9/11 Truther, Touré Neblett, suggested Monday that there’s too much focus on the fact that ISIS poses an imminent national security threat to the continental U.S.
“ISIS has not completed a major international terror attack ever and there is no publicly known intel that they are currently trying to attack on the U.S. homeland,” Touré said on “The Cycle.”
“But as opposed to al Qaeda which was constantly letting us know, we want to attack inside the United States. ISIS is not currently stating that. So, are some people overstating the vulnerability to the American homeland, the desire for ISIS to attack us here?” he asked.
Yes, Touré is a tool. Anybody who believes, as he does, that President George W. Bush planned 9/11, should be pitied and pilloried.
But Touré is on national television five days a week. He has influence. What he doesn’t have is awareness.
If he did, he’d know that ISIS sent America this message last month: “We will drown all of you in blood.”
Perhaps Touré missed this photograph showing an ISIS message in Arabic that said, “We are here #America near our #target 🙂 sooooooooooooon.” The photo was taken in front of the White House and was first tweeted on August 9th.
on June 30, another ISIS threat was launched from Chicago. This time the threatening message had the backdrop of the Old Republic Building in Chicago. It said, “We are in your state. We are in your cities. We are in your streets. You are our goals anywhere.”
ISIS has beheaded two Americans, and in each video the executioner has issued warnings to America.
Surely Touré must know this. He’s wrong on just about every issue, but he is in the news business.
But what else would you expect from a man who believes the government planned 9/11?
This fascinating video raises questions about the Pentagon attack: 757 or missle? http://bit.ly/12AOlN
— Touré (@Toure) September 7, 2009
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