In the past, Islamic terrorists have attacked the United States with vehicles, bombs, guns and airplanes. Since 9/11, the US government created TSA to keep our skies safer, although recent reports cast some doubt as to how well they are doing this. A pair of Islamic terrorists shot a crowd at a Christmas party and a pair of brothers used pressure cooker bombs at the Boston Marathon.
The most recent terrorist attack took place in New York City when an ISIS sympathizer drove a rented truck onto a bike path, killing pedestrians and cyclists.
The Department of Homeland Security is not issuing warnings of possible terrorist attacks using chemical weapons, more airplanes and even unmanned remote control drones.
The Department of Homeland Security has released an updated terror bulletin that highlights the threat of weaponized drones, chemical attacks and the continued targeting of commercial planes.
“We continue to face one of the most challenging threat environments since 9/11, as foreign terrorist organizations exploit the internet to inspire, enable or direct individuals already here in the homeland to commit terrorist acts,” according to the bulletin.
The National Terrorism Advisory System bulletin, which replaced the old color-coded system, provides the public and law enforcement a summary about ongoing and potentially new terror threat.
“The current bulletin introduces unmanned aircraft systems as potential threats and highlights sustained concern regarding threats against commercial aviation and air cargo,” DHS acting press secretary Tyler Houlton said in a statement…
Thanks to Barack Obama’s lax immigration policies and unwillingness to secure the border, there is no telling how many Islamic terrorists are already in America and planning the next major attack. This is why President Donald Trump has been trying to enact stricter security in order to keep us all safer, but neo-com Democrats and judges continue to block his efforts as if inviting a terrorist attack.