Obama’s FBI: ‘Militia Extremists’ Need to be Watched as They’re Planning Attacks Against Muslims

The Obama Regime has made it quite clear that they dislike American dissenters significantly more than they dislike Islamic jihadists. The most-divisive presidential administration in history has repeatedly pushed to further the narrative that Americans must fear armed, conservative Americans and the narrative just simply has not stuck.

However, that hasn’t stopped Obama from repeatedly instructing his federal agencies to focus their efforts on so-called right wing “extremists” in a misallocated effort to deter terrorist attacks.

An internal bulletin issued by the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division in May indicates that the Obama Administration is still tilting at windmills by focusing their investigative powers on supposed “militias” that pose a danger to the Muslim community.

For those who do not speak corrupt bureaucrat, “militias” include conservative patriots who have chosen to exercise their Second Amendment rights by arming themselves.

The bulletin is entitled “Militia Extremists Expand Target Sets To Include Muslims” and was obtained by PublicIntelligence.com who reports on the bulletin:

Based primarily on a “large body of source reporting generated mainly since 2013,” the bulletin states that militia extremists are “expanding their target sets to include Muslims and Islamic religious institutions in the United States.”  The recent targeting of Muslims augments prior FBI analysis, contained in a January 2015 report, which found that “established militia extremists target government personnel and law enforcement officers, perceived threats from abroad, and individuals or institutions that seek to constrain Second Amendment rights.”

Multiple FBI “sources with varying levels of access” report that militia extremists have been conducting surveillance of “diverse locations including Alaska, Arizona, Indiana, Montana, New York, North and South Carolina, Utah, and Texas.”  This reporting indicates that extremists have often focused on targeting Islamic facilities, such as mosques or community centers, though some have discussed targeting individual Muslims within their community.  In September 2014, a source with “good access” reported to the FBI that “militia extremists in Mississippi discussed kidnapping and beheading a Muslim and posting video of the attack to the Internet.”  Likewise, another source reported in early 2015 that the leader of a militia extremist group expressed “interest in training members for direct action against ISIS and associated ISIS locations.”

The FBI concludes that increased targeting of Muslims is being fueled by two fundamental misconceptions that are described as “salient perceptions within militia extremism that contribute toward an anti-Muslim bias”:

(U//FOUO) Islam represents a foreign threat, equivalent to those which emanate from illegal immigration or international terrorism.

(U//FOUO) The President of the United States not only sympathizes with Islamic extremists but directs US Government policy to align with their goals.

These misconceptions are often held by “adherents of a militia ideology who seek validation of anti-government conspiracy theories” including that the U.S. government allows “allows the group Muslims of the Americas (aka Jamaat ul Fuqra, hereinafter referred to as MOA) to operate terrorist training camps at dozens of locations across the United States.”  Citing videos and articles from the Christian Action NetworkPamela Geller and World Net Daily, the bulletin says that similar claims “periodically surge” following acts of Islamic-inspired terrorism.  The bulletin also cites a restricted 2006 report published by Public Intelligence from the Regional Organized Crime Information Center that “identified the location of seven MOA ‘training compounds’” within the U.S.

The FBI ultimately states that the “incorporation of anti-Islamic attitudes” serves to “dilute core militia ideological beliefs” and that signs of this “fragmenting ideology” could include “a noticeable reduction in rhetoric pertaining to the traditional core concern over Second Amendment rights” as well as the “addition of new types of targets, and actions or decisions made based upon current events rather than ideology.”

It is not a conspiracy theory to state that President Obama affords greater civil liberty protection to Muslims than to conservative Americans; it is a demonstrable fact supported by simple observation.

All groups have nutjobs. Though the left has many peace-loving hippies, they also have eco-terrorists. The right demands a return to constitutional principles and a maintaining of cultural values, yet even we have been saddled with whackjobs like Timothy McVeigh.

Still, while these groups have outlying extremists, it is undeniable to any who have picked-up a newspaper in the past two decades that the Muslim world is not only infused with a sprinkling of murderous zealots, but that such murderous zealots represent a large portion of those who worship Allah and the Western world should be infinitely more concerned with monitoring the behaviors of Muslim extremists than we are with eying suspiciously the behaviors of patriots who merely urge a return to our founding principles.

It’s clear that the Obama Administration is not unleashing their hounds upon the right out of fear of terrorism, but because the right represents the greatest threat to the continuation of the radical and destructive agenda Obama has worked to further.

About the Author

Greg Campbell
Greg Campbell
An unapologetic patriot and conservative, Greg emerged within the blossoming Tea Party Movement as a political analyst dedicated to educating and advocating for the preservation of our constitutional principles and a free-market solution to problems birthed by economic liberalism. From authoring scathing commentaries to conducting interviews with some of the biggest names in politics today including party leaders, activists and conservative media personalities, Greg has worked to counter the left’s media narratives with truthful discussions of the biggest issues affecting Americans today. Greg’s primary area of focus is Second Amendment issues and the advancement of honest discussion concerning the constitutional right that protects all others. He lives in the Northwest with his wife, Heather, and enjoys writing, marksmanship and the outdoors.

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