National Security takes a back seat to politics once again; the president wants to delay any action by him on securing the border until after the mid terms. How many times have decisions been post pone until after an election? It is clear to me that somebody has gotten to the president and convinced him that he should postpone an executive order on immigration and the border until after the November election. The concern may be the push back from the voters. It seems to me that every time a voter hears the term that we will postpone this until after the election should be a warning to the voters that they will not like what is to come. As the old saying goes, “Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.”
Over the almost six years of his term many items, including laws passed by congress have been postponed until after an election. The reason is simply the democrats must know what they are proposing may not be acceptable to the majority of voters, so they wait until after a election when you and I can do nothing about it for several years and they hope we will forget about the issue. Can it be that America is full of voters who are willing to be fooled by politicians not telling them the truth over and over again?
My concern is that we already have had terrorists crossing the Southern border in significant numbers while the border patrol is distracted from catching them because they were too busy changing diapers. Based on the presidents’ action on Saturday, he has in essence told the terrorist, “Come on Down, the door is open,” “If you are not here now, then this the time to come, you may have three to four months perhaps longer to cross with probably a good chance of success of getting into America undetected.”
The New America web site, (http://www.thenewamerican.com/) states that people from 75 nations have illegally crossed the border. The last time I looked at a map there were not 75 nations in Central America. The border patrol reported that they have detained 1,100 people from China. Why would people from China cross through Mexico? The only answer I can think of they couldn’t get into the United States legally. With people from 75 nations crossing our border one has to ask, how are these people getting into Mexico in the first place? Is the Mexican government cooperating with these foreign nationals to try and cross the border?
Now we turn to those people who came in legally and have not reported their whereabouts. A recent article in the New York Daily News stated that the whereabouts of more than 6,000 foreign nationals who overstayed their student visas in the U.S. remain unknown after a security lapse at the Department of Homeland Security. The colleges and universities are responsible for keeping track of the foreign students and reporting them to Homeland Security. Project Atlas reports that America has over 760,000 foreign students. I have no doubt that the vast majority are going to school, but what about the thousands who got the visa and never went to school and are not hear to learn but attack us?
We are coming up to the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attack on America, will we see an attack this year from IS? I don’t think an attack, should it come will be on the scale of 9/11 and I would be surprised that attack would come on September 11th. I do believe they are mustering their forces already in the United States and we will see a number of coordinated lone wolf attacks across the United States.
I agree with former Vice-President Dick Chaney that we will be attacked within the next 10 years and hundreds of thousands of Americans will die. We have to close the border, find all the illegals in the country and deport them, and destroy IS if we want to survive.
Dan Perkins is the Author of a trilogy on terrorist attacks upon the United States called the Brotherhood of the Red Nile. Dan is also a Registered Investment Adviser with over 40 years of investment experience. The Brotherhood of the Red Nile web site is www.danperkinsatsanibel.com
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