Chicago A Top Terror Target; Ominous Tweet Connects ISIS Threat In City

John Dodge
CBS Chicago
August 22, 2014

Over the past six years, Chicago has become a top potential target for international terrorists, a top security expert said Friday, making the posting of a veiled threat by Islamic radicals on Twitter a higher cause for concern.

“Many organizations refer to Chicago as Obama Town,” said CBS 2 security expert Ross Rice, a former top FBI agent in Chicago. Under President Obama, the U.S. took out Osama bin Laden, and used repeated drone strikes to weaken terror networks.

In the meantime, the U.S. government on Friday issued a security bulletin to all U.S. law enforcement in light of the overall threat posed by Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS or ISIL.

The ominous post on Twitter, purportedly from somebody connected with Islamic State, shows a photo of the Old Republic Building, 307 N. Michigan Ave., in Chicago and the White House.

The text reads:

We are in your state
We are in your cities
We are in your streets

You are our goals anywhere.

Where has everyone been? Obama and other NATO nations have been arming and supporting these groups for years; they used them in Egypt, they used them in Libya, and they tried to use them in Syria. And it is not like this has been kept covert; Romney stated himself, during his campaign in 2012, that he would continue to aid “rebels” (uh – terrorists) that were fighting the Syrian government. 
What is it going to take for people to finally wake up?
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