Human Rights Networks In North Idaho Collaborate With Feds To Target Christians And Nationalists
Last year, in 2022, Attorney General Merrick Garland launched a national campaign, United Against Hate. All 94 U.S. District Attorney’s Offices nationwide were to participate in this ploy to combat hate.
Josh Hurwit, U.S. District Attorney for Idaho, hosted events throughout the state in 2022 and 2023 with local human rights organizations that promote social inclusion. As reported here, the gist of the program is to inform the public about the process for reporting hate incidents involving a bias against race, religion, gender, etc, to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), which are logged. In the case of an actual crime, these hate incidents can be retroactively added as charges.
During two of the events I attended, the DOJ and FBI stated hate is not illegal but encouraged the public to report hate. This is HIGHLY anti-American and dangerous to the state of the nation.
Two of the presenters at the event were Traci Whelan (DOJ) and Bryant Gunnerson (FBI). Gunnerson is most likely a Human Rights Consortium Steering Committee member (as public records revealed), part of the Human Rights Education Institute (created by the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations, which also hosted a United Against Hate event in 2022).
When asked about the relationship between the FBI and the local Human Rights Education Institute in Coeur d’Alene, the Public Information Officer for the FBI out of Salt Lake City replied that they could not comment on this matter.
Audio conversation from November 2022 with Agent Gunnerson exposing the fallacy of the white nationalism narrative…