The conservative watchdog group Media Research Center has obtained documents via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request showing that the Biden regime is quietly sending American taxpayer dollars to universities so they can brainwash students into believing that Christians and Republicans are “Nazis.”
Funneling the money through a so-called “anti-terrorism” grant initiative, Biden and his henchmen are paying institutions of higher learning to lump members of the Republican Party and those who trust in Jesus Christ for salvation into the same category as the Nazi Party.
“This terrorism task force is engaged in an active effort to demonize and eliminate Christian, conservative, and Republican organizations using federal taxpayer dollars,” said Brent Bozell, founder and president of the Media Research Center.
“What we have uncovered calls for criminal prosecution. The American people need to know those who are abusing their positions in the federal government will be held accountable for their criminal behavior.”
Be sure to check out the report that the Media Research Center compiled about its findings, revealing why the Biden regime needs to be prosecuted.
(Related: Some House Republicans are calling for DHS chief Alejandro Mayorkas to be impeached and punished for aiding and abetting illegal immigration and drug smuggling via America’s porous southern border.)
Biden has already funneled $40 million via 80 grants into various anti-conservative, antichrist initiatives
The grant program in question is run by the DHS and is called the “Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grant Program,” or TVTP. It funnels taxpayer cash into various public, private and non-profit institutions, including colleges and universities and even local county governments.
The stated goal of the program is “to establish or enhance capabilities to prevent targeted violence and terrorism.” In order to qualify for a grant, applicants must be based in the U.S. and implement a U.S.-based program.
So far, the Biden regime has awarded 80 grants through the TVTP totaling just under $40 million. The lowest grant amounted to just $85,000 while the highest was over $1.1 million, with the median gravitating around $442,000.
According to the official DHS requirements, all recipients of TVTP grants are prohibited from engaging in any kind of viewpoint discrimination – at least on paper. We know through the work of the Media Research Center that TVTP grant recipients are doing just that: openly discriminating against conservatives, Christians, and other targeted demographics.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the TVTP was first launched by Barack Hussein Obama, though under a different name. It was also far less obvious about its true intentions during the Obama days, having only recently manifested its true intentions as an anti-white initiative designed to ethnically, politically, and religiously “cleanse” America of all right-wing Christians and their families, in essence.
Among the many organizations tagged by the DHS as violent, right-wing extremist groups that need to be terminated are the Republican Party itself, the Heritage Foundation, the American Conservative Union, Fox News, Breitbart News, the National Rifle Association, PragerUniversity, Tea Party Patriots, the Make America Great Again (MAGA) movement, the pro-police Blue Lives Matter movement, and the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN).
These are the institutions at the top of the “pyramid,” so to speak, while all the way down at the bottom are run-of-the-mill neo-Nazi paramilitary groups and the Daily Stormer, a pro-Nazi publication.
All this is conveniently coming out at the same time as the release of the Durham report, adding to the growing mountain of evidence proving that the Biden regime is engaged in illicit attacks against its political opponents. The question is: will anything be done about it?
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