Biden’s DHS Funds Program Equating Conservatives with Neo-Nazis

In an alarming revelation, Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell recently unveiled shocking evidence on The Charlie Kirk Show that suggests an insidious trend from Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS). According to Bozell, the DHS utilizes taxpayer dollars to target conservatives, Christian communities, and the Republican Party.

Bozell’s exposé detailed a DHS federal grant program that allocated $352,109 to the University of Dayton following an anti-conservative seminar. The seminar, led by self-proclaimed Antifa member and University of Cincinnati research fellow Michael Loadenthal, created a controversial “Pyramid of Far-Right Radicalization.”

This pyramid crudely and unfairly associated numerous conservative, Christian, and Republican organizations with neo-Nazis and other hate groups. Among those grouped with such dangerous extremist entities were The Heritage Foundation, Turning Point USA, the Christian Broadcasting Network, the American Conservative Union Foundation, and the Republican Party, including the MAGA movement.

Bozell highlighted Loadenthal’s involvement in Antifa and his support for the Earth Liberation Front, a group designated by the FBI as a domestic terrorist operation. This connection raises serious questions about the true intentions of this seminar and the subsequent grant awarded by DHS.

Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, echoed the concern, questioning the legality of the DHS using taxpayer dollars in such an aggressive manner. Bozell concurred, asserting that the government should not infringe on citizens’ speech rights. He further called for the resignation of DHS Secretary Mayorkas and a criminal investigation into the DHS’s use of federal funds.

A parallel investigation by the New York Post found the DHS-funded University of Dayton program linked mainstream conservative groups like the Republican National Committee, Heritage Foundation, National Rifle Association, and Fox News with hate organizations. This report adds a further layer of concern and supports Bozell’s revelations.

The DHS quickly denied their involvement, stating they neither funded nor endorsed the seminar. However, Dan Schneider, a vice president at MRC, countered these claims, saying, “DHS did indeed fund the PREVENTS-OH program a year after a graph and documents were presented that equated Nazis to conservatives, Christians, and Republicans.”

The implications of these findings have prompted widespread condemnation from conservative leaders, including Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who said that the administration’s perceived targeting of conservatives was “profoundly dangerous.”

The controversy surrounding these revelations underscores the vital importance of vigilance in preserving free speech and ensuring unbiased governance. The American public deserves transparency about how their tax dollars are used, especially when such use raises questions about potential ideological bias within influential government departments. As citizens, we must hold our leaders accountable for their actions and safeguard our cherished democratic values.