Terror Risk Skyrockets, And This Is Why

The world has always been dangerous, but the risk significantly increases when government actions put American citizens in danger due to blindness, ignorance, or overt deliberate action; this is precisely what has been happening in the US since January 2021. The nation is susceptible to terrorist attacks, which are certain to occur eventually. Experts in counterterrorism are issuing a warning, but it appears that few in Washington are paying attention.

“There are a lot of things coming together right now that might make a terrorist assault on American soil much more possible than it could have been,” says Paul Mauro, a former NYPD inspector with almost 15 years of experience in counterterrorism. According to Mauro, determining who has the capability, incentive, and chance to carry out a lethal scheme is the best way to evaluate the likelihood of a fresh attack.”

“Since 9/11, the world has shrunk significantly. Drones are a thing, and the internet is becoming more widely connected in places where it previously wasn’t. Using a satellite similar to Elon Musk’s, you can obtain an uplink. If you’re still in the [terror] business, you have all this time to develop capabilities after 9/11, you have AI capabilities, and you can access the internet from the Hindu Kush mountains.”

Those are concerning things. However, things get significantly worse. There’s already one indication of the most serious danger we’ve encountered.

It’s terrible when planes crash into buildings. An attack similar to the one that occurred on October 7th would be devastating. However, a biological assault? That might have disastrous consequences.

Biological weapons are possibly the worst of the “weapons of mass destruction” trinity: nuclear, biological, and chemical. In a convention center, on a subway, on a bus, or any other enclosed area with a large crowd of people, biological agents can spread undetected. While the detonation of a nuclear bomb primarily causes damage, it leaves behind residual radiation. Most chemical agents break down over time; some do so in minutes, while others take days or weeks to decompose. Nevertheless, biology reproduces. They spread from victim to victim, potentially killing millions if a mysteriously managed lab in the United States discovers a biological agent with a lengthy half-life and great lethality.

Those who commit these assaults may already be here.

I have been hammering this drum for a while now, and I will continue to do so. Our boundaries are practically nonexistent. Without any checks or vetting, millions of people have entered the nation illegally, and when caught, we simply wave them back with a nod and a wink. Most of them are individuals whose identities, destinations, and plans are unknown to us. It’s not merely a criminal issue. It relates to national security. The Biden administration is falling short when it comes to protecting Americans’ property and liberties.

People from all over the world have arrived in the country. Individuals from Latin America, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and various other regions—all without screening or vetting, and many hailing from countries with a poor reputation for their citizens—would likely refuse to cooperate with an American inquiry seeking details about a dubious individual from their country.

All of this is a consequence of the Biden administration’s misconduct. There will be blood on the hands of the Biden administration.

Author: Scott Dowdy


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