The Media Research Center uncovers disturbing evidence of the Biden Administration’s $40 million grant program, originally meant for anti-terrorism efforts, being used to target conservative groups and media outlets like Breitbart News. The program, known as the Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grant Program (TVTP), was expanded by the Biden administration to include controversial “media literacy and online critical thinking initiatives” that baselessly accuse conservative organizations of promoting violence and radicalization.
Under Biden’s watch, 80 grants totaling nearly $40 million were awarded, with public institutions and private organizations receiving equal shares. Shockingly, the University of Dayton, a grant recipient, used the funds to create a training program that equated conservative content from Breitbart News, Fox News, and other mainstream conservative organizations to far-right radicalization, even making outrageous comparisons to genocidal dictators.
Notably, some seminars within the program were led by Michael Loedenthal, a self-proclaimed member of Antifa who openly endorsed illegal activities to combat the so-called “far right.” The misuse of taxpayer funds to support such seminars raises serious concerns about the Biden administration’s intentions and its use of the federal government to target political opponents.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has taken swift action, vowing to hold those responsible accountable and proposing measures to prevent such abuses in the future. McCarthy aims to cut funding to organizations involved in censoring conservatives, signaling a strong commitment to ensuring freedom of speech and protecting American citizens from government overreach.
Prepare to be shocked by the Biden administration’s alarming tactics exposed in these documents. McCarthy’s promise to fight back against censorship and misuse of government agencies shows that conservatives are determined to restore fairness and transparency in our democracy.