Republicans raise concerns of ISIS-K in US after terror attack in Russia

by ian


The world is left reeling after ISIS-K claimed responsibility for Friday’s terror attack on a Russian concert hall, raising concerns that the group could strike again soon.

That attack killed at least 137 Russians and came only six days after a top U.S. commander warned Capitol Hill that the terrorist group would be capable of attacks outside Afghanistan this year.

House Foreign Affairs Chairman Mike McCaul (R-Texas) blamed Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal for renewing ISIS. The congressman believes that the next attack could happen in Europe or America.

Republican Sen Marco Rubio of Florida agrees there’s a threat while adding that the terrorist group knows that America’s borders are open. He says the FBI director confirmed the group already has a trafficking network to get nefarious people into the U.S.