Noor Bin Ladin, the niece of the former Al-Qaida terrorist group chief Osama Bin Laden, who masterminded the 9/11 attacks, denounced the deplorable state in which the “traitorous establishment” has America, referring to President Joe Biden and the Democrats.  

“This is why I am heartbroken by the state in which America finds herself today, with her foundational values besmirched and her sovereignty almost fully usurped by her ruling class,” Bin Ladin wrote in a recent essay quoted by Revolver News on May 2. 

She also denounced “America’s globalist class” for accusing right-wing patriots as white supremacists, extremists, and domestic terrorists.

“That Biden would compare the non-event of 1/6 to 9/11 and compare Americans to some of the worst barbarians on Earth is despicable, and a slap in the face to all those who have suffered from real terror attacks,” Bin Ladin ads.

Writer Bin Ladin expresses her deep dissatisfaction with the current administration, moved by her love for the country, and does not hesitate to assert that it will overcome the current crisis. 

“Whether foreign or domestic, her enemies don’t stand a chance in the face of American Patriotism and Courage. Love of Freedom, God and Country is more powerful than the conniving, evil designs of the globalist ruling class,” she says with conviction. 

Interestingly, Bin Ladin did not know her uncle, but she saw in his library that he had studied America in depth. She studies it too, but because she loves it and the deterioration America has suffered for decades, she finds it painful.   

“The same measures enacted to protect Americans from foreign threats are now being used to terrorize them if they dare to question the legitimacy of their rulers,” she observed.

For Bin Ladin, the comparison of the 9/11 attack with the Jan. 6 demonstration is utterly inconsistent. It only seeks to “impugn President Trump and justify the persecution of anyone who dares to question the outcome of the 2020 election.”

Notwithstanding its falsity, the consequences faced by protesters of the alleged “insurrection” are very real.

“Roughly 400 people have been arrested since 1/6, with many still currently held in jail, including in solitary confinement,” explained Bin Ladin.

She added: “Since that day, the regime has waged an unabashed attack on the character of Trump supporters, labeling them as domestic terrorists, extremists or white supremacists.”

Nearly four months later, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas, with deep ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), weighed in last week. 

“Domestic violent extremism poses the most lethal and persistent terrorism-related threat to our country today,” he asserted.

He added,  “As we work to safeguard our Nation, we must be vigilant in our efforts to identify and combat domestic violent extremism within both the broader community and our own organization.  Hateful acts and violent extremism will not be tolerated within our Department.” 

Despite the fierce persecution, they are victims of, former President Trump’s supporters adhere to legality and hope to defeat their Democratic opponents in fair elections as soon as next year’s midterm elections.

On the other hand, the election audit underway in Arizona could hold surprises that substantially alter the results of the 2020 presidential election and restore the rights that voters are seeking.