re: #99 vxbush
Well, it is a thesis, an argument, not a proof. He lists several times in the past we’ve tried to overgeneralize violence on the part of a fringe element, and wound up overreacting and bringing in mainstream people. He looks at the reaction to Pearl Harbor and the Oklahoma City bombing in reasonable detail, and some other examples in less detail. From there, he tries to draw analogies to the current situation.
So, whether you consider these facts of his case or not probably depends on how much you accept arguing by analogy. I found it well written and well argued, and you can take that recommendation for what it’s worth.