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DHS 'Intelligence Experts Group' Classified Military Service, Religion, & Trump-Support...

•, by Debra Heine

A now disbanded group in Joe Biden's Department Homeland Security (DHS) classified Trump supporters, members of the military, and people with religious views as persons likely to commit "domestic violent extremist" attacks, newly released internal files show.

DHS announced the formation of the "Homeland Intelligence Experts Group" in September 2023 to "provide advice and perspectives on intelligence and national security efforts" to the Department, but according to America First Legal, "it was a completely partisan group designed to provide top cover for the Department's radical agenda

AFL and former Ambassador Richard Grenell filed a lawsuit against the Homeland Intelligence Experts Group soon after the group was announced, and spurred Republican members of Congress to take action against it.

AFL alleged that the group comprised of partisan actors violated the Federal Advisory Committee Act for various reasons - including its lack of balance, the Biden Administration's inappropriate influence over it, and its lack of public notice and participation, among other things.

To avoid further litigation and scrutiny, the Biden regime agreed in May to disband the illegal group and provide its records to AFL. However, the group may have been active for a year before it was pressured to shut down.

"By the time the Homeland Intelligence Experts Group was announced in September 2023, the group had already been meeting for as long as four months," AFL reported.

Members of the deep state cabal included former Obama intelligence officials and Russia collusion hoaxers John Brennan and James Clapper—both signatories of the infamous "Letter of 51," which mislead the American public on the veracity of the Hunter Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 election.

Also included in the unit were former Obama official Francis Taylor,  Asha George, Rajesh De, Caryn Wagner, and Elisa Massimino, all of whom contributed exclusively to Democrat candidates for political office.