New York officials say they do not believe there is any farther threat at this time but still warned citizens to be on alert. Their message comes after Yesterday’s terrorist attack in Manhatten. The monster who carried out this attack claims to be part of the ISIS terror organization.

At this time, authorities are calling this horrific nightmare a “domestic terrorist attack”, but as more information unfolds we’ve discovered he isn’t what we would call “domestic”. The attacker came to the United States on a Visa from Uzbekistan, back in 2010 through the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program.

The program, that left citizens vulnerable, is a type of lotto that awards immigrant visas, regardless of merit. Lucky for us Trump plans to plans to change this program.

Mayer Andrew Cuomo had this to say: “They have a very simple play, rent a car rent a truck, create mayhem.”

Watch.

As reported by Stefan Becket with CBS News.

NEW YORK — The suspect in Tuesday’s terrorist attack in lower Manhattanbragged to police about the deadly attack from his hospital bed, saying he would have continued mowing down bikers and pedestrians had he not crashed.

Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, told police he is pleased with his actions and is unapologetic for the attack, sources tell CBS News. One source said Saipov made “no bones” about the attack, which killed 8 people and injured at least 12.

Investigators also discovered 10 to 15 pieces of paper with writing in Arabic praising the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. One note said “ISIS will endure,” sources say.

Authorities also recovered knives at the scene.

“This was now, a classic case of a radicalization of a domestic jihadist who associated with ISIS, and this is their new playbook,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told “CBS This Morning” on Wednesday.

 

 

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