False flag? Intel sources warn of possible upcoming Al Qaeda attacks, right before election

Many new media websites have been claiming that it’s only a matter of time before a false flag operation happens on US soil — all to try and stop a Trump Presidency. Just over a week ago, Mike Adams even claimed that one possible scenario could be Democrats staging an attack to blame the terror on Trump supporters. An outcome like this would undoubtedly be heavily promoted by the mainstream media, who has been waging a war against Donald Trump since his candidacy was announced over a year ago.

Although the thought of Democrats killing for their candidate may seem like an extreme thing to do, recent revelations about Hillary Clinton’s campaign financing violence at Trump rallies doesn’t make an idea like this seem so far-fetched.

Unsurprisingly to many, news has now broken that Al Qaeda is possibly planning an attack on Monday, November 7th — a day before the election. Recently, the public has seen many so-called ‘conspiracies’ proven right through the release of emails released through Wikileaks. Are the reports of an upcoming false flag attack going to also prove to be more than just a ‘conspiracy’?

CBSnews.com reports, “Sources told CBS News senior investigative producer Pat Milton that U.S. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces that al Qaeda could be planning attacks in three states for Monday.”

New York, Texas and Virginia mentioned as possible targets

The states being mentioned as possible targets are Texas, New York and Virginia. The New York Police Department is already working with a Joint Terrorism Task force and intelligence agencies to prepare for the worst.

Sources are quick to mention that they believe it is there is a strong possibility that the terrorists could be ‘homegrown’. Law enforcement agencies have been notified that polling places could be very attractive for lone wolf terrorists who subscribe to extremist ideologies.

The possibility of another homegrown terrorist attack brings a quick reminder to the San Bernardino attacks, which took place less than a year ago in California. After the horrible event, it was brought to light that the terrorists were under investigation by law enforcement. With warnings currently coming from US intelligence that an attack is likely to take place — and with agencies history of having investigated terrorists prior to attacks — there is a possibility that US intelligence may already know exactly who is going to attempt to carry out the crime.

With dozens of false flag attacks officially admitted to — many years after the event took place — it’s hard not to wonder if we might one day get the truth many years from now. Until then, it is important to be prepared for anything that may happen.

Sources:

CBSnews.com

Reuters.com