According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, there’s been a 37 percent increase in the number of militia groups in the United States. That’s 276 militia groups in their latest annual count, up from 202 in 2014. In 2008 the SPLC said there were only 42 groups but the movement exploded to 334 groups in 2011, after Hussein Obama was elected and began his assault on our Constitution.
But the problem with the reports from SPLC is the militia groups they include are typically the militia with “extreme anti-government doctrines” and believers of “groundless conspiracy theories” about the federal government. So their number doesn’t include the militia who are training for the day when our grid collapses and want to be able to protect themselves and their families or those that are training to protect the Constitution of our great Country.
Basically, the report from the SPLC sounds like propaganda and their “annual count” is under-reporting the real numbers. Their “annual count” is most likely funded by grants from the Feds.