joe Biden has sought to put the fight against domestic violence at the center of the Homeland Security agenda.
In January DHS has issued a terrorist advisory Breaking news that warned “ideally motivated violent extremists” motivated by “perceived dissatisfaction fueled by false stories” “continues to mobilize to incite or commit violence.” There is a possibility. The warning is valid until April 30th.
Recently unclassified Joint Intelligence Report – Ordered within the first day of the president’s inauguration – Racially and ethnically motivated violence, as well as violent militia groups, have decided to pose the “most deadly” threat in the United States.
Perpetrators of racist violence are “most likely to attack mass casualties” against Americans, according to reports from the Department of Homeland Security, the Director of National Intelligence, and the U.S. Department of Justice. … apparently …
According to the report, domestic violence militants “motivated by various idealisms and energized by recent political and social events” will pose a “rising threat” to the United States in 2021.
Authorities reported that false explanations of conspiracy theories and conditions related to the 2020 presidential election, parliamentary riots, and the coronavirus pandemic would further fuel violence in 2021.
A Recent reports According to a study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the number of active military personnel and reserve forces participating in domestic terrorist attacks and plots is increasing. The number of military personnel involved in terrorist attacks surged from 1.5% to 6.4% in 2020. In 2019.
Federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies are being scrutinized more and more after dozens of police officers, public security workers, and veterans have been charged with or associated with the attack on the Capitol.
Lawmakers have asked the FBI to investigate the state of white supremacism in federal law enforcement agencies.
FBI Director Christopher Ray Repeated testimony He told parliamentarians that white supremacist violence remains the country’s greatest threat.