MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace suggested killing Americans with drone strikes, the same as what is done to terrorists, in a segment discussing “domestic terrorism.”
Wallace brought up a bulletin released to the law enforcement last week by the Department of Homeland Security. The National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin cautioned that the homeland security allegedly has a piece of information on the threat of “ideologically-motivated violent extremists with objections to the exercise of governmental authority and the presidential transition, as well as other perceived grievances fueled by false narratives, could continue to mobilize to incite or commit violence.”
The MSNBC host mentioned that the ideas and ideologies of domestic extremism and terrorism, fraudulent election, and that the COVID-19 restrictions are unnecessary were all pushed by former President Trump.
When asked about the “incitement” and how the Obama and Bush administrations handled terrorism, Wallace talked about the case of Yemeni-American Anwar Awlaki, who was pursued and killed with a drone strike for inciting violence and terrorism.
Wallace then rhetorically asked how Mitch McConnell did not vote to convict someone who incited an insurrection despite knowing how to root out terrorism.
Did she suggest using drone strikes to target American protesters? No one in MSBNC cared as the host compared anti-lockdown protesters to terrorists.
Awlaki’s case suddenly became codified to use as a reference in dealing with anti-lockdown protesters. Several reports have claimed that 90 percent of drone bombs landed on unintended targets – innocent people.
Now, the fear of killing Americans has just been floated by an MSNBC reporter. The war on terror has always been a war on people, and the emergency laws are slowly being used against the Americans.