George W. Bush Says ‘Violent Extremists’ in the Homeland Must be ‘Confronted’ in Sept. 11 Anniversary Speech
Former president George W. Bush said that “violent extremists” in the homeland, who are “children of the same foul spirit” as foreign terrorists, must be “confronted” during his speech on the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks that happened on his watch.
“And we have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within,” Bush said in his address on Saturday.
“There’s little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home, but in their disdain for pluralism, in their disregard for human life, in their determination to defile national symbols, they are children of the same foul spirit and it is our continuing duty to confront them,” he added.
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If Bush weren’t a globalist, these words could be interpreted as an attack against ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter thugs. However, that is not the case. Bush is pushing the narrative that has been in full effect since Jan. 6 that Trump supporters, conservatives, Republicans, libertarians and American patriots are the real terror threat.
Big League Politics has reported on how Democrats and Republican traitors are plotting with the deep state to bring the war on terror to the homeland as the far-left is excused from their subversive actions:
“FBI Director Christopher Wray blamed sovereign citizen movements and militias for the summer’s unprecedented and historical riots, in which almost 30 Americans were killed, 700 law enforcement officers were injured, and 14,000 people were arrested.
Wray was responding to a question in a Tuesday hearing posed by Senator Ted Cruz. Cruz was inquiring as to the FBI’s plan to deter and prevent mob-style riot crime in American cities, with Wray’s answers seeming to suggest the agency has no real plan to avoid a repeat of the experiences of summer 2020 later this year.
In reality, the summer’s riots are almost entirely the fault of Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA. BLM engaged in an onslaught of destruction targeting small businesses and powerless members of American communities, after the controversial death of George Floyd.
Wray made a token allusion to “anarchist” extremism, before citing sovereign citizens and militias for BLM/ANTIFA’s violence…
“A lot of that activity fell in what we would categorize as anti-government, anti-authority violent extremism. Some of it is anarchist, violent extremism; some of it is militia violent extremism. Some of it might even be sovereign citizen violent extremism.“
Wray made no reference to the criminal Black Lives Matter riot movement, or the street terror cult known as ANTIFA.”