After successfully suing the Biden administration into scrapping a so-called “expert” national security panel, America First Legal is spilling the beans on the now-defunct “Homeland Intelligence Experts Group.”

This “expert” panel included geniuses like James Clapper and John Brennan, infamous for their dubious integrity and Hunter Biden laptop lies. The group’s brilliant ideas? Get Americans to spy on each other and label Trump supporters as “domestic terrorists.” The kicker? They even brainstormed ways to rebrand snooping as a public health matter to make it more palatable. Classic deep-state shenanigans at their finest.

Here’s a bit of what RedState had to report on the issue:

“America First Legal (AFL) scored a significant win last month when it sued the Biden administration and forced it to jettison a panel of “experts” who were supposedly working on better ways to protect national security.

“Now, as a result of the lawsuit, AFL has gathered some rather juicy details about the Homeland Intelligence Experts Group’s inner workings and is publishing them in a series called the “Deep State Diaries.” If the first two releases are any indication, this group was pretty busy before it was dissolved.

As RedState previously reported, Alejandro Mayorkas brought on James Clapper and John Brennan to take part in a panel of national security “experts” to help with issues regarding “terrorism, fentanyl, transborder issues, and emerging technology,” at the DHS.

Both men are credibly accused of lying to Congress and you’ll know them as two of the men responsible for declaring the New York Post story about Hunter Biden’s laptop being “Russian disinformation,” a lie that ended up having positive effects for Biden during the 2020 election.

According to the DHS, this group of experts that these two men would be taking part in would hold “a wide range of views and perspectives, with a membership that includes former senior intelligence officials, journalists, and prominent human rights and civil liberties advocates.”

For starters, the documents suggest that the committee was seeking ways to encourage Americans to snitch on one another to the authorities over suspicious behavior.

By the time the Homeland Intelligence Experts Group was announced in September 2023, the Group had already been meeting for as long as four months. However, during that September meeting, the Group held a discussion on “Collection Posture and Associated Challenges,” where a Group member (likely someone from DHS) complained that there was “no mandate for state land local partners” to collect information which resulted in “limited access in I&A.”

They continued that while “support for this mission set has varied,” it had “changed after January 6th,” as their mission to combat domestic terrorism gained “departmental support” and “political” support.

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