GLENN BECK, HOST: Well, I got up this morning. I came into the office and I start reading and I see a report and I'm thinking, oh, this is actually an important story.
How do you know about domestic terror? How do you know about these militia groups? Who are they? You know, what is growing around us?
We are in trouble in America. We're in trouble because of the activities in Washington. They have taught us not to trust them. The Democrats have taught us not to trust the Republicans. The Republicans have taught us not to trust the Democrats, and so we didn't.
And then we realized, oh, my gosh, they're both lying to us. They don't actually stand for a single principle. So now what happens? Well, now, you cling to that boom stick and you worship your sky god.
Well, listen up. Here is who is growing. The government has done a study now to help authorities identify domestic terrorists. See if any of these potential warning signs seem familiar.
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The report was put together by the Missouri Information Analysis Center. It warns that militia members, most commonly associate with third-party political groups. They may display constitutional party, campaign for liberty or libertarian material.
Militia members are quote, "usually supporters of Ron Paul or Chuck Baldwin or Bob Barr." A motivation for militia activity, according to the government now, is the anticipation of the economic collapse of the U.S. Government.
Oh. And the report continues that militia members may have cartoons and bumper stickers. Yes, with anti-government rhetoric. Or sometimes, they'll have a Ron Paul bumper sticker, or they'll have this flag, "Don't tread on me." Oh, it's a snake!
This is a flag that was used during the Revolutionary War. It reads, "Don't tread on me." The rattlesnake has 13 rattles on it, representing the 13 colonies and they're never to be split apart or it doesn't rattle and warn people.