Thanks to the weakness of Biden and his administration, our enemies are on the move… Biden has even funded some of these groups and countries.
And the war on Israel has activated terrorists.
This Biden administration/State Department weakness has made America, Israel, and the world a much more dangerous place.
Here are 5 terrifying things you should know…
1) Israel war sparks historic terrorist threat in U.S.
With the successful attacks on innocent civilians in Israel and the tepid and contradictory response of the Biden administration, foreign radical Islamic terrorist organizations like al Qaeda have called for attacks on the U.S.
Iran and China could inflict horrific terror with sleeper cells.
We are talking about shootings, bombings, sabotage of water and electric plants, and much more.
Are malls safe now?
A terrorist wants to create terror… and create as much destruction and fear as possible.
2) Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran, and others—No different than ISIS in violent, radical Islam
Hamas is an Iran-backed terror group that controls Gaza. They were Founded in 1988 during the First Intifada and are an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, which started in Egypt.
Hamas has 2 goals according to its charter: the end of the Jewish state and the creation of an Islamic state from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
Its more immediate goal is the “liberation of Palestine” and the “return” of the Palestinian people to what is Israel.
Hamas has been receiving funding, arms, and training from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) since the early 1990s. Hamas even has an office in Tehran.
The U.S. State Department reported that Iran had provided more than $100 million annually to Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and more than $700 million annually to support other terrorist groups, including Hezbollah.
3) FBI warns Americans
FBI Director Christopher Wray said in a Senate hearing that “there is an “elevated” terrorism risk in the US following Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel — including a possibility of homegrown supporters of the jihadist group engaging in violence.”
“The reality is that the terrorism threat has been elevated throughout 2023, but the ongoing war in the Middle East has raised the threat of an attack against Americans in the United States to a whole new level,” Wray said.
“We assess that the actions of Hamas and its allies will serve as an inspiration the likes of which we haven’t seen since ISIS launched its so-called ‘caliphate’ several years ago,” Wray said as he testified before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. “In just the past few weeks, multiple foreign terrorist organizations have called for attacks against Americans and the West.”
“We also cannot and do not discount the possibility that Hamas or another foreign terrorist organization may exploit the current conflict to conduct attacks here on our own soil,” Wray warned.
4) Biden opens the door to terrorists- Southern border out of control
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has identified 169 known terrorists at the Southwest border in 2023— Over 268 since Biden took office.
However, there have been over 1.7 million known “gotaways,” since Biden took office, creating a hidden threat that could bring another 9/11-like terrorist event to the U.S.
5) Most people don’t remember 9/11 fear and terror
It’s been 22 years since the terror attack that brought down the Twin Towers in New York City. On that fateful day on September 11th, 2001, 19 Islamist jihadists from the terrorist group al-Qaeda hijacked 4 American jetliners.
Fifteen of them were citizens of Saudi Arabia, two were from the United Arab Emirates, one was from Egypt, and one was from Lebanon.
Two of the planes slammed into the Twin Towers in NYC.
One plane slammed into the Pentagon building in Washington, DC.
The other plane, Flight 93, never made it to its intended target (most believe it was headed for the White House), when several brave passengers thwarted the hijacker’s plans. The plane crashed into an open field in Pennsylvania.
Over 2,996 people died that day.
In a recent survey, 93% of Americans 30 and older said they can remember exactly where they were when the planes hit the World Trade Center.
However, the memory and impact of 9/11 is lost among those under 30. Just 2 out of 3 Americans remember 9/11. Forty percent misremember the events.
According to the American Identity Research Project study:
“Younger Americans are much more likely to choose “I don’t know” when asked what “Never Forget” means – 15% of Generation Z, for example, compared with 4% of Baby Boomers, said, “I don’t know.”
Gen Z and Millennials are much less likely than Americans over 40 to describe the post-9/11 nation as patriotic and united.”
6) What you should do
- If you see something, say something—call the authorities regarding anything that looks suspicious.
- Be aware of your surroundings… be vigil.
- If you can legally own and carry a firearm, carry it with you in case you need it.
- Vote in 2024 for candidates that want to secure the border.
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