April 12, 2024

Carlos F Velázquez

FBI director Christopher Wray says the FBI expects an ISIS or al-Queda attack on U.S. soil sooner or later. I say probably sooner as a result of all the unknown foreign nationals Biden has allowed to invade through the Southern border.

He also says: "The Chinese cyber program is larger than any other governments' programs, Wray said, adding that it outnumbers the United States' 50 to one. The country's Chinese cyber threat and "mafia-like" tactics make it particularly worrisome, he added."

Please don't take this to imply that I support their spying on American citizens.

Foreign terrorists targeting US 'increasingly concerning': FBI director

A word from Tim:

Sooner.Possibly before the election to influence events. Generally Americans rally around the president in times of war and would probably re-elect Joe Biden. Or that at least is what I suspect a terrorist group would believe.

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