An Afghan terrorist crawled under a border fence and entered the United States. The DHS said the man was here as part of a terror plot on either the United States or Canada. He was one of a group of at least a dozen to be smuggled into the United States by a Brazilian gang, aided by Mexicans. Half were caught on the border and half (The Afghan and 5 Pakistanis made to a ranch 15 miles inside the United States) Somehow, the Pakistanis are now here legally. What kind of crap is Obama pulling?
After leaving Brazil, the men traveled through Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico before crossing into America.
The documents were obtained by Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter, whose chief of staff Joe Kasper said the information was ‘disturbing, in so many ways’.
‘The interdiction of this group … validates once again that the southern border is wide open to more than people looking to enter the U.S. illegally strictly for purposes of looking for work, as the administration wants us to believe,’ he told the Times.
‘What’s worse, federal databases weren’t even synced and Border Patrol had no idea who they were arresting and the group was not considered a problem because none of them were considered a priority under the president’s enforcement protocol. That’s a major problem on its own, and it calls for DHS to figure out the problem – and fast.’
The DHS and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement did not comment.
However, in the documents Homeland Security officials appeared to be treating the men’s capture as a victory – even though they made it across the border undetected – because it led to the authorities tracking down a smuggling network.