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Avril Haines, the new Director of National Intelligence released a report headlined, “Domestic Violent Extremism Poses Heightened Threat in 2021,” according to The Washington Times.

The letter was signed by all 10 committee Republicans.

The letter called the four-page DNI report “misleading” with a “deceptive nature.”

“It is our view that your office, and the elements of the IC for which you are responsible under the auspices of the National Security Act and National Intelligence Program, are subject to longstanding prohibitions against domestic activities,” the letter states.

“We are alarmed by the lack of explanation provided by the authors to justify the ODNI’s production of such a report.”

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Republicans argue that the report that was drafted by the National Counter-Terrorism Center, which is an agency designed to focus on foreign threats such as al Qaeda, ISIS, and other groups that intend harm for the United States violates federal law.

“Based on the scope contained in the report, declared IC [intelligence community] involvement, classification markings, and ultimately the content itself, we are concerned that IC elements and personnel acted beyond their legal authority in its production,” the Republicans say.

“For example, the explicit statement that this report was ‘prepared under the auspices of the DNI’ and ‘drafted’ by the NCTC appears to contravene the express statutory limitation on NCTC’s authorities on intelligence pertaining exclusively to domestic terrorism. Under current law, the NCTC is authorized only to ‘receive… retain and disseminate such intelligence.’”

The Republican letter reads, “While we acknowledge the seriousness of the domestic violence extremist threat and the need for a coordinated federal response, the involvement of the Intelligence Community in this circumstance should be limited to an examination of potential foreign ties, such as foreign influence, direction or funding of DVEs.”

“There are numerous federal agencies with the requisite authority and subject matter expertise to produce a report on this topic, with appropriate support from the IC.”

The letter argues that DNI Haines calls the report an intelligence assessment but it is the product of the vigorous Intelligence Community Assessments.

“The IC assesses that domestic violent extremists (DVEs) who are motivated by a range of ideologies and galvanized by recent political and societal events in the United States pose an elevated threat to the Homeland in 2021.”

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The DNI says the most lethal attacks will come from racially or ethnically inspired extremists.

The DNI singled out right-wing militias like the Oath Keepers.

“The IC assesses that the [militia] threat increased last year and that it will almost certainly continue to be elevated throughout 2021 because of contentious sociopolitical factors that motivate MVEs to commit violence,” the report said.

“Did you authorize any individual or element of the IC to search or examine US person information contained within an IC system or database for the purpose of supporting the production of this report on domestic violent extremists? If not, are you aware of any such activities?”

“Today’s report underscores how we face the greatest threat from racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists, especially white supremacists, and militia violent extremists,” House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said.

The DNI report said, “All agencies involved are mindful of the duty to respect privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties and to act within the authorities granted to them as they seek to put together as complete an intelligence and analytic picture as is possible.”

The DNI report lists four major DVE categories:

Racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists

Anti-government/anti-authority violent extremists

Animal rights/environmental violent extremists

Abortion-related violent extremists

From The Washington Times:

It also says that white supremacists have “the most persistent and concerning transnational connections.”

The anti-government extremists fit the definitions of militias, who contend the U.S. government exceeds powers granted by the Constitution, as well as left-wing Antifa, the Portland Oregon-centered group that wants an end to capitalism and to America.

The Republican letter asks the DNI a series of questions, such as, “Under what authority were National Intelligence Program personnel and resources expended for the generation of a report concerning domestic violent extremists?”

While the Nunes letter criticizes the DNI, House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, California Democrat, applauded.