You’ve been hearing it in the news all week: Terrorists organizations are targeting the U.S. homeland in a big way this weekend.
Hundreds of thousands of messages are being intercepted and now details are emerging about arrests. Arrests have been made in states including New Jersey, New York, Minnesota, Kansas and Illinois.
They range from teenagers seeking to join ISIS in Syria, to turned National Guard troops, to a pair of young female roommates who saw themselves as ‘bad b******s plotting another Boston bombing.’
It appears many of these attacks festered in the minds of these young people through ISIS’ flashy online marketing and their desire to be famous.
The fact that more of these haven’t manifested themselves is a tribute to how great of a job our law enforcement and intelligence community does.
FBI agents have made at least 30 arrests on US soil this year as they try to combat the murderous reach of ISIS and its warped followers, Daily Mail Online can disclose.
Officials revealed this week that the Islamic terror group has a foothold in all 50 states as it continues to target disaffected Americans through its torrent of online propaganda and slick videos of barbaric beheadings and mutilations.
The stark warning comes days after ISIS-inspired gunman Saif Rezgui unleashed horror on at a Tunisian beach resort, killing 39 vacationers and wounding dozens more.
The FBI has reportedly set up command centers in each of its 56 field officers in case extremists try to mark the July 4 weekend by unleashing similar carnage here in the U.S. American ISIS ‘recruits’ to date have included schoolgirls, a young nurse, a pizza shop boss and even a National Guard soldier who hatched a plan to gun down 120 of his own colleague