BREAKING NEWS: FBI Releases 9/11 Warning To All Americans…

The NFL season is upon us and that’s always a good thing.

However, it has long been understood that sporting events like NFL games are major targets for people who wish to do us harm.

The government has issued a warning about sporting events in the United States and how they might be targets for ISIS.

Here’s more.

From Fox News:

There is a new warning that ISIS-inspired terrorists may possibly target stadiums and sports venues. It comes just days before the 15th anniversary of 9/11 and as the National Football League opens the regular season this week.

This latest warning appears to be an update to a National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin that was issued at the beginning of this summer advising that ISIS extremists were being inspired to launch attacks inside the United States. In just the past few days, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have sent a new bulletin to law enforcement going into more detail about where those attacks may be launched.

It says homegrown ISIS-inspired terrorists have now shifted their focus away from government and military targets and towards civilian venues such as stadiums, arenas, concert venues and music festivals.

It goes on to point out that in the past 12 months, 75 percent of homegrown violent extremist attacks, such as the Pulse nightclub shootings in Orlando, have focused on civilian targets.

We have seen a startling number of terrorist attacks on American soil since President Obama took office and unfortunately that doesn’t look like a trend that will be changing anytime soon.

In the meantime, it will be incredibly important for Americans to remain vigilant.

If you see something, say something.

The 15th anniversary of 9/11 is coming up this Sunday and it just so happens that many NFL teams will be opening up their season on that day as well.

We will all be weary of what that means for terrorists across the world.

Scary stuff.

But also very important to keep in mind.


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