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Rising Security Concerns Amid Increased Illegal Immigration and Border Breaches

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Biden and the Democrats have a plan. Get millions more illegals in and get them to vote, all illegally of course. But armed with cell phones direct from Biden, they are now being coached to defeat the Orange man who threatens their welfare payments and life of leisure in fancy hotels. ‘If you vote for Biden, you can keep it all…. register and vote, do not worry about it being illegal. No prosecutor will go after you.  This is but one of our worries with having an installed President doing all he can to hurt America.

Amid the escalating border crisis, fears of homeland attacks and foreign espionage are intensifying due to incidents involving illegal immigrants with suspected terrorist affiliations and others breaching U.S. military bases. Recently, eight nationals from Tajikistan, with potential ties to ISIS, were arrested in major U.S. cities for immigration violations. These arrests underscore the growing security concerns as these individuals had previously crossed the U.S. southern border undetected by the existing screening processes.

These developments come at a time when illegal crossings from a variety of countries, including those known for harboring terrorism sponsors, are on the rise. In particular, the number of Chinese nationals entering illegally has seen a dramatic increase, reaching numbers unprecedented in recent years. This influx includes a notable incident where Chinese nationals attempted unauthorized access to military bases, which has raised alarms regarding potential espionage activities.

The U.S. government’s response has been scrutinized, with some officials and experts criticizing the efficiency of the current vetting processes. For instance, the reduction in screening questions for Chinese nationals from forty to just five has been highlighted as particularly inadequate in the face of the potential risks posed by such entries. This reduction in thoroughness raises concerns about the U.S.’s ability to prevent espionage and terrorist activities orchestrated by foreign actors.

Moreover, incidents of unauthorized access to military installations have prompted investigations and heightened security protocols. Examples include unauthorized entries at Quantico Marine Base and the Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base, where foreign nationals, including those on terrorist watchlists, managed to gain partial access before being apprehended.

The broader implications of these security breaches are significant, prompting calls for a more robust and effective national security strategy that can handle the complexities of modern global threats. The situation underscores the necessity for improved diplomatic and economic strategies to manage the relationships with countries that are reluctant to repatriate their nationals involved in illegal activities.

Key Points:

i. Eight Tajikistan nationals with suspected ties to ISIS were arrested across major U.S. cities, highlighting growing security concerns related to illegal immigration.

ii. These individuals had previously entered the U.S. through the southern border and were released after initial screenings failed to identify their potential terrorist connections.

iii. A significant increase in illegal immigrants from adversarial nations, notably China, has been observed, with instances of attempted espionage at U.S. military bases.

iv. Screening processes for immigrants, especially from countries like China, have been criticized for inadequacy, as the number of screening questions has been drastically reduced.

v. U.S. security protocols and border management practices are under scrutiny as illegal crossings and potential threats from foreign nationals continue to rise, emphasizing the need for improved national security measures.

RM Tomi – Reprinted with permission of Whatfinger News

The Washington Standard

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