A man wearing what appears to be an ISIS logo on a face scarf uploaded a photo outside of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, which reportedly included the caption: “We are in your home.”
According to InfoWars, the image of the terrorist-sympathizer were uploaded to a pro-ISIS channel on the messaging app Telegram on Dec. 30, and show the man standing in front of the museum with people walking around in the background.
The chilling photo and warning follows a video released by ISIS that featured images of different buildings throughout New York, where the terrorist group called for more Americans to be shot and killed.
In the video, a poster appeared with an ISIS soldier holding a knife with the statement, “It’s cheaper than a chainsaw,” which was another call to action from the group that President Trump has largely eradicated from the Middle East.
It also featured another photo of an individual in New York holding up their cell phone, which featured a picture as an ISIS flag as the phone’s screensaver.
That image reportedly surfaced online a few days before ISIS supporter Sayfullo Saipov killed eight people in New York on Halloween when he ran them over with a truck.
The pro-ISIS video called on supporters in the West to conduct and carry out attacking, where they encouraged radical Islamic terrorists to use bombs, firearms, pressure cookers, and knives to carry out their attacks.
Islam has waged a never-ending war against Christians and non-believers of the Quran and has given rise to a plethora of Islamic terrorist organizations — which is exactly why threats of terrorists being in the U.S. planning attacks in very serious.
This proves why we need Trump’s travel ban from terror-ridden nations, so that we can prevent jihadists from carrying out attacks in America.
Many Americans would agree with Trump’s strict immigration policies to keep the U.S. safe.