Threats Involving al Qaeda On U.S. Election Day
The already controversial election that is nearing the end is having another red-flag, but this time, has the public worried. According to United States Homeland Security, there have been conversations involving al Qaeda terrorist attacks during the election specifically noting New York, Virginia and Texas.
According to WGRZ:
While at a rally for Hillary Clinton Sunday led by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown said the city's police commissioner Daniel Derenda and the department's management have been in touch with federal authorities regarding any threats
"There are no credible threats in the city of Buffalo right now," Brown said. "But our police officers are on alert."