White House Facebook Page Littered With Threats For 9/11

James Johnson

In a disturbing turn of events the official Facebook page for the White House was inundated on Sunday with nasty remarks about the United States and 9/11.

The messages, appearing on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center included one message with a photo of Osama bin Laden which read:

"We'll come back U.S.A. One day only 11/9/2011."
"We'll come to u white house sooooooooooon."
"We'll come back 11/9/2011 to kill u all."

In the meantime new York City and Washington D.C. have raised their security levels to deal with possible threats to national security on 9/11, including reports that car bombs could be used near bridges and tunnels. It should be noted that FBI officials have found no credible reason to be alarmed around those areas at this time.

The anniversary of 9/11 also increased the lookout for two stolen construction vans from Queens on Sept. 1 or 2, with officials cautious that they could be used in terrorist attacks.

Security has also been heightened at football stadiums around the country as thousands of fans begin to take in the opening season game for many of their favorite teams. The NFL has been on higher alert since the September 11 atttacks first took place one decade ago.

Have you witnessed any type of added security check points in the New York City or Washington D.C. areas?