DHS: Extremist Crackpot Websites Say Conservatives Are Extremist Crackpots - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
DHS: Extremist Crackpot Websites Say Conservatives Are Extremist Crackpots
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Mark Tapscott reports that a FOIA request by the Americans for Limited Government has exposed the DHS’s sources for their infamous April report warning of a rise in right-wing extremism. And the truth doesn’t flatter Ms. Napolitano and her crew:

Instead of intelligence reports, DHS used unverified allegations and speculations it found on the internet.

DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano’s researchers liked one particularly apocalyptic web site so much that they cited it 11 times in their report. This site – called “What It Means” – often warns that the world is about to end, as with this recent headline: “Deaith Star Pandemic of 2009-2012: End of Age Begins.”

Sleep tight tonight, folks, because your government knows what it all means.

I wonder if the good folks at What It Means knew that they were the Obama DHS’s go-to source.

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