Homeland Security hearing: Extremism, domestic terror could persist for decade - Elaine for Congress

Homeland Security hearing: Extremism, domestic terror could persist for decade

If America needed a wakeup call on the dangers posed by home-grown domestic terrorists, it most certainly got one on January 6th.

Experts told the House Homeland Security Committee Thursday that the deadly insurrection revealed how grave the danger the enemy within poses, adding that radical violent extremism has “rapidly become part of the cultural mainstream.”

Newly named vice chair of the House Armed Services Committee, Rep. Elaine Luria (D-Virginia, 2nd District) said it was a wise move by Austin.

“Hateful activities such as extremism have no place in the military, and, the stand-down is designed to get that message across to our military members,” she said.

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