Monday, September 12, 2011

The "terror alert" WAS the terrorist incident

Counterterrorism officials have “some information” about the nature of the possible plans and the people who may be involved, Brennan said today on CBS’s “Face the Nation” program, on the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

The Department of Homeland Security received “specific, credible but unconfirmed threat information” as the anniversary neared, agency spokesman Matt Chandler said Sept. 8 in a statement. The threat concerns a possible vehicle-borne attack, sponsored by al-Qaeda, against New York or Washington, according to a different U.S. official who wasn’t authorized to discuss the matter publicly. Brennan declined to comment today on whether the reported plot involved a vehicle bomb.

Actually, Eric Cantor told "the terrorists" that we can't afford real terror attack without cutting the black-ops budget, and that we might be able to afford one after we kill enough "useless eaters" through other budget cuts, so the terrorists decided to go with just a terror alert this time around.