Red Scare

Red Scare is a very descriptive term; it is clear unambiguous, effective. It is also a dishonest Propaganda term, one used as a weapon by  Jews.  It was tied into Joe McCarthy, who opposed Communist Infiltration. Portraying Joe as malicious oaf was easy. He was, but he was also on the right lines. Discrediting him was important to the enemies of America & of England too. This Wikipedia article is a propaganda piece in its own right. The tone of alleged fears, unreasonable over-reactions shows the use of Words as Propaganda Tools. It mentions Venona but does not mention that proved various communists were guilty as Hell. By the same token it does not mention The Iron Curtain Over America, a sober source of documented truth about Treason or Franklin D Roosevelt. It is a matter of well known fact that the Jews who ran the Bolsheviks were intent on world domination. The later scare, one sneered at as McCarthyism was justified. The Wiki's write up on him is another propaganda piece. NB that there is no mention of a third red scare. That is because Zionist Jews have infiltrated politics, the media etcetera so deeply that we have to pretend they do not exist.
PS If you think this is just history read Communist Infiltration, which was written by a Jew. She says the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, while the Subversion carried on.

Red Scare ex Wiki
The term Red Scare denotes the promotion of fear of a potential rise of communism or radical leftism, used by anti-leftist proponents. In the United States, the First Red Scare was about worker (socialist) revolution and political radicalism. The Second Red Scare was focused on national and foreign communists influencing society, infiltrating the federal government, or both.

First Red Scare (1919–1921)
The first Red Scare began following the Bolshevik Russian Revolution of 1917 and the intensely patriotic years of World War I as anarchist and left-wing social agitation aggravated national, social, and political tensions. Political scientist, and former member of the Communist Party, Murray B. Levin wrote that the "Red Scare" was "a nation-wide anti-radical hysteria provoked by a mounting fear and anxiety that a Bolshevik revolution in America was imminent—a revolution that would change Church, home, marriage, civility, and the American way of Life."[1] Newspapers exacerbated those political fears into xenophobia — because varieties of radical anarchism were becoming popular as perceived solutions to poverty, and the advocates were often recent European immigrants (cf. hyphenated-Americans). Moreover, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) backed several labor strikes in 1916 and 1917 that the press portrayed as radical threats to American society inspired by left-wing, foreign agents provocateur. Thus, the press misrepresented legitimate labor strikes as "crimes against society", "conspiracies against the government", and "Plots to establish Communism".[2].............

In 1919–20, several states enacted "criminal syndicalism" laws out-lawing advocacy of violence in effecting and securing social change. The restrictions included free speech limitations.

Second Red Scare (1947–1957)
The second Red Scare occurred after World War II (1939–45), and was popularly known as "McCarthyism" after its most famous supporter, Senator Joseph McCarthy. McCarthyism coincided with increased popular fear of communist espionage consequent to a Soviet Eastern Europe, the Berlin Blockade (1948–49), the Chinese Civil War, the confessions of spying for the Soviet Union given by several high-ranking U.S. government officials, and the Korean War............

The Second Red Scare profoundly altered the temper of American society. Its later characterization as anti-intellectual may be seen as contributory to the popularity of anti-communist espionage (My Son John, 1950) and science fiction movies (The Thing From Another World, 1951) with stories and themes of the infiltration, subversion, invasion, and destruction of American society by un–American thought and inhuman beings. Even a baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds, temporarily renamed themselves the “Cincinnati Redlegs” to avoid the money-losing and career-ruining connotations inherent in being ball-playing “Reds” (communists).

In 1995, the American government revealed details of the Venona Project indicating intelligence gathering by Americans for the Soviet Union from 1940 through 1980.[14][15]

The term has somewhat regained popularity among the right in America after the elections of President Barack Obama; the words have for instance been used by radio talkshow host Glenn Beck.[16][17]
This Wikipedia offering is propaganda. One reason that Obama was put up for president was being a protégé of Rahm Emanuel, an Israeli politician operating in Chicago. The major factor is that the Democratic Party is dominated by foreign interests such as Hispanic but mainly Zionist crazies.