Biden DHS documents suggested Trump supporters, military and religious people are likely violent terror threats | 22 June 2024 | A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) advisory board suggested that supporters of former President Donald Trump -- as well as those who served in the military or are religious -- have a greater possibility of posing domestic terrorism risks, according to internal files obtained by America First Legal (AFL). Named the "Homeland Intelligence Experts Group," the now-disbanded board was created in September 2023 to provide DHS with "expert" analysis on subjects like terrorism and the trafficking of certain controlled substances like fentanyl. The panel, according to the conservative legal nonprofit's findings, included former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former CIA Director John Brennan, both of whom signed onto an October 2020 letter falsely dismissing Hunter Biden's infamous laptop as Russian disinformation. The documents revealed that the board suggested "supporters of the former president" accounted for "most of the Domestic Terrorism threat" in the U.S.

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