Editorial opinion by Linda Goudsmit:
Let’s get this straight. Robert Grenier, a lifetime member of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations, is lecturing America, and telling us that President Trump and Trump supporters are white supremacists? Domestic extremists? Violent insurrectionists????? If this weren’t so serious, it would be a comedy routine!
The globalist financiers of this absurd narrative need to destroy America-first President Donald Trump because his insistence upon American sovereignty is the existential obstacle to globalism and planetary governance. Never once in four years did President Trump advocate violence for political gain. Violence for political gain is the tactical strategy of Democrats who use Antifa, BLM activists, and globalist apologists like Robert Grenier to overthrow our constitutional republic and replace it with globalism.
Trump supporters are overwhelmingly constitutionalists who want to preserve the United States of America as a constitutional republic. Trump supporters embrace American principles of equality and individual rights. Trump supporters reject the tyranny of globalism, socialism, Marxism, Chinese communism, and political corruption on both sides of the aisle that continue to weaken our country. Trump supporters are patriots, not insurrectionists or supremacists! Enough is enough!
Domestic Extremists Should Be Treated Like Insurgents In Iraq, Afghanistan, Former CIA Officer Says
Federal officials should use insurgency tactics as they did in Afghanistan and Iraq when handling domestic extremism, a former CIA officer said, NPR reported Tuesday.
The U.S. has been at war with al-Qaida and the Taliban in Afghanistan for nearly 19 years and recently the countries signed a peace deal that prohibits the Taliban from conducting terrorist activities and withdrawals some U.S. troops, according to the Council on Foreign Relations. The U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003 on the premise of the government creating weapons of mass destruction and toppled the government leading to insurgent attacks on civilians and U.S. assets, according to the Council on Foreign Relations.
“We may be witnessing the dawn of a sustained wave of violent insurgency within our own country, perpetrated by our own countrymen,” former CIA Counterterrorism Director and officer Robert Grenier wrote in an opinion piece for The New York Times.
New York Times on Twitter: Convicting Donald Trump in the Senate and barring him from future elective office “is not only a just punishment for his crimes but also a national security imperative,” writes Robert Grenier, a former C.I.A. station chief.
The U.S. faces a challenge of counterinsurgency which should be met by three specific actions including criminal justice, isolation and alienation of insurgents, and an undeniable take-down of the insurgent’s leadership, Grenier wrote for the Times. He named the Proud Boys, the Three Percenters, the Oath Keepers and QAnon supporters as domestic threats following their participation in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
“The challenge facing us now is one of counterinsurgency. Though one may recoil at the thought, it provides the most useful template for action, which must consist of three elements,” Grenier wrote for The Times.
It’s not necessary to implement new laws or terror designations to find and prosecute known extremists responsible for committing crimes, Grenier wrote for The Times. The insurgents should be “isolated and alienated” from the general population, according to Grenier.
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