Watch ➠ Navy SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden Reacts To ISIS Claim They Operate In 15 States ➠ They’re Telling The Truth


Navy SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden Reacts To ISIS Claim They Operate In 15 States: “They’re Telling The Truth”…


Via Washington Examiner:

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Former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill, the man who shot Osama bin Laden, says the Islamic State “is telling the truth” about having 71 trained soldiers in 15 different states because “they are a populist” group.


“Out of the 71 trained soldiers 23 have signed up for missions like Sunday, We are increasing in number … Of the 15 states, 5 we will name … Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, California, and Michigan. The disbelievers who shot our brothers think that you killed someone untrained, nay, they gave you their bodies in plain view because we were watching.”

Texas police killed two gunmen wearing body armor and armed with assault rifles who tried to ambush a “Draw Mohammed” cartoon contest in Garland, Texas. Elton Simpson, one of the armed attackers, linked himself to the Islamic State in a tweet just before the attack.


“We knew that the target was protected. Our intention was to show how easy we give our lives for the Sake of Allah,” said the Islamic State message posted today.


Former SEAL O’Neill pointed out that the Islamic State can claim credit for attacks after the fact “based on whether or not” the attack supports the group’s goals.


“ISIS is so popular right now because they’re over there with this glorified sense of resilience because no one’s fighting them,” said O’Neill. “They can make all those videos… there’s a lot of sympathy for ISIS in this country. It would take about 25 people working around the clock just to track one of these people.” More

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