CHILLING REPORT from DHS: Another 9/11 looms

As federal judges stall President Trump’s efforts to keep terrorists out of the U.S. by banning incoming travelers from six countries known for sponsoring terrorists, a chilling new report has been issued from the Department of Homeland Security.  The report warns that the U.S. now faces the same level of threat as it did prior to 9/11.

The countries on the president’s travel ban: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, are full of Muslim extremists who want to kill Americans. With that in mind, the Department of Homeland Security has updated the National Terrorism Advisory System stating: “We face one of the most serious terror threat environments since the 9/11 attacks as foreign terrorist organizations continue to exploit the Internet to inspire, enable, or direct individuals already here in the homeland to commit terrorist acts.”

In other words, the U.S. is harboring dangerous terrorists.

On Monday night, DHS said, “Terrorist groups are urging recruits to adopt easy-to-use tools to target public places and events. Specific attack tactics have included the use of vehicle ramming, small arms, straight-edged blades or knives, and homemade explosives, as well as other acts such as taking hostages.”

According to the DHS, these terrorists are coming from countries where they have been trained to commit unspeakable acts of terror against the American public, regardless of race, religion, creed or sex.

“Additionally, foreign terrorist fighters who have acquired training and battle-tested terrorism experience are likely to flee from terrorist-controlled territories with a desire to conduct attacks elsewhere, including the United States,” says DHS.

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