Our border security is in the best of hands. The very best of hands.
Federal authorities have sent an Iranian national with “ties to terrorism” back to Canada more than two months after he had tried to unlawfully cross the border on two separate occasions.
The unnamed individual – who was sought by Canadian authorities on assault charges – was officially removed on Dec. 21 by Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Buffalo, US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said.
The man was wanted by Canadian authorities as a “national security priority” and had unspecified “ties to terrorism,” the statement added.
He tried to enter America on Oct 10th and then “two days later, however, US Border Patrol arrested him when he unlawfully entered the US ‘on or around’ the Whirlpool Bridge Port of Entry in Niagara Falls, the statement continued.”
Nothing to worry about I’m sure. Until the Canadians let him go and he tries this again. Maybe next time he’ll succeed.
As I mentioned in the past…
Ramzi Yousef, the Islamic terrorist behind the World Trade Center bombing, flew into JFK Airport, applied for asylum and was released into New York City.
Insane, but true.
What was this unnamed border invader with ties to terrorism doing trying to enter America? We don’t know and apparently don’t care.