REPORT: FBI hasn’t and isn’t informing some Americans that they are on the ISIS kill list


You might be on an ISIS kill list, but you wouldn’t know it given the government is apparently unwilling or unable to give you a simple heads up.

From Circa News:

The FBI did not alert numerous Americans that they were placed on secret Islamic State kill lists or notify their local police about the potential dangers, a lapse in the government’s efforts to combat the terrorist group’s evolving strategy to target everyday citizens.

To date, the terror group that goes by the acronym ISIS has published on encrypted web sites several hit lists naming more than 15,000 people it would like to see killed by sleeper cells or lone wolves in New York, Texas, Florida and California.

The lists aren’t public but Circa News obtained copies of some and made sample calls to the everyday Americans who appeared on them, from college professors and military personnel to art collectors and homemakers.

As an outsider it’s easy to criticize, so luckily Circa found a former agent who would know and can confirm just how much incompetence is winning the day here, emphasis in bold is mine:

Chad Jenkins, a former FBI counterterrorism agent who now runs his own security firm, said he was flabbergasted by the lack of notification from his old agency.

“If we aren’t notifying private citizens that is a disservice,” Jenkins said. “If we’re not then we need to be asking those questions as fellow Americans why that’s not being done right now, especially with the evolving threat that we have seen so recently from ISIS inspired and ISIS themselves here in America.”

Meanwhile, in the face of terror attacks like the one in Orlando all Democrats seem to be interested in doing is fantasizing of an America where the second amendment is cut out of the Constitution with every citizen, including those on these lists, disarmed…for our safety of course.

See the entire piece here.

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