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WATCH: Biden declares there's a 'through line of hate' running through America

"There's a through line of hate from massacres of indigenous people to the original sin of slavery. The terror of the Klan, to anti-immigration violence against the Irish, Italians, Chinese, Mexicans. So many of those laced through our history," Biden said.

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President Joe Biden on Thursday said that modern day conservatives were part of a "through line of hate" that has been at the root of the American experiment since its inception.

"There's a through line of hate from massacres of indigenous people to the original sin of slavery. The terror of the clan, to anti-immigration violence against the Irish, Italians, Chinese, Mexicans. So many of those laced through our history," Biden said at his administration's "United We Stand" summit.



According to Yahoo News, Biden used the summit to reinforce his administration's false assertion that white supremacist terrorism is the greatest threat to America. As The Post Millennial and other sources have reported, that assertion originated from a government report sampled across only one year, parts of 2018-2019, in which white supremacist extremists were only compared to other homegrown and domestic violent extremists.

Prior to his "through line of hate" remarks, Biden had promised to combat "hate-fueled violence" and said the current threat is rightwing hate in America. He invoked Charlottesville, Trump, and a broader conservative coalition he deemed as threatening. 

"Unfortunately, such hate-fueled violence and threats are not new to America," Biden said, linking modern conservatives to his through line of hate.

FBI agents have recently revealed that the administration has "overblown" the perceived threat of white supremacy and extremism. Further, they are being pressured to manufacture metrics to generate reasons to create cases and falsely tag citizens as white supremacists.

"There's a through line of violence against religious groups anti semitic, anti Catholic, anti Mormon, anti Muslim, anti Hindu, anti Sikh," Biden continued.

In a divisive speech on September 1 in Philadelphia, President Biden said his political enemies, whom he deemed "MAGA Republicans" were "a threat to this country" and "extremists" who must be defeated. Speaking from Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Biden said, "as I stand here tonight, equality and democracy are under assault" and placed the blame solely on his political opposition and their constituents. 

"MAGA Republicans have made their choice. They embrace anger. They thrive on chaos. They live not in the light of truth but in the shadow of lies," Biden said.

As former FBI Agent John Guandolo recently told Drew Hernandez, Biden is telling the country over and over, "The MAGA movement, this is a white supremacist movement." 

Biden also said, "hate never fully goes away, it only hides." Biden promised in his speech that he has a new strategy to "prevent people from being mobilized to violence" involving "counter exploitation of the internet."

The Summit was held to launch "new agency actions to strengthen the federal government’s coordination and community engagement to prevent, respond to, and recover from hate-fueled violence." As part of that new initiative, "Federal agencies are announcing new steps to strengthen the resources available to local schools, law enforcement agencies, and cultural institutions like museums and libraries to prevent and respond to hate-fueled violence."
 
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