FBI Director Christopher Wray Issues Grave Warning of Imminent Terror Attacks on American Soil Amid Israel-Hamas Conflict (VIDEO)



During a speech delivered at the San Diego conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, FBI Director Christopher Wray expressed a grave concern regarding the increasing threat of violent extremism, be it of domestic or international origin.

This cautionary message coincided with the persisting conflict between Israel and the militant organization Hamas, resulting in a substantial loss of lives, including 29 American citizens.

“Before I get into some of the specific ways we’re doing that work together, I want to take a moment to offer my heartfelt condolences to the people of Israel, and share the outrage that I know we all feel at the sheer brutality and disregard for innocent lives there. History has been witness to antisemitic and other forms of violent extremism for far too long. Whether that be from foreign terrorist organizations, or those inspired by them, or domestic violent extremists motivated by their own racial animus, the targeting of a community because of their faith is totally unacceptable,” Wray remarked.

Wray pointed out that there has been a noticeable increase in reported threats since the attacks, emphasizing the need for the public to stay alert for individuals acting independently.

“In this heightened environment, there’s no question we’re seeing an increase in reported threats, and we’ve got to be on the lookout, especially for lone actors who may take inspiration from recent events to commit violence of their own. So I encourage you to stay vigilant, because as the first line of defense in protecting our communities, you’re often the first to see the signs that someone may be mobilizing to violence. And I’d also ask you to continue sharing any intelligence or observations you may have. And on our end, we’re committed to doing the same, so that together, we can safeguard our communities.”

It’s worth noting that in its latest communication issued on October 9 regarding the Hamas attacks in Israel, the FBI asserted that there is no concrete and reliable information indicating a direct threat to the United States.

While the FBI’s cautionary message is well-timed and essential, it prompts inquiries about the recent priorities of the agency. A significant portion of the American population believes that the FBI has placed greater emphasis on identifying supporters of the former President, rather than effectively addressing genuine terrorism concerns.

The federal government has quietly introduced a fresh category of extremists for surveillance and countermeasures: ardent adherents of the Make America Great Again (MAGA) movement, associated with former President Donald Trump. 

Concurrently, the Biden administration is pursuing President Trump with more than 91 charges related to alleged criminal activities across various states. According to confidential information obtained by Newsweek, a substantial majority of the FBI’s active investigations focused on anti-government activities involve individuals who support Donald Trump.