“This report, if correct is one of the most egregious attacks on the 1st amendment in America’s history.”
The Pentagon reportedly keeps track of specific internet searches, including the phrase “the truth about Black Lives Matter.”
Mobs of BLM supporters can march through American cities, causing all kinds of destruction, but you better not be snooping on the background of their organization.
The Jewish Voice reports:
Pentagon is Tracking Internet Searches Including the Phrase “The Truth About Black Lives Matter”, Report
Reports circulating Tuesday reveal that the Pentagon is working with a contractor to track web searches that it describes as indicators of “white supremacy,” citing the phrase “the truth about black lives matter” as one example.
This is a shocking revelation, considering The Jewish Voice has reported over the last several years relentlessly on the subject of Black Lives Matter, its founders, and its belief system.
This report, if correct is one of the most egregious attacks on the 1st amendment in America’s history.
Reports from Defense One and Fox News state that the Pentagon is working with a UK-based company called Moonshot CVE (Countering Violent Extremism) to uncover networks of domestic extremists within the military.
Moonshot has ties to former President Obama, as well as the SPLC, the once outstanding ADL, and George Soros’ Open Foundation, according to the reports.
Wait, what was that? Ties to Obama and the Southern Poverty Law Center? You don’t say.
Of course, the Pentagon denies this.
Sam Dorman reported at FOX News:
Pentagon distances itself from company investigating military ‘extremism’ by analyzing web searches
The Pentagon on Wednesday denied it “secured the services” of Moonshot CVE, an extremism analysis company that considers the web search “the truth about Black Lives Matter” and others to be signs of interest in or engagement with White supremacism.
Defense One reported last month that Moonshot CVE, which has ties to the Obama Foundation, was working on data that would identify which military bases and branches had the most troops searching for domestic extremist content. While that particular project’s contours were unclear, the company had released a June report, in conjunction with the left-leaning Anti-Defamation League, on purported “White supremacy trends in the United States.”
In it, the U.K.-based company reported it “monitored a list of almost 1,600 indicators of interest in or engagement with White supremacism, focused specifically on anti-Black and anti-Semitic narratives being used by extremist groups.” As examples, it listed the search phrases “George Floyd deserved to die,” “Jews will not replace us” and “the truth about black lives matter.”
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