While Islamic State faces defeat after defeat in Iraq and Syria, the terror organization continues to pour out rhetoric and threats against the West and in particular the United States.
ISIS and al-Qaeda both promised Election-Day attacks on the American homeland but both failed, thanks in part to security personnel throughout the country.
As Americans woke to the news that the new president elect was Donald Trump, the ISIS propaganda machine was already hard at work in a bid to terrorize Americans.
“I would hit [ISIS] so hard. I would find you a proper general, I would find the Patton or MacArthur. I would hit them so hard your head would spin.”