“They’re here”…that memorable and iconic line forewarned a terrified family in the blockbuster 1982 film “Poltergeist” of a hidden and evil  presence within their home, that was about to strike.

Last week in Garland Texas, the demon known as ISIS struck, only to be eradicated by a vigilant army of modern-day "demon slayers", the American police officer. And while the incident became a foolish distraction among the media elite and within the general public on “protected speech”, federal agents are wisely stepping up their investigation of Islamic State's claims that it's responsible for Sunday's attack on the Mohammed cartoon competition.

The demon is now warning: “The attack by the Islamic State in America is only the beginning.”

The cryptic warning while not specific goes on to say that the terrorist group ISIS has stationed "71 trained soldiers in 15 different states ready at our word to attack any target we desire. Of the 15 states, five we will name: Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, California, and Michigan."

There are also credible reports that ISIS has personally targeted Pamela Geller the organizer of Sunday’s exhibition and “freedom of speech” proponent.

"Our aim was the khanzeer (pig) Pamela Geller and to show her that we don't care what land she hides in or what sky shields her; we will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter," the group warned in an anonymous post Tuesday on the message board JustPasteIt.

Obviously like it or not, America is in a “holy war” and certainly not by our choosing. And the barbarians are now at the gate, and it’s up to each and every freedom loving American to be vigilant.

That said, agents are looking for a mysterious American who may have been a middle man, or a recruiter, in the Texas attack. Mohammad Hassan, known online as "Miski," is from Minneapolis and he's been a fugitive since 2008 when he joined terror groups in Africa.

h/t: CBN

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