In the wake of last weekend’s mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, President Joe Biden and the Democrats are reviving a bill to crack down on domestic terrorism. But that legislation would strengthen the agencies that have long targeted surveillance and policing on Muslim communities, and that are known to have white supremacists among their ranks.

In addition to a recap of The Lever’s reporting this week, this edition of Lever Weekly features reporting from people who have been covering domestic policing and surveillance in the context of the so-called War on Terror for years.

Read all about it in this week’s Lever Weekly, exclusively for supporting subscribers.

Also In Today’s Weekend Reader:

What the liberal focus on disinformation is getting wrong.

The central contradiction of New Democrats’ approach to policymaking.

What the Buffalo massacre teaches us about the tradeoff between privacy and “security.”