As President Obama enjoyed a relaxing holiday in Cuba, the news coming out of Europe was bleak.
Despite his claims to the contrary, the terrorist group ISIS is mobilizing like never before to attack additional targets across the continent.
As reported by Fox News:
Security officials have told The Associated Press that the Islamic State group has trained at least 400 attackers and sent them into Europe for terror attacks.
The network of interlocking, agile and semi-autonomous cells shows the reach of the extremist group in Europe even as it loses ground in Syria. The officials, including European and Iraqi intelligence officials and a French lawmaker who follows the jihadi networks, describe camps designed specifically to train for attacks against the West.
Officials say the fighters have been given orders to find the right time, place and method to carry out their mission.
Keep in mind that many of the major attacks were carried out by a handful of terrorists. Four hundred militants is an army that can wreck havoc across Europe and beyond.
News like this is becoming a regular occurrence, yet The Left in Washington refuse to change their position.
Politically correct leaders in Europe have been proven wrong about welcoming refugees. They have refused to implement effective screening, assimilation and monitoring.
Obama and his supporters want to do the same in America while continuing to criticize Trump and Republicans for demanding to keep our borders secure and refugees out.
As Obama recently said during his trip through Latin America (per The Daily Caller):
They’re not an existential threat to us.
– Barack Obama
Speaking to reporters in Argentina Wednesday, President Obama downplayed the gravity of Tuesday’s terror attacks in Brussels by saying ISIS does not pose “an existential threat” to national security.
“I addressed this issue a little bit at the baseball game when I was interviewed by ESPN,” the president explained, “but let me reiterate.”
“Groups like ISIL can’t destroy us. They can’t defeat us,” he continued. “They can’t produce anything. They’re not an existential threat to us.”
Despite his empty words, ISIS continues to pose a legitimate threat to all free nations. Hopefully soon, we will have a President who takes this danger seriously.