Obama's Department of Homeand Security is worried about US veterans.How sad.DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano stands by her offensive report attacking US veterans.FOX News reported:
The head of homeland security said Sunday she regrets that some people took offense over a report warning that right-wing extremist groups were trying to recruit disgruntled troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.But Secretary Janet Napolitano added that "a number of groups far too numerous to mention" want to commit domestic terrorism attacks and are looking for new recruits.She told a cable news network the warning report that went out to American law enforcement agencies was consistent with reports that were issued before."Here is the important point. The report is not saying that veterans are extremists. Far from it. What it is saying is returning veterans are targets of right-wing extremist groups that are trying to recruit those to commit violent acts within the country. We want to do all we can to prevent that," she said.The intelligence assessment released to law enforcement on April 7 claims news of recession, the election of an African American president, rumors of new gun restrictions and the inability of veterans to reintegrate create fertile ground for radicalizing and recruiting right-wing extremists.Of particular interest among radicals is possible recruitment of returning troops with "combat skills and experience" so as to boost their "violent capabilities," the report said. It added that new restrictions on gun ownership and the difficulty of veterans to reintegrate into their communities "could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks."Previously:Napolitano: Wrong About McVeigh & Wrong About VeteransChange!... FARC Killers--- Not Terrorists... US Veterans--- Terrorists More... Environmental and animal rights groups ranked 2nd only to Islamic Jihadists as the greatest perceived threats at a national level.
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