More Terrorism Fears As Afghan Refugees Flock To Texas

Experts are calling the Biden administration's Afghanistan plan one of the biggest debacles ever.

Here in Texas, it's about to make the Biden border crisis, even worse.

Between 20,000 and 30,000 Afghan refugees are set to arrive at Fort Bliss in El Paso, and that's not good. Some will be good, but others will not. That probability, coupled with Biden's wide open border policy, is leaving some terrorism experts deeply concerned.

"The possibilities of infiltration by terrorists is off the charts" said Saint Mary's University Professor Robert Summers, "I am profoundly concerned about where we are headed, and I don't know that this administration has either the intent, or the wherewithal to stop it."

It was just last week that Biden's DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was caught on camera saying the border situation was "unsustainable." Now, adding thousands of unvetted Afghan refugees to the mix could turn out to be a recipe for disaster. "No plan has been articulated" Summers told KTRH, "The evacuation from Afghanistan is clearly a disaster."

A disaster that is now heading here to the U.S., which Summers fears will be an open invite to terrorists, and even worse. "Can you just imagine the recruiting video that is going to be played by the Taliban on the internet to recruit terrorists all over the world?" Summers said, "This is frightening."

All of this as we approach one of the darkest days in our nations history, the 20-year mark of 9/11.


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