Counter-terrorism, Domestic Terrorism, Islamic Terrorism, Secret Services, United States presidential inauguration
Communists have suffered a major setback with the presidential election of Donald Trump as witnessed by the extent of their vitriol, smears, propaganda, hate news, riots, protests and threats being levied against our nation and most of all, our incoming president.
While the chaos seemed to die down, it has flared up again since Barack Obama’s farewell campaign rally and dog whistles dispatched last week in Chicago, Illinois.
Then there are 40 plus Communist in the House (and the number is growing) who feigning outrage have announced that they will not attend Friday’s inauguration of our next president.
Besides playing for their global masters, what if their absence is connected to the threats of terrorism, massive harm and threats to lives of those engaging in this weekend’s inaugural activities which they themselves are guilty of fermenting?
Thus, the threat level surrounding inaugural activities from Thursday through Saturday and even after is at its highest level in decades courtesy of Islamic terrorism and domestic terrorists supported by bad actors in Congress, still in the White House and the global elites funding the threats to our liberty, faith, values and way of life.
WTOP News by J. J. Green
WASHINGTON — Members of U.S. law enforcement will deploy countermeasures to prevent a large truck attack, such as those that killed dozens in Nice, France and Berlin last year, from happening during the inauguration of Donald Trump as president.
But Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy and his partners are convinced attempts to launch other violent and dangerous acts are well within the realm of possibility.
Clancy said the threat environment for this inauguration and the campaign that led up to it is “different” from previous ones.
“I think people today are willing to do things they may not have been willing to do in the past,” Clancy said.
He cited several episodes that took place during the campaign, “where people jumped over those bike racks or security zones into our buffer. In the past, it was very rare for somebody to do that. Today, in this past campaign, people were willing to do it.”
Clancy was quick to point out, without saying how, that Secret Service agents know what to do when it happens.
IMPULSIVE OR PREPLANNED incidences of people jumping barricades are among the least of their concerns, though. The willingness of lone wolves and terror organizations to develop more creative plots are worries.
“We know that this (Washington region) is a high-profile [terror] target. It’s been attacked in the past, historically,” said Paul Abbate, the FBI’s executive assistant director for the Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services Branch[…]
H/t Pamela Geller.
Cross-posted at Grumpy Opinions.