FBI: ISIS related threats in all 50 states. Are Obama and Kerry ever aware?

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Is this going to be an 'intelligence failure'? Is the administration going to say, "We lacked imagination that there could have been a threat?" Guess what? There is a threat.
DISTRBING FBI Director Divulges Massive ISIS Investigations Currently Being Conducted Here In The United States
Listening to Security of State John Kerry’s bazaar statement, that we are “in a period of less daily threat to America and to the people of the world”, one can’t help but wonder what type of medication the good Security is on. To say there’s a “disconnect” between what is actually taking place around the world and Kerry’s rose colored vision, is quite frankly a disturbing understatement.

And nothing can be more apparent of that fact, then what FBI Director James Comey outlined in a recent speech to law enforcement officers in Mississippi, about the unfolding threat of ISIS on the homeland, and the potential of homegrown terrorists within our mist. The Director went on to outline that the FBI has opened up “cases of suspects who may be tied to ISIS in 49 states of the United States”, he later amended that number to also include Alaska, as the 50th state.

U.S. officials have estimated that there are approximately 100 American citizens that have either gone or are going in and out of Syria to fight for ISIS, and not all of them can be identified or known to law enforcement authorities, which of course pose additional problems in identifying those that may be coming back to the homeland.
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/20/us/politics/fbi-chief-not-invited-to-meeting-on-extremists.html
The White House did not invite the most senior American official charged with preventing terrorist attacks — the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey — to the three-day conference this week on countering violent extremism in the United States and abroad because the administration did not want the event too focused on law enforcement issues, according to senior American officials.

But Mr. Comey’s Russian counterpart — Aleksandr V. Bortnikov, the director of the Russian Federal Security Service, the post-Soviet K.G.B. — was at the meeting, even though international human rights groups have repeatedly accused the Russian security service of unjustly detaining and spying on Russians and others.​


 

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What!!!??? How can you be worried about this when...didnt you see where cops shot that thug!!?!?! Thats what we should focus on!
 
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FBI Arrests ISIS Cell in New York for Plotting Attacks on Obama Other US Targets United with Israel
Juraboev also provided the FBI with a written statement about his beliefs. One part of the testimony reads, “Islamic right is fighting under caliphate against polytheists and infidels,” including Christians.​

The second suspect, Akhror Saidakhmetov, 19, from Kazakhstan, also voiced support for ISIS and posted on the Uzbek website, praising the clips claiming that the Islamic State is fulfilling “end of times” prophecies. He was arrested at Kennedy Airport, where he had been attempting to board a flight to Istanbul en route to Syria, authorities said.

In September 2014, a confidential informant for the FBI at an unidentified mosque approached Juraboev and pretended to support ISIS. The informant met Saidakhmetov the next day and the three discussed plans to join ISIS in Syria by traveling through Turkey.

Their conversations were recorded by the informant, proving vital information on how the two suspects were planning terrorist plots inside the US. One of their ideas was to join the US military in order to share battlefield knowledge with the Islamic State, but Juraboev doubted whether Saidakhmetov would be able to carry through with the plan. Although Saidakhmetov professed that he would open fire on US soldiers if caught, the plan was eventually scrapped.

Saidakhmetov also vowed that he would go on a shooting spree against police officers and the FBI headquarters if blocked from going to Syria.

The third suspect, an Uzbek named Abror Habibov, 30, is an Islamic State supporter who was willing to sponsor the other two to go to Syria.​
 

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We must import more so DHS can take your rights away to protect you.
 

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