intelligence officials fear that 12,000 ISIS prisoners could be released as the Kurdish groups guarding them are forced to flee or battle Turkish forces.
A U.S. Army soldier has been arrested by the FBI after allegedly discussing plans to blow up a major news network and suggesting targeting Beto O’Rourke.
So much of the previously unthinkable has been done by President Trump that it is not impossible to imagine that he might regard a terrorist attack as a useful distraction.
Just days after the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, the Trump administration is reportedly about to end a DHS program devoted to countering violent extremism in America.
These arguments have no basis in reality; instead, they are conservatives' self-serving attempts to hide the rot in their own movement, which foments violence even at its highest levels.
Nothing will stop Trump from inciting hatred — not even a week of full-blown domestic terrorism.