BOMBSHELL: Terrorist Released Into US

( – In a testament to the alarming mismanagement of our southern border under the Biden-Harris administration, it has been revealed that U.S. federal agents encountered a terrorist at the border and allowed him to roam freely in the country.

The terrorist, whose name was not given, was identified as a member of the Somali terrorist group al-Shabaab. The group is known for bombings, assassinations, and large-scale attacks, like the 2013 Westgate mall attack in Nairobi and the 2017 bombings in Mogadishu.

The man in question was first caught near San Ysidro, California, last year but was released due to a misidentification. Initially, the Terrorist Screening Center did not recognize him as a threat.

The error was corrected when he was finally identified as a confirmed al-Shabaab member involved in dangerous activities. He was arrested in Minneapolis, Minnesota, shortly afterward.

This case highlights a growing concern at the U.S. southern border. In fiscal year 2023, Border Patrol apprehended 172 individuals from the terror watchlist attempting to enter the U.S. illegally.

The Biden administration’s policies have led to the mass release of illegal migrants, burdening federal authorities. This rush often results in incomplete background checks.

Experts argue that the high number of illegal immigrants makes it easier for terrorists to slip through. According to an anonymous ICE official, people are sometimes released before checks are completed, hindering proper action against potential terrorists.

John Fabbricatore, a retired ICE field director and member of the National Immigration Center for Enforcement’s (NICE) board, criticized the current vetting process. Instances like this show that terrorists can move freely in the U.S. for months after entering.

Fabbricatore pointed out that the overwhelming number of illegal border crossers forces Border Patrol to process them quickly, compromising thorough investigations. Background checks mainly focus on U.S. criminal history, often overlooking international records, which can take much longer to obtain.

The number of suspected terrorists at the southern border is rising. Federal data reveals that 50 individuals on the terror watchlist were arrested between October and December 2023.

In contrast, only 30 were caught from 2017 to 2020. Fabbricatore, also running for a House seat, emphasized the urgent need to enforce immigration laws and secure the border for national safety.