Discarded Homeland Security Report Was Right on Terror

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Nearly eight years ago, Daryl Johnson was caught in a firestorm because of a report he’d authored at the Department of Homeland Security. It warned of a surge in activity by right-wing groups, including militias, white supremacists, anti-government activists, and others upset about the first black U.S. president and the consequences of a faltering economy, reports McClatchy Newspapers. Republicans slammed the report as an attack . . .

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