"Given our visibility we know they're serious people, bent on destruction," FBI Director James Comey said. (Hmmm, given your visibility...you mean like when you you guys couldn't see the radical Tsarneyev for the radical tea party forest because you think home grown terrorism is way more of a threat to us than radical muslims? Or the Ft. Hood terrorist attack #1 when Nidal Hasan tells the army what he wants to do and no one pays him any attention because they didn't want to hurt anyone's feelings? Lest they be fired for Islamaphobia? And then the next Ft. Hood terrorist attack, where was your visibility on any of those acts of terror? Given your visibility, or the lack there of, I have no faith in your ability to stop people bent on destruction. You can't even say the words RADICAL ISLAMIST!)
The Khorasan Group, a small but battle-hardened band of al-Qaida veterans from Afghanistan and Pakistan, was the target of U.S. strikes near Aleppo, Syria.(Yeah, the Khorasan Group you guys made up so you can do some CYA for the fact that AlQaeda had not been decimated/. Repeat after me...Khorasan is Al Qaeda and Al Qaeda is..well...Al Qaeda)
In an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS' "60 Minutes," Comey said the militants were "working and, you know, may still be working on an effort to attack the United States or our allies, and looking to do it very, very soon."(Oh? The terrorists...you say militants because you can't even bring yourself to say TERRORISTS..may be working to attack us very, very soon. Wow, this must be why they pay you guys the big bucks)
Senior U.S. officials have not said whether the group's plots have been disrupted. (Yeah, they won't say it, but I will....THE GROUP'S PLOTS HAVE NOT BEEN DISRUPTED OTHERWISE YOU GUYS WOULD NOW BE TOOTING YOUR OWN HORN...)
Comey said the U.S. believes there are about a dozen Americans fighting alongside extremist groups in Syria. He said if someone has fought alongside the Islamic State militant group and tries to come back to the U.S., "we will track them very carefully." (Notice how he says they will track people that go to Syria and fight alongside terrorists...notice here that they say extremist because they can't bring themselves to say terrorist...groups in Syria. They won't stop any of those guys from coming back into the U.S. but they will track them...Yeah uhuh...the way you are tracking the tens of thousands of illegals coming across the border and the Ebola virus which may show up in illegals coming across the border that you don't know about? Yeah, I don't have a lot of faith in your tracking abilities.)
He said Americans should have confidence in changes made since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, pointing to a government "better organized, better systems, better equipment, smarter deployment. We're better in every way that you'd want us to be since 9/11." (You can't possibly believe this hogwash. Americans should have confidence? Yeah we have confidence in the fact that our food and energy costs are skyrocketing due to money printing devaluing the dollar. We have confidence in the fact that the IRS will target you if you don't think the way the administration wants you to think. We have confidence the fact the justice is no longer colorblind and if you are black and wear an intimidating Black Panthers uniform while carrying your nightstick to a polling location to intimidate voters you will not be prosecuted. We have confidence in the fact that there is no competent branch of government left and if you think we are better in every way since 9/11 then you must live in a D.C zip code because no one else believes that.We also know that there will be another terrorist attack on U/S soil and we have ZERO confidence that you can guys can stop it...)
Everyday we read articles like this that MUST be written by the administration's own people. This is propaganda. We essentially have our own Ministry of Misinformation/Disinformation. That's OK MSM, the alternative media has your back and will be reporting what you guys can't bring yourselves to write...the truth.
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