Updated 3 stories on why protecting our borders remains important

100 ISIS Terrorists Caught in Guatemala as Central American Caravan Heads to U.S.

In a 18 October 2018 Canada Free Press article, the CFP shows how we cannot trust our security to the nations to our South.

In a startling revelation, Guatemala’s president announced in the country’s largest newspaper that nearly 100 ISIS terrorists have been apprehended in the impoverished Central American nation. Why should Americans care about this?

A caravan of Central American migrants is making its way north. Let’s not forget that Guatemala is one of the countries that bombarded the U.S. with illegal immigrant minors under Barack Obama’s open border free-for-all. They came in droves from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala through the Mexican border and for years Uncle Sam rolled out the welcome mat offering housing, food, medical treatment and a free education

Guatemala has long been known as a major smuggling corridor

A terrorist could have easily slipped in considering the minors, coined Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC), were not properly vetted and some turned out to be violent gangbangers who went on to commit heinous crimes in their adopted land of opportunity. In fact, the nation’s most violent street gang, Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), was energized by the barrage of UACs.

The Texas Department of Public Safety even issued a report documenting how the MS-13 emerged as a top tier gang in the state thanks to the influx of illegal alien gang members that came with the UACs. At the time more than 60,000 UACs—many with criminal histories—had stormed into the U.S. in a matter of months. Tens of thousands more eventually made it north.

(Read more at the Canada Free Press)

As we know from years of experience, Muslim organizations (especially ISIS, Al Qaeda, and the like) would like to attack America. This Democrat-staged invasion seems like a big opportunity for an attack to occur. While many of the main stream media will claim that there is no Democrat support for the migrant march, many of us have a hard time believing that because we remember the People Without Borders that pushed migrants toward our borders in April 2018, September 2016, and other dates.

Guatamalans en route into Mexico

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Caravan of 3,000 Central American migrants crosses into Mexico

The Guardian reports in a 19 October 2018 article that the numbers of potential invaders has swollen to 3,000.

Thousands of Central American migrants have defied Donald Trump and streamed over the international bridge from Guatemala into Mexico, where some clashed with riot police in an attempt to continue their journey north.

Singing the Honduran national anthem and chanting “Yes we could!”, the crowd of about 3,000 people – including entire families pushing wheelchairs and strollers – walked across the bridge over the muddy Suchiate river on Friday afternoon.

Locals cheered and handed out bottles of water, while Guatemalan police officers stood to the side of the road and watched the migrants pass.

Ivys Osorio, 31, said he was trying to return to Houston, where he lived for 16 years before he was deported in 2016 – and where his wife still lives. “I thought they weren’t going to let us cross – but now I feel getting closer to her,” he said.

(Read more at The Guardian)

Considering that these people have marched singing the national anthem of their homeland, obviously they have no interest in becoming Americans. By the fact that they have presented demands on several occasions, they don’t seem to have an attitude of working with Americans.

According to some reports, many of these have joined this trek to escape violence. However, the problem with breaking the law to escape lawlessness is that the lawless escape brings its own lawlessness. So, as many across America have seen, with the escaping maid, there is MS-13.

The Secret Service stops an ISIS attack on Trump

How the Secret Service foiled an assassination plot against Trump by ISIS

The Daily Beast revealed the foiling of an ISIS plot against Trump in a 12 October 2018 article.

(T)here was a plot against President Trump’s life in Manila—a shocking fact revealed in United States Secret Service: On the Front Line, a two-hour special airing on the National Geographic Channel Sunday night that—for the first time—provides viewers with a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the workings of the Secret Service, and the complex measures they take to protect the president of the United States.

President Trump (codename: “Mogul”) was due to arrive in the bustling city to meet with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and other South Asian leaders at the ASEAN 50 summit in November 2017. Chad Ragan, a special agent in the Presidential Protective Division, was the Secret Service agent in charge for the trip; Audrey Gibson, a special agent in the Protective Intelligence & Assessment Division (aka “The Bubble”), served as his eyes and ears.

The Secret Service comprises four main teams: Protective Intelligence; Uniformed Division; Protective Operations; and Investigations. The Protective Operations team includes those in the “inner circle,” standing steps from POTUS, and special ops, such as countersnipers and the K-9 explosive detection unit. Protective Intelligence analyzes threats against the president, both on and offline. The Uniformed Division guards the White House or anywhere POTUS goes. And Investigations monitors the motives of people who make threats against the president.

(Read more at the Daily Beast)

If ISIS made an attempt on President Trump’s life in 2017 and if the New Mexico Islamists plotted to use children to kill more American children (not to mention all of the Islamist attacks during the Obama years), what can we lose by protecting our borders?

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