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According to President Obama, you can’t refer to terrorists as “Islamic” or even “Islamic extremists.”
But it’s perfectly accurate, apparently, to refer to domestic terrorists as “right-wing.”
Moreover, these “right-wing” domestic terrorists, according to a recent report issued by the Department of Homeland Security, represent a far greater threat to the security of the United States than ISIS, al-Qaeda, or any other terrorist network. 
According to reports leaked from the Department of Homeland Security, the real danger to U.S. national security isn’t ISIS or radical Islamic terror, but domestic right-wing extremists.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka said on “Fox and Friends Weekend” said he couldn’t recall an instance in the last 20 years when right-wing extremists flew jumbo jets into buildings, set off bombs at a marathon or beheaded 21 Christian hostages.

“It really is the most egregious politicization of national security,” Gorka stated. “We’re going to be looking for right-wing extremists when ISIS prepares to attack us? It’s outrageous.”
“We have tens of thousands of people in the Middle East and elsewhere and here in America who have committed themselves to the destruction of this great nation. And we’re going to be focusing on the small cluster of right-wingers here in the United States?” Gorka said. “This could endanger American lives.”
Gorka explained that this feeds into the Obama administration’s narrative that radical Islamic extremists aren’t the real threat, and they just need more jobs and economic opportunities in those countries.

DHS is now confirming the hyper-partisan arguments of MSNBC, CNN, and other mainstream networks.
MSNBC has been calling members of the Tea Party “terrorists” for years.
And CNN has been trying to push the narrative that right-wingers cause terrorism for some time.
Here’s a look at an April, 2014 report from CNN on the issue:
In fact, since 9/11 extremists affiliated with a variety of far-right wing ideologies, including white supremacists, anti-abortion extremists and anti-government militants, have killed more people in the United States than have extremists motivated by al Qaeda’s ideology. According to a count by the New America Foundation, right wing extremists have killed 34 people in the United States for political reasons since 9/11. (The total includes the latest shootings in Kansas, which are being classified as a hate crime).
By contrast, terrorists motivated by al Qaeda’s ideology have killed 21 people in the United States since 9/11.

(Although a variety of left wing militants and environmental extremists have carried out violent attacks for political reasons against property and individuals since 9/11, none have been linked to a lethal attack, according to research by the New America Foundation.)
Moreover, since 9/11 none of the more than 200 individuals indicted or convicted in the United States of some act of jihadist terrorism have acquired or used chemical or biological weapons or their precursor materials, while 13 individuals motivated by right wing extremist ideology, one individual motivated by left-wing extremist ideology, and two with idiosyncratic beliefs, used or acquired such weapons or their precursors.

Read More:http://insider.foxnews.com/2015/02/21/leaked-dhs-reports-greatest-threat-us-national-security-domestic-right-wing-extremists 

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