The Tri-State terror attack suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami, wrote at-length about “explosions in the streets and ranted about taking some sort of revenge against the United States government, Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported Wednesday.
“Americans are fed up with this,” Judge Jeanine Pirro said of perceived ‘weakness and ineptitude’ on behalf of the federal government in the fight against terrorism.
A former Islamic extremist now working as an anti-terrorism crusader with the Quilliam Foundation spoke with Megyn Kelly to break down the latest developments in the investigation into Tri-State area bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Sean Hannity to discuss the capture of New York-New Jersey bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami.
The appearance of Tri-State area terror suspect Ahmad Rahami “becoming more devout [and] radicalized” was “the key” to the investigation into possible terror cell ties and motives in the bombings over the weekend.
“I will bring an end to senseless acts of violence—one thing you have to do is degrade [them],” Donald Trump said of terrorist organizations and terror cells who threaten the United States.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer criticized the Obama administration’s “reluctance and denial” to flatly identify terrorism, including radical Islamic terrorism, as the culprit in ‘lone-wolf’ and other attacks on the American populace.