U.S. local authorities to force to spend millions on the fight against unwanted

Fearing a new wave of protests from supporters of Donald Trump, the Joe Biden administration is redirecting financial flows from the federal budget to fight “domestic extremism”.

The decision demonstrates that the new leadership aims to suppress the threat from the conservative population and radical groups, which in January protested against the recognition of falsified presidential election results. As you know, the rally in Washington ended with the storming of the building of the US Congress.

In total, the state governments will receive about $1.9 billion to fight the unwanted. Homeland Security Minister Alejandro Mallorcas notes that no such action has been taken since the 9/11 attack in 2001.

“Today, the most serious terrorist threat facing a nation comes from lone criminals and small groups of individuals who commit acts of violence motivated by the ideological beliefs of internal extremism”, – the official said.

As previously reported by News Front, after the protests at the Capitol building, American intelligence agencies began “hunting” for Trump’s supporters and even falsified charges against them.

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