ISIS Announced Florida Threat THREE Days Ago: “We Will Attack Florida”

How many red flags do there need to be before liberals doing anything?

Let’s recap what we know about the Orlando shooter thus far: he celebrated 9/11, has been under investigation by the FBI for “alleged” links to terrorism, beat his wife, and is the son of a Taliban sympathizer. Oh, and his coworkers ignored his “unhinged” behavior because he was a Muslim and they didn’t want to be branded Islamophobic.

It truly couldn’t have been made any more obvious that this man was a threat. Even worse, the attack happened just days after ISIS warned of an attack on American soil. The Gateway Pundit reported that:

ISIS Muslim terrorists released a statement on their plan to attack Florida, and even put out a list with the names of people in Florida that they plan on killing. According to one report:

A pro-Isis group has released a hit list with the names of more than 8,000 peoplemostly Americans.

More than 600-people live in Florida, and one security expert believes that many of those targeted live in Palm Beach County and on the Treasure Coast.

The “United Cyber Caliphate” that hacked U.S. Central Command, 54,000 Twitter accounts and threatened President Barack Obama is the same pro-Isis group that’s reportedly created a “kill list” with the names, addresses and emails of thousands of civilian Americans.

Reports of the list came to light online when Vocativ reported the list was shared via the encrypted app, Telegram, and called on supporters to kill.

Former FBI agent-turned lawyer Stuart Kaplan says the threat is especially alarming, because the people on this list are civilians who don’t have the security necessary to protect themselves.

“It’s going to create some hysteria,” he said…

Next time our enemies give us a heads up – let’s listen.

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