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Associated Press Whips Up Another Phony 'Right-Wing Extremists' Report

Yet another phony story about dangerous "Christian" conservatives, who are bent on "violent anti-government activity." AP alleges "patriot activists" who are really just random crazies that you would find anywhere. AP has Zero examples, except the Unabomber from twenty years ago and Ruby Ridge. Zero evidence except the raving of the radical liberal Southern Poverty Law center. Associated Press repeats this group's ridiculous claims as fact, such as their claim of over a thousands hate groups in America, of which they include The Family Research Council and other moderate Christian groups.

Why does the liberal media invent racism and hate allegations about white Christian conservatives out of thin air??

Extremists finding fertile ground in Northwest US

AP- "...It also is a cradle for sometimes-violent anti-government activity — a reputation most recently rekindled by the search for David Burgert...

After a lull following the demise of the Idaho-based neo-Nazi Aryan Nations in 2000, anti-government and white supremacist groups and individuals may be reviving in the Inland Northwest. It's a mostly white, mostly rural area with few job opportunities and a history of extreme activists.

Experts say the number of radical right groups is growing across the country because of the poor state of the economy, rising immigration and fears that President Barack Obama's administration has an agenda to curtail individual liberties.

They include so-called patriot groups, which fear one-world government and don't accept the federal government's authority...

"A lot of anti-government energy has been building up over the last couple of years," McAdam said.

Sometimes the energy boils over....

A patriot group called Flathead Liberty Bell held a convention just last weekend, featuring right-wing speakers and sale of survival gear for what organizers believe is a coming showdown with federal authorities...

The number of hate groups and patriot groups, which do not all share beliefs and conduct, has been growing across the country since Obama was elected in 2008, according to an annual report by the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala., which tracks extremist groups and individuals."

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