The threat of international terror has never been higher, despite certain American politicians’ complete and utter lack of concern on the subject.
While France has been inundated with ISIS-linked attacks spanning over a year, the United States has, thankfully, seen very few instances of Jihadi violence in recent months. According to a new report, however, it seems unlikely for that streak to continue.
“’We think that transnational terrorist attacks, in the near term, will probably remain steady. The group has been able to build a robust and redundant apparatus for conducting transnational terrorist attacks,’ said a U.S. defense official.
ISIS will likely continue to employ a less-centralized approach to attacks, the official said — one driven by slick, incendiary online messages. “’They have a lot of people in place already…