BREAKING: ISIS Is Back And It’s NOT GOOD… Look What Just Happened

Chris “Badger” Thomas RIGHT WING TRIBUNE

Shortly after the one-year anniversary of the mass shooting that targeted an outdoor concert on the Las Vegas Strip, a pro-ISIS media group is circulating an online poster warning of knife attacks at musical events.

Previous releases from Remah Media Production included a January poster showing a jihadist standing in front of a cityscape vowing to “sink America” and another showing jihadists standing in front of a nondescript legislative building vowing that “soon you will taste agony.” The group has also released video nasheeds, or songs to inspire terrorists.

In the new poster, a jihadist wearing a suit jacket stands with a large knife behind his back while behind concert-goers whose attention is fixed on the stage, PJ Media News reports.

“Wait for our surprises,” warns the text, signed “Islamic State.”

The poster was shared by Remah Media Production, an ISIS-linked media group that has a history of sharing ISIS propaganda.

The latest poster follows the one-year anniversary of the country music festival massacre outside Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas, which ISIS claimed responsibility for. In the months after the attack, which left 58 dead and hundreds injured, official ISIS media featured pieces in which they referred to Stephen Paddock by name as an associate.

Remah included a poster depicting a jihadist before an American city with a caption threatening to “sink America.” Another poster showed multiple jihadists before an American legislative building.

We as a nation cannot live in fear nor allow such threats to take place on our soil, it is highly possible that this is just a threat in the wind by a group that some believe was created and trained by the CIA.

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.



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