Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney (Ret.): Isis is in America and Preparing to Strike
Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney said this is no different than Benghazi. The attack is coming, and the Obama administration is downplaying it for an election:
Steve Doocy and Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney (Ret.) discussed the apparent shift by the Obama administration over the past few days.
McInerney agreed that someone from the White House spoke to Dempsey, leading to the revised comments on Sunday. He argued that, just like in 2012 prior to the Benghazi attack, the White House is looking to downplay the terror threat before an election.
“They knew an attack was coming and they ignored it. Just for the election,” he said.
He then warned about the prospect of another large-scale terror attack, saying Sept. 11 is an “attractive date” for ISIS.
“I believe that we should go to DEFCON 1 and be prepared for another strike. … I believe American cities will be attacked and we should be prepared for it,” he said.
“The American people are in danger. We need a massive air campaign in Iraq and Syria,” said McInerney, noting that he believes members of ISIS have already infiltrated across the southern border.
They are here:
I hope McInerney is wrong, but I have a feeling he isn’t.
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