House bill HR 4918 identifies ‘white supremacists’ and ‘right-wing extremists’ as domestic terrorists

On February 2, 2018, a bill was introduced in the House of Representatives which should strike fear in white Americans, conservatives and Republicans.

The purpose of H.R. 4918: Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2018 is “to authorize dedicated domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to analyze and monitor domestic terrorist activity and require the Federal Government to take steps to prevent domestic terrorism.”

Furthermore, HR 4918 proposes that “The domestic terrorism offices authorized” in the bill “shall focus their limited resources on the most significant domestic terrorism threats“.

Who are America’s “most significant domestic terrorists”?

According to HR 4918, Sec. 2 (1):

White supremacists and other right-wing extremists are the most significant domestic terrorism threat facing the United States.

The term “domestic terrorism” is defined by 18 U.S. Code § 2331 as:

“acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State . . . intended (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping.”

No where in HR 4918 are the terms “white supremacist” or “right-wing extremist” defined.

HR 4918 cites the following “evidence”:

  1. An unclassified May 2017 joint intelligence bulletin from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security found that “white supremacist extremism poses [a] persistent threat of lethal violence” and is “responsible for 49 homicides in 26 attacks from 2000 to 2016 … more than any other domestic extremist movement”.
  2. According to the New America Foundation, of the 77 Americans who have died in terrorist attacks by “domestic extremists” in the United States since September 11, 2001, 89% (or 68½ Americans) were killed by “far-right-wing extremists”. (Note: George Soros’ son, Jonathan Soros, and CNN host Fareed Zakaria are on New America Foundation‘s Board of Directors.)
  3. According to the Anti-Defamation League, “right-wing extremists” were responsible for 150 terrorist acts, attempted acts, and plots and conspiracies that took place in the United States between 1993 and 2017 — resulting in 255 deaths and more than 600 injured.
  4. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (another far-left group), the number of U.S. hate groups and anti-government militias and “patriot” groups increased 14% in 2015, including a more than twofold rise in the number of Ku Klux Klan chapters.

[See “ADL recommends ‘major law enforcement operation’ against Obama critics” “Southern Poverty Law Center puts Dr. Ben Carson on ‘extremist’ list“, “Southern Poverty Law Center urges activists to take down 3 Army bases with Confederate names“]

HR 4918 cites the following as examples of “white supremacist/right-wing” terrorism:

  • On August 5, 2012, a white supremacist shot and killed 6 people at a Sikh gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
  • On April 13, 2014, a neo-Nazi shot and killed three people at a Jewish community center and a Jewish assisted living facility in Overland Park, Kansas.
  • On June 8, 2014, in Las Vegas, Nevada, two supporters of a “far right patriot movement” ambushed, shot and killed 2 police officers and a civilian.
  • On June 17, 2015, a white supremacist shot and killed 9 members of  the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
  • On November 27, 2015, an anti-abortion extremist shot and killed a police officer and 2 civilians at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  • On March 20, 2017, a white supremacist who reportedly traveled to New York “for the purpose of killing black men,” murdered an African-American man in New York City.
  • On May 26, 2017, a white supremacist targeted 2 young women with anti-Muslim hate speech, and murdered 2 men and injured a third in Portland, Oregon.
  • On August 12, 2017, in Charlottesville, Virginia, a white supremacist killed one and injured nineteen after driving his car through a crowd protesting a neo-Nazi rally. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said, “It does meet the definition of domestic terrorism in our statute.”

Note that HR 4918 pointedly excludes any mention that in April 2016, a report by the Obama administration’s DHS/FBI identified Antifa as domestic terrorists.

Nor does HR 4918 make mention of Antifa domestic terrorists’ many acts and threats of violence, including:

H.R. 4918 was introduced by Rep. Bradley Schneider (D-IL) and co-sponsored by Democrats Bennie Thompson (MS), Robin Kelly (IL), Luis Correa (CA), Vicente Gonzalez (TX), and Sanford Bishop (GA). Schneider is a former AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) lobbyist.

Meanwhile, Haaretz reports that on February 13, 2018, Israel’s Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked said Israel must maintain a Jewish majority, even if doing so “violates human rights”. But you won’t hear any objection to that from Rep. Schneider.

The House has not yet voted on HR 4918. On February 14, 2018, the bill was referred to the House Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence.

Please contact committee chair Rep. Peter King (R-NY) and tell him you strenuously oppose HR 4918. Click here or to to This is the email I sent King. Feel free to use as yours:

Dear Congressman King:

You are the Chair of the House Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence. I understand HR 4819 is in your committee. This is to let you know that I strenuously oppose HR 4819 because the bill (1) Does not define what “white supremacists” and “right-wing extremists” mean; (2) Discriminates against white and conservative Americans by labeling them “domestic terrorists”; (3) Blatantly ignores left-wing terrorists like the Antifa, whom the Obama Administration in an April 2016 FBI-DHS joint report had already identified as “domestic terrorists”.

Shame on Rep. Brad Schneidler for introducing the racist and discriminatory HR 4819.

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37 responses to “House bill HR 4918 identifies ‘white supremacists’ and ‘right-wing extremists’ as domestic terrorists

  1. “The end of the world will be legal”.


  2. A great point about Jewish liberals (and indeed many non Jewish liberals and Neocons) and their double standards re Israel’s extremely open and unapologetic racism. In Ireland, the former Justice Minister Alan Shatter – a Jewish Zionist ultra – is a rabid supporter of mass immigration …to Ireland, but not to Israel. I could point to many other pro-immigration advocates in Ireland, Jewish and gentile, who never utter a yip of criticism about Israel’s policy of expelling or imprisoning African asylum seekers – not to mention that state’s appalling treatment of Palestinians (and its not so covert sponsorship of Isis and Al Qaeda/Al Nusra).

    The thing about Israeli racism is it is so very open – it doesn’t even pretend to be about the economy or crime or security or stresses on public services. No, Israeli spokesmen simply state brazenly that they are expelling African migrants in order to protect the “Jewish identity” of the Israeli state. Imagine if the German government or the French government said they were expelling Muslim migrants in order to protect the Christian identity of their states. It’s no exaggeration to say that the New York Times and the Guardian would probably call for NATO to launch air strikes against those countries as a matter of urgency.

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  3. The lefties are pushing the narrative that anyone who is white is a right-wing extremist. Excuse me, but aren’t these white morons seeing their own whiteness in the mirror? Yet they’re teaching our kids in public schools that they should be ashamed of their country and their “whiteness.” We whiteys worked hard, settled and built the United States. We made it a great place, and we’d like to keep it that way. So, they’re flooding the U.S., Canada and Europe with brown and black unskilled people from third-world countries, all of whom reproduce like rabbits, designed to replace us whiteys. If this BS continues, the entire planet will become a giant sh*thole!

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  4. No mention of Antifa… hmm. Don’t you like how they group together white supremacists and ‘right-wing extremists?’

    Do they have a definition for ‘right-wing extremists, or is that just a convenient way to legally get rid of those that oppose them?

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  5. Everyone (damn near) is to the right commie scum like schneider and the rest of those trolls…

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  7. Just 55 years ago a major objective of the CPUSA, according to testimony in the Congressional Record, was the dismantling of the FBI, while today’s progressives who were yesterday’s commies, like Schneider, have captured the FBI for the purpose of dismantling what remains of America itself.

    According to the proposed law, domestic terrorism includes “acts dangerous to human life . . . intended. . . to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping.” How fitting that a man representing AIPAC in Congress, with the blood of 3,000 Americans massacred on 911 on his hands, should introduce a bill with wording loose enough to criminalize patriotism because of the actions, in so many cases, of FBI patsies.

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    • I’ve been recommending that for a long time. They have a horrible record of political skullduggery. We’ve got somewhere in the neighborhood of eighteen spook agencies. Why do we need another secret police?

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  8. We all know what this is about and why. Isn’t it ironic that these leftists style themselves “champions of the underdog” when in fact they are intolerant little tyrants?

    So now it isn’t enough to argue. They want to criminalize all those who see through their scams. The shrillness and hatred are off the charts. Then they possibly kill a few kids to further inflame their mindless followers.

    People have to stand up to this before its too late. If we don’t we will be proving one of their favorite axioms, “the cattle are stupid”.

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  9. One last thing. In a Republican administration with a majority in Congress (ha!), how is it that they are able to advance and even accelerate their agenda? Just asking.

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    • They’re just biding their time until they achieve a veto-proof super-majority in both houses. It helps that the GOP has pantywaist globalists for leadership.

      And lest anyone thinks that can’t happen, remember, the votes were rigged twice in Hildebeest’s favor in 2016 (primary & general elections). They just weren’t rigged enough in the general election. Don’t think they aren’t getting ready for mid-terms, either. The Dutch & French elections were most likely rigged, but the people there were too stupid to realize it, and those that count the votes weren’t going to risk another Trump-ian upset.

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    • Well you know how they do this kind of stuff. They have to have a lot of practice runs, with the MO being they will just wear everyone down bit by bit, piece by piece, knowing that after a bill like this is introduced for the 20th time it will get passed. Here’s how it goes down….. there will be more staged shootings done by White perps who they will identify as “White Supremicist” or the like, or there will be real crimes where they falsely claim the perp was a “right wing extremist” ( that’s already happened). By that time there will be enough poor voting age populace ( slobs) and politicians who will have had it drilled into them through endless White privelage classes how evil Whites are, esp. those that cling to any vestiges of their heritage, that damn it, something must be done! It’s just a slow motion version of what has been done to the Germans. If you defend your race, or your culture, ” YOU’RE A NAZI !!!!! There is one thing that you can say about these Jews – they never, never, ever give up pushing for their agenda. They are possessed.

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    • Great point, and I’d list this betrayal by the Republicans as the greatest threat since their function appears to be little more than neutralizing opposition to the leftist juggernaut. Even the smoke they’ve been blowing in our faces about abortion and fiscal responsibility is gone, and now they’re in the clear, passing the Dems budget as if the Dems already controlled the House. My guess is that Ryan and McConnell will throw the House back to the Dems. When you come right down to it, no legitimate political party of any slant would ever put two buffoons like Ryan and McConnell in charge except as a display of the raw power of men like Adelson to express their grinning mockery of the rubes looking to the Republicans for representation and leadership.

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      • “When you come right down to it, no legitimate political party of any slant would ever put two buffoons like Ryan and McConnell in charge except as a display of the raw power of men like Adelson to express their grinning mockery of the rubes looking to the Republicans for representation and leadership”
        Ouch, that was so right on it hurt. Boobs for the rubes courtesy of the Joos.


  10. DOA and Pink Slips for the sponsors, 🙈🙈🙈

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  11. Gee, according to them I must be a white supremacist and a right wing extremist, but I am not a domestic terrorist, I am a God fearing woman, I am a law abiding citizen, and very high moral standards instilled by my great parents until I die. And they can all go to hell!

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    • “I am a God fearing woman, I am a law abiding citizen, and very high moral standards…”

      Precisely. That’s why you are a threat.
      Satan loves his own minions.

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  12. They make it sound like there is a White Supremacist on every corner, when in fact they are most likely labeling normal white people that vote Republican. Omitting antifa is blatant. It is too late to stop this, do we flood the phone lines
    You know they are going to do everything under the sun to win come Nov. if they win back our White House, you can be assured, the tax breaks will be recinded, Obamacare will erupt 10 fold. And the gates will be opened for the illegals. Count on it. I hope the party is prepared with lots of safety features.
    This bill is racist.

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  13. I guess left wing extremists aren’t terrorists. I got a call form a polster not too long ago. She asked what I thought was the U.S.’s biggest problem was. I said democrats and she hung up.

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  14. Being that im white and carry a gun and I stick to my Bible I will be labeled white supremacists now if that means I believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and I believe in Liberty and that my rights come from God Well then I just might be a white supremacist if that’s what it means and if so I am proud to be so.
    As far as the governments say so there are a lot of places the sun don’t shine and they can find one!

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  15. I’m sure I fit in there, some where.

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  17. These damned commie-libs seem to be hell bent on touching off a civil war.

    They really suck at basic mathematics.

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  18. Read the attached and let it sink in. It makes the rest of THIS piece here understandable.

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