Another Wave Of Suspected Terrorists Attempted To Cross Border

Another Wave Of Suspected Terrorists Attempted To Cross Border

April CBP Data – (How many were not arrested?)

Steve Watson

Summit News

A further 16 suspected terrorists were apprehended attempting to cross the Southern border into the U.S in April alone, according to the latest CBP data.

The data shows that 16 people on the FBI terrorism watch list were arrested trying to cross the border, bringing the total number this fiscal year to already almost 100, an all time high.

As reporter Bill Melugin noted, the figure for April is more than the four years Trump was in office for combined.

As for how many actually crossed without being apprehended, who knows.

Melugin continues to cover the wave of criminals and cartel members using the border as a revolving door:

The Department of Homeland Security says the border is secure and claims that the biggest terror threat the U.S. faces is ‘domestic extremists’ radicalised by “false narratives propagated on online platforms.”



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Header featured image (edited) credit: Southern border/Christian Torres Chavez/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

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