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Reports: Pentagon tracking ‘extremist’ web searches including ‘the truth about Black Lives Matter’

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Reports circulating Tuesday reveal that the Pentagon is working with a contractor to track web searches that it describes as indicators of “white supremacy,” citing the phrase “the truth about Black Lives Matter” as one example.

Reports from Defense One and Fox News state that the Pentagon is working with a UK-based company called Moonshot CVE (Countering Violent Extremism) to uncover networks of domestic extremists within the military.

Moonshot regularly works with the ADL (Anti-Defamation League), and has ties to former President Barack Obama, as well as the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) and investor and philanthropist George Soros’ Open Foundation, according to the reports.

Moonshot suggests that searching for the “truth about BLM” indicates a belief “that the BLM movement has nefarious motives,” which “is a disinformation narrative perpetuated by White supremacist groups to weaponize anti-BLM sentiment.”

The company further states that while the search phrase initially appears “innocuous,” it isn’t because the phrase has been used to suggest the BLM movement “is in line with the burning and looting of Antifa.”

“These sources echo White supremacist disinformation narratives alleging that BLM protesters are trying to ‘overthrow the republic’ and ‘harm American citizens in a Marxist coup,’ as a means of delegitimizing it,” the Moonshot research states.

Despite the Moonshot CVE research, however, the organization’s own website displays objectives that are unequivocally in line with neo-Marxism philosophy, and its founders have described themselves as “trained Marxists.

Appearing on Tucker Carlson’s show Tuesday night, Vince Coglianese, the editorial director of The Daily Caller, discussed the Moonshot contract with the Pentagon, and noted that there is a sustained move within Joe Biden’s government to label everything as domestic extremism.

“It’s completely out of control,” said Coglianese. “Asking questions, now extremism. Free inquiry, now extremism. It’s getting worse.”

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“Biden has gone much farther than any other president, however, to politicize every federal agency. And that includes, terrifyingly, the military,” said Carlson. “Biden has directed the defense department, the department that is supposed to work on keeping us safe from foreign threats, to instead turns its attention on American citizens.”

“Notice he never defined white supremacy,” said Carlson. “No one ever has. There is no actual definition for it. So it can apply to everyone who didn’t vote for Joe Biden. That’s why it is terrifying, that’s why you should resist it.”

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Miami officials announce new details for ‘Down With the Chains’ event that is a ‘Call for Freedom’

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MIAMI, Fla. – City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and Commissioner Joe Carollo held a news conference Friday to announce new details regarding the Call for Freedom of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua event.

The “Down With The Chains!” rally is at 5 p.m., Saturday at Bayfront Park. Carollo said workers will begin building the stage around 4 p.m. Friday.

He said there will be various nearby parking areas for those who attend the event and the city is working with the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science and Pérez Art Museum to hopefully allow participants to park there, as well, which would create an additional 800 spaces.

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Police investigate body found outside Miami-Dade County middle school

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – Miami-Dade homicide detectives are investigating after a body was found in the parking lot of Lake Stevens Middle School on Friday afternoon.

Investigators say a school employee discovered an unresponsive male.

Sky 10 flew over the scene at 18484 Northwest 48th Place, where crime scene investigations units had arrived.

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Palm Beach County mandates face masks for public buildings, transportation starting Monday

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BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — You’ll need to start wearing masks again in many public buildings as a result of new recommendations from federal health experts.

Broward County and several cities — Coral Springs, Lauderhill, Weston and Boynton Beach — all have reimposed mask requirements, and Palm Beach County will reinstate its mask rule on Monday.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday that all people, vaccinated or not, should wear masks indoors in areas where COVID-19 is surging, including Florida.

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