By Lisa Haven

“Federal “material support” and conspiracy statutes allow the government to secure convictions without having to show that any specific act of terrorism has taken place, or is being planned, or even that a defendant intended to further terrorism.” ACLU Report

That is the unconstitutional quote found in the ACLU’s (American Center for Law and Justice) report, A Call to Courage Reclaiming our Liberties.

So much for their stance on “Reclaiming of our Liberties” idea. This quote goes against everything liberty and freedom stand for. It is a blatant attempt to imprison opposition without having to convict them of any crime or planned crime. A real life “Minority Report” in the making.

But where exactly did that claim originate? According to American law proving material support for “terrorism” (however that’s defined) is a crime prohibited by the US PATRIOT Act and codified in title 18 of the United States Code, sections 2339A and 2339B.

Can you image being arrested for simply sending money to an organization, handing out a pamphlet or promoting a website? Well this is exactly what the ACLU and our own American Law is talking about the federal government being allowed to do through their statues.

I guess the real question we need to ask ourselves is what does the government see as terrorist organizations and exactly which websites, people, and organizations are we not supposed to support that could get us on a “Hate List?”

The answer to those questions are quite scary. 

In the video below I delve through this very issue and prove multiple prominent Christian and patriotic organizations are on this list simply for taking a stance on a particular issue. They include everyone from Christian historian David Barton, to patriot Alex Jones.

The list was complied by the Southern Poverty Law Center, now hand-in-hand with the Department of Justice, and it will enrage you!!! Here is the breaking report…


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“Rightwing extremism in the United States can be broadly divided into those groups, movements, and adherents that are primarily hate-oriented (based on hatred of particular religious, racial or ethnic groups), and those that are mainly antigovernment, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely. It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration.” Rightwing Extremism Document

For More Information See:

Original Infowars Report-

Rightwing Document (pdf)-

CNS News-



ACLU Report (pdf)-

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