Experts Warn of Independence Day Terror—No Mention Of Muslim Immigration
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July 4 is coming up, and citizens have been advised to keep an eye peeled in case jihad enthusiasts decide to blow up some infidels for Allah's pleasure.

The suits who dispensed the warnings didn’t mention how this threat arrived in America, because the source –namely Muslim immigration — was entirely preventable. Instead we hear about vague “homegrown” terrorists who learn about bombs over the internet. I’ve never seen any analysis of how many of these homegrowns were truly unconnected with any live Muslims who provided influence in the jihad direction, but the desire of the press and government to avoid the Immigration cause is strong.

Rob O’Neill, the SEAL who delivered bin Laden to allah, appeared on Fox News Saturday to discuss the terror threat, and he did not fear to mention the obvious dangers from open borders and admitting likely enemies as refugees or immigrants.

ANNA KOOIMAN: Is this [terror attack] something that we need to be worried about ahead of Independence Day?

O’NEILL: Absolutely, but we should be worried about it every day, especially with our border in the south that’s not secure at all. We’ve got refugees coming in from Iraq pretty much every single day. You don’t know who else is coming over. These are just the people turning themselves in. They remember they are at war with us even though we sometimes forget. Yeah, they’re going to hit us here.

ISIS and similar Islam armies are on the march around the Middle East and beyond, so it’s not surprising they would want to hit America on a day of celebration.

Fourth of July terror warning issued by FBI, Homeland Security, USA Today, June 27, 2015

Federal authorities have warned local law enforcement officials across the country about a heightened concern involving possible terror attacks targeting the July 4th holiday, a U.S. law enforcement official said.

While there was no specific or credible threat of attack, the official said the intelligence bulletin prepared by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI alerted local colleagues to the ongoing threats posed by the Islamic State and other homegrown extremists. The official was not authorized to comment publicly.

The bulletins are frequently issued in advance of major U.S. holidays out of an abundance of caution and concern that operatives may exploit the timing to generate greater attention.

The warning comes as federal investigators have worked to disrupt a number of Islamic State-inspired plots, including a planned assault earlier this month on police officers in Boston. In that case, authorities fatally shot Usaamah Rahim as he allegedly planned to attack police with military-style knives.

Also this month, a New York suspect in a Islamic State-related terror investigation was arrested after attacking an FBI agent with a kitchen knife during a search of his home.

Fareed Mumuni, 21, was charged with attempted murder, after he emerged as a suspect in alleged plots to use pressure-cooker explosives and knives to attack police.

In a statement Friday following attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said local law enforcement was being encouraged to be “vigilant and prepared” in preparation for July 4th celebrations.

“We will also adjust security measures, seen and unseen, as necessary to protect the American people,” Johnson said. “We continue to encourage all Americans to attend public events and celebrate this country during this summer season, but always remain vigilant.”

The secretary also referred to last week’s the deadly Charleston church shooting, saying that such “acts of mass violence will never divert, discourage or frighten us.”

“The alleged killer sought to divide us,” Johnson said. “Instead, his actions appear to have had the opposite effect in South Carolina, where people of different races have come together to denounce the tragedy and mourn those killed.”

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