The Hill and others are talking still about the problem of labeling 'half of America' 'domestic terrorists'
About 3 homicides per year in the US are possibly motivated by racial hatred. There are 15-20k homicides in the US per year.
Below is a chart the Hill shared, which shows attacks and deaths for each year.
The second image shows PayPal Park in San Jose, which has a capacity of 18k. So that many people are murdered per year (is that accurate?). Three of those guys on that bleacher over on the other side were possibly motivated by hate, ie possibly 'racial supremacists.'
When they talk about the current attempt to create a political cause for 'domestic terrorism' critics talk about 'the war on terror' which they see as doing the same thing for the past 20 years.
According to AP, this many people died in America's 'Longest War' in Afghanistan:
American service members killed in Afghanistan through April: 2,448.
U.S. contractors: 3,846.
Afghan national military and police: 66,000.
Other allied service members, including from other NATO member states: 1,144.
Afghan civilians: 47,245.
Taliban and other opposition fighters: 51,191.
Aid workers: 444.Journalists: 72
In the Iraq War (2003-2011), between 151k and 1m Iraqis died, estimated, and 4500 US troop deaths.