It is rather amazing that the powers that want to be in this world can only maintain power if they maintain the narrative.
According to them, there is to be no free-thinking in their ranks.
That being the case, the Biden era Department of Homeland Security is looking to stamp out “extremism” and “violence” via monitoring their employees’ personal social media accounts in order to determine if they are on the right side of the patriotism paradigm.
A March 2021 unclassified threat assessment prepared by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), Department of Justice, and DHS, noted that domestic violent extremists “who are motivated by a range of ideologies and galvanized by recent political and societal events in the United States pose an elevated threat to the Homeland in 2021.” The assessment pointed to newer “sociopolitical developments such as narratives of fraud in the recent general election, the emboldening impact of the violent breach of the U.S. Capitol, conditions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and conspiracy theories promoting violence” that “will almost certainly spur some [domestic violent extremists] [sic] to try to engage in violence this year.”
From the report:
Studies and pilots have suggested that certain online activity may represent behavior of potential concern to national security and could be useful in assessing an individual’s trustworthiness, judgment, or reliability. [Publicly Available Electronic Information], including social media checks, have proven to be of limited value as stand-alone sources of information. However, when coupled with and corroborated by other data and investigative follow-up, the use of PAEI can be a powerful tool in preventing and detecting domestic violent extremism-related threats.
So, it seems that DHS is in the midst of developing a program to snoop, uh, monitor all of this information in real-time just to be sure their employees are not contaminated by thoughts that may lay waste to their narratives.