“The FBI has more than doubled its domestic terrorism caseload in little more than a year and a half and doubled the amount of bureau personnel working on domestic terrorism investigations, FBI Director Chris Wray testified Tuesday. ‘The domestic terrorism caseload has exploded,’ Wray said during an appearance before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. ‘Since the spring of 2020… we’ve more than doubled our domestic terrorism caseload, from about 1,000 to around 2,700 investigations,’ Wray said. ‘We’ve surged personnel to match, more than doubling the amount of people working that threat from the year before.'”
“The stark jump is in part due to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, which has resulted in more than 600 arrests (with hundreds more arrests in the works). Wray, responding to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), said the domestic terrorism caseload had been on the rise in the years before the Jan. 6 attack. ‘[It] has been going up quite significantly over the past few years,’ Wray said. ‘It’s been a really significant jump there'” – Huffington Post.