During her mission, Bee met with former Homeland Security analyst Daryl Johnson, who said the threat of domestic terrorism was being vastly overlooked.
“A bulk of the terrorist attacks in this country are coming from right-wing extremists who are white terrorists,” Johnson said. “These attacks happen practically on a monthly basis.”
Bee also interviewed some former neo-Nazis, including Christian Picciolini who was forced to crowdfund his anti-white terrorist outreach group Life After Hate after the Trump administration stripped its $400,000 grant.
Check out the full segment above, and watch Bee’s opening monologue below: