The Biden administration is again warning of potential threats from foreign and domestic terrorists, saying it could be fueled by anything since arrival of refugees from Afghanistan a possible new Covid-19 restrictions.
For the rest of 2021 and 2022, “Violent extremists of racial or ethnic origin and anti-government/ anti-authority violent extremists will continue to represent a threat “ in the United States, She said a bulletin of the Department of Internal security on Wednesday.
.@SecMayorkas issued a National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) bulletin regarding the increased threat environment across the United States. Read the full Bulletin here: https://t.co/tBwdu8lj1Tphoto.twitter.com / 2n1pGyKVVP
– Internal security (@DHSgov) November 10, 2021
Foreign or domestic terrorists have historically targeted crowded places and “to times caused mass causality [sic]“ DHS has aimed out, noting that the next “at your place of religious significance over the next a few months” and the continued reopening from pandemic lockdowns “Could provide more goals of chance for violence.” However, they were quick to notice that there are “currently no credible or imminent threats linked to any date or locations. “
However, if “new public health restrictions “ are put in place in case a new The Covid-19 variant emerges, which could also potentially be used as a “rationale” for violence against the government or public health officials of “anti-government extremists “ DHS said.
Also, some “Domestic violent extremists” (DVE) have “tried to use the transfer of Afghan citizens “ in the United States a “Exacerbate the historical grievances of the DVE over immigration and the American Muslim community” argued the bulletin.
The DHS also complained about it “Narratives” online” allegedly promoting or advocate violence against “elected officials, political representatives, government structures, law enforcement, religious communities or commercial structures and ideological perceived opponents. “
The department advised Americans to “Remain vigilant” and report any suspicious activity, listen to local authorities and develop “digital media literacy to recognize e build resilience a false and harmful narratives “.
Wednesday warning follows the pattern of Homeland Security Bulletins from President Joe Biden took office. In January, DHS warned that “Some ideologically motivated violent extremists with objections to exercise of government authority and presidential transition, as well as other perceived grievances fueled by false narratives, could continue to mobilize to incite or commit violence.” Nothing happened.
In May, DHS claimed the revocation of Blocks for Covid-19 could lead to extremist attacks, e in August, he worried “Some associated conspiracy theories with reintegrating former President Trump “.
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