Homeland Security Marked Pro-Life Moms ‘Radicalization Suspects’

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The Department of Homeland Security listed pro-life mothers among radicalization suspects in an internal, choose-your-own-adventure style memo.

The memo, obtained by a conservative legal watchdog, presents profiles of domestic extremists, including a female “middle-aged pro-life advocate”, and asks employees to confront each through “real-life decisions”.

“This is Ann, a resident of Elkville in rural America,” one example reads, displaying a picture of an average looking blonde woman.

“Ann has always been religious but since the death of her mother, she’s become increasingly devout. She’s a regular in the small-town community, active in several church groups. While she has always been protective of her four kids, she has become increasingly more concerned about the welfare of other children including the unborn.”

In further scenarios that branch off of the participant’s original choice of confrontation, “Ann” asks her preacher whether “the bible justifies violence in defense of life” and calls the mayor a “baby killer”.

A last scenario asks whether “Ann’s” longtime hairdresser should research pro-life groups that “Ann” mentions or contact the sheriff about her behavior.

Other examples of potential radicalization suspects include “Courtney” a “budding conspiracy theorist” who is “fixated on government conspiracy theories regarding government connections to child abuse and trafficking”, and “Pete” an “anti-gov/authority Abusive Parent/Stepdad”.

Reed Rubinstein, America First Legal’s senior counselor, said in a statement that DHS is “out of control”.

“The Department of Homeland Security’s transformation into a domestic intelligence organization and a Stasi-like Deep State internal security apparatus is alarming,” he said.

“It is a very long way from ‘see something, say something’ regarding an unattended suitcase at the airport to profiling patriotic and politically conservative Americans as abusive parents and domestic terrorists because they oppose abortion on demand and voted for former President Trump.”

The Department of Homeland Security has not addressed the material.


  1. Pro life conservative women should not be considered radicalization suspects. The radicals are in the pro abortion movement. Pro abortion groups have attacked pro life crisis pregnancy centers. It should not be considered radical to believe that babies in the womb deserve the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as expressed in the Declaration of Independence. Believing that women should have the right to abortion all nine months of a pregnancy is radical extremism.

  2. As a more than way past middle aged woman who is pro life, I find the possibility that whoever created the hit piece on conservative women actually works for and is paid for by me, disgusting. If anyone took that bigoted hate mindset to heart, they are the exact opposite of fostering Americas homeland security. Bush made a mistake creating Ridge should have put a
    “Disband/end” date on it. Homeland security bureaucrats seem to be ignoring the reason and purpose behind its creation, and seem to be following the dangers of the 30’s. They need to be fired.. Where do all these Woke bureaucrats come from?

  3. It saddens me, that my adoptive country, is going, not slowly but at a fast pace towards Socialism. Children are not being educated but en doctrined, making them believe the government’s version of history!! Now we see that, DHS instead of controlling its borders , they attack now helpless women and their unborn child? Why? Because rather than accept defeat, they go for the throat of future generations! They’re trying to control mankind! Thank God I won’t be around to see it happen, though I worry about the kind of country we’re leaving our children! Scary isn’t it!! Thank you Democrats for the ruining everything!

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