The congressman heading the Committee on Homeland Security has sent an angry letter accusing the and of failing to brief lawmakers on the threat of domestic terrorism. He sent the letter just hours before 49 people were killed at New Zealand mosques and police arrested a suspect who had praised American white supremacists.
More suspects were arrested in the United States over the last two federal budget years than those inspired by foreign Islamic extremists, The Washington Post reported last week, citing figures from the FBI. Most domestic terrorism suspects are . But , so suspects are charged with weapon violations and other crimes.
Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) on Wednesday sent his demanding a committee briefing on the “evolving threat of