DHS funding anti-terror program linking conservative groups to Nazis
The Department of Homeland Security is funding a college program that has lumped the Republican Party — as well as Christian and conservative groups — into the same category as Nazis.
This is according to a new report from the Media Research Center — a conservative watchdog group.
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As you can see — it’s only being covered on the right.
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The D-H-S’s Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grant Program provides funds to various institutions to help “prevent targeted violence and terrorism.”
According to the report — over 350-thousand dollars of that went to the University of Dayton.
Dayton caused controversy in Conservative circles back in 20-21 when a researcher presented this chart at a conference.
The base of the “Pyramid of Far-Right Radicalization” featured The Republican Party — Fox News — as well as groups like the Heritage Foundation, the Christian Broadcasting Network, and the N-R-A.
At the top — hate groups like neo-Nazi paramilitary group The Base and pro-Nazi publication the Daily Stormer.
The conference was linked in a footnote on the University’s application for D-H-S funding.
In its report — the founder of the center, Brent Bozell, said quote “This terrorism task force is engaged in an active effort to demonize and eliminate Christian, conservative, and Republican organizations using federal taxpayer dollars… What we have uncovered calls for criminal prosecution..”