It can happen here
Category: Op/EdBy: vic-eldred • one month ago • 37 comments
Link to quote: US Customs confirms 4th Iranian ‘special interest alien’ apprehended this month in Eagle Pass, Texas | Fox News
US Customs confirmed recently that a 4th Iranian has been apprehended at the southern border since the beginning of this month. The question is how many got through. Joe Biden's open border policy has led to concerns over Hamas style terrorism coming to the US. As is, the open border has led to thousands of American deaths via fentanyl, along with flooding the country with illegal migrants.
Biden's Homeland Security released this statement:
The Department of Homeland Security’s threat assessment, published last month, noted that agents have encountered a growing number on the watch list and warned that "terrorists and criminal actors may exploit the elevated flow and increasingly complex security environment to enter the United States."
"Individuals with terrorism connections are interested in using established travel routes and permissive environments to facilitate access to the United States," the assessment also said.
US Customs confirms 4th Iranian ‘special interest alien’ apprehended this month in Eagle Pass, Texas | Fox News
In less than 3 years the US has become a very dangerous place. Recently Joe Biden asked congress for more money. The money would go to help Ukraine, Israel and the US border, in that order. The question for the Biden administration is how will the border money be used? Is it going to be used to process people? Is it going to be used to provide assistance to illegal migrants? Based on Biden's border policy thus far, I doubt any of it will go to turning anyone away or protecting Americans.
There were 736 known or suspected terrorists (KSTs) apprehended at the northern and southern borders in fiscal 2023.
The Center Square initially reported 659 were apprehended for the fiscal year, as of Sept. 15, 2023. The fiscal year ended Sept. 30.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection published new data this weekend revealing that federal agents apprehended an additional 77 in the last two weeks of September.
The total of 736 is the greatest number of KSTs apprehended in recorded U.S. history.
736 known or suspected terrorists apprehended at U.S. border in fiscal 2023 (msn.com)
We know that Americans can't be protected elsewhere.
This warning was issued Thursday:
On Thursday, October 19, the US State Department issued a worldwide travel advisory urging American citizens to “exercise increased caution” while overseas, “due to increased tensions in various locations around the world, the potential for terrorist attacks, [and] demonstrations or violent actions against U.S. citizens and interests.”
What Does the US State Department’s Worldwide Travel Advisory Actually Mean? | Condé Nast Traveler (cntraveler.com)
Meanwhile at George Washington University a paper was issued on Hamas in America:
• Hamas supporters have long operated in the United States. Internal Hamas documents and FBI
wiretaps introduced as evidence in various federal criminal cases clearly show the existence of
a nationwide Hamas network engaged in fundraising, lobbying, education and propaganda
dissemination dating back to the 1980s.
• The network formalized its existence in 1988, when it created the Palestine Committee in the
US. The Committee’s goals included “increasing the financial and the moral support for Hamas,”
“fighting surrendering solutions,” and publicizing “the savagery of the Jews.”
• The Palestine Committee spawned several public-facing organizations, most of which are based
out of Chicago, Dallas, and Washington DC. They included the all-purpose Islamic Association
for Palestine (IAP), the financial arm represented by the Occupied Land Fund (which later
became the Holy Land Foundation, HLF), and the think tank United Association for Studies and
• In 1993, the FBI wiretapped a meeting of top Hamas activists in the US held in Philadelphia. The
wiretaps show internal discussions on how to improve activities in support of Hamas within the
US and how to shield them from the designation of Hamas as a terrorist organization. US-based
Hamas activists agreed that hiding their affiliation and intentions was the best tactic to avoid
negative consequences. “I swear by Allah that war is deception,” said one senior leader,
“[d]eceive, camouflage, pretend that you’re leaving while you’re walking that way. Deceive your
enemy.” “Let's not hoist a large Islamic flag and let's not be barbaric-talking. We will remain a
front so that if the thing [the U.S. government ban on Hamas] happens, we will benefit from the
new happenings instead of having all of our organizations classified and exposed.”
• Over the years, US authorities have conducted several activities to clamp down on the network,
including deporting and prosecuting Hamas operatives and shutting down multiple front
organizations. The 2001 designation of HLF and subsequent prosecution of part of its
leadership for funneling approximately $12.4 million to Hamas constitutes to date the largest
successful terrorism financing prosecution in US history.
• Yet, US-based Hamas networks and individuals have displayed a remarkable resilience and
many of the core activists of the Palestine Committee are still engaged in various forms of
support (albeit at times purely political and not material) for Hamas.
The media is barely covering the threat to America. They are here and they have even infiltrated the democrat party.
When you watch what is going on in the streets of NYC or on American campuses there is no longer a need to ask why. My only question to those who voted for Joe Biden is will you vote for him again?