The Plandemic Is Working: Known and Suspected Terrorists Are Entering the U.S. in Unprecedented Numbers, Around 700,000 to Date. You Can Think Obama, Biden, Google, FakeBook, Twitter and All of Satan Soldiers


The Biden administration is hellbent on destroying our once-great nation. Nothing they have done is in the best interests of American folks. In reality, they are assaulting our way of life from every available direction.

Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) claims that the increase in illegal immigration has resulted in more known and suspected terrorists entering the United States than ever before.

The Louisiana delegate told NTD, The Epoch Times' sister publication, that the Biden administration was presenting "absurd" estimates on the real number of known and suspected terrorists entering America's borders.

Higgins, a well-respected police officer, believes the figure is significantly higher, owing in part to the number of "got-aways," or suspected terrorists who have worked hard to escape being apprehended by authorities at the border.

Higgins' remarks came after Border Patrol officers apprehended 50 persons from the FBI's terror blacklist between October 2021 and May 2022. In fiscal year 2021, which includes many months during previous President Donald Trump's administration, that number was just 15.

We lost approximately 250 KSTs, known and suspected terrorists, before the close of last year [2021], so the total number today that we're informed may serve roughly 700,000 'got-aways' are supposed to have crossed into America. I believe it is a low figure "Higgins said.

From my perspective, based on data delivered to me by boots on the ground from the border, Central America, and Mexico, as well as official numbers delivered to Congress from official data collection processes with Customs and Border Patrol, I believe it is reasonable for Americans to take a step back and say, 'My God, we have somewhere between 500 and 1,000 known and suspected terrorists [who] have entered our country across our southern border since President Obama took office.' This should astonish all Americans, regardless of political persuasion."

"Conservative Figures"

Higgins cited the Biden administration's use of "conservative statistics" in calculating the number of suspected terrorists in the United States as one of the reasons he feels the true number is greater.

The congressman went on to say that this is due in part to the fact that "got-aways" are notoriously tough to apprehend since they actively flee and hide from law authorities.

According to Higgins, things have become much more difficult since much of the border law enforcement has been diverted from its core purpose of border security to instead process illegal immigration, allowing the "got-aways" greater opportunity to flee.

"So the males that are actively dodging law enforcement, we're looking at genuine numbers of maybe a million, but we've been told 700,000," Higgins added. So, taking a figure of 700,000 and considering that a very tiny fraction of that number would be a known or suspected terrorist, which matches the historical record, you could look at 700 known and suspected terrorists who have come into our nation.

"That's a stunning figure." It should terrify us all. It should motivate us to take further action to address the Biden administration's disastrous border policies, to demand the resignation of [Department of Homeland Security] Secretary [Alejandro] Mayorkas, and to assure the American people that if Mayorkas does not leave, he will be impeached."

Higgins went on to say that a large proportion of persons fleeing law enforcement at the border work for Mexican drug gangs, and he cited the growing number of fentanyl fatalities in the United States.

Deaths from Fentanyl

According to statistics released earlier this year by the nonprofit organization Families Against Fentanyl, deaths from the strong synthetic opioid have more than quadrupled in 30 states in only two years. They've tripled in 15 states.

According to Families Against Fentanyl, the substance is currently the leading cause of mortality for Americans aged 18 to 45.

The Drug Enforcement Administration said earlier this year that drug traffickers are injecting fentanyl into bogus prescription medications like OxyContin and Percocet, which are also extensively used by drug users, to make them more addictive and entice more people to purchase them again and again.

"They've snuck into the dark depths of criminal networks throughout the nation, and we don't know who they are," Higgins said of the "got-aways" who have eluded law enforcement at the border. We don't know where they are. We have no idea what they are up to."

"But they didn't travel the globe as a known or suspected terrorist, hooked into terrorist networks to enter into our country—a long and demanding journey—just for laughs. They weren't simply passing through."

They're up to no good. We don't know what it is. However, this is a severe issue. And it has been explicitly caused and enabled by the Biden administration's actions. and Secretary Mayorkas We plan to hold them both accountable.

We opted to defend ourselves since our government would not protect us, and based on what occurred in Texas, the cops are either too terrified or too awake to perform their duties. We opted to defend ourselves since our government would not protect us, and based on what occurred in Texas, the cops are either too terrified or too awake to perform their duties.

At the same time, they are crafting laws to take away our final line of defense, Our Guns. I'm sure you can see an issue here.



Thing to Come, A gun control treaty is sought by UN Satanic soldiers, and the Biden administration is eager to participate. The UN Arms Trade Treaty, which the Biden administration wants to join and pass, would substantially restrict the Second Amendment rights of Americans. ATT text and oppressive clauses were made public in March 2013 and accepted by the UN General Assembly the following month, with the United States voting in favor. Kerry signed the deal on September 25, 2013, as Secretary of State.

The ATT would obliterate the Second Amendment's safeguards if it were to be passed. For starters, it restricts citizens' ability to carry arms by prohibiting them from owning or possessing any kind of weapon or ammunition. This mandates governments to implement intrusive firearm registration systems that enable the government to know precisely who possesses a weapon and the model they own. Countries may participate in civilian disarmament and the UN can support them in their efforts to comply with the treaty.

Since then, the ATT has been in effect from December 24, 2014. However, the pact had no legal force in the United States since it had not been approved by the Senate. No matter how you slice it, the Obama administration is pushing for the ratification of the treaty. When President Trump removed the United States from the ATT, the Left's objective of utilizing the pact to disarm the American people was momentarily deflated."

Biden wants to rejoin the Arms Trade Treaty, though. State Department assistant director William Malzahn was dispatched to the 7th Conference of States Parties to the Arms Trade Treaty by the Biden administration. Malzahn expressed the administration's support for the deal at a press conference held during the summit. It was also named as a treaty that Biden may rejoin by the Council on Foreign Relations, a subversive organization.

We already know what Joe Biden and his administration's goal is for gun regulation. Other anti-Constitutional measures taken by Biden include signing executive orders outlawing "ghost guns" and "pistol braces," advocating the prohibition of AR-15 weapons, and nominating anti-Constitutional activist David Chipman to run the ATF (ATF).

"This unlawful pact must be rejected," he said.

In the aftermath of a school massacre in Uvalde, Texas, that left at least 19 people dead, some Republicans are contemplating giving in to Democrats' calls to tighten federal gun rules.

Democrats have long fought for tougher government gun regulation, but Republicans have consistently resisted these measures, claiming their constitutional right to bear arms. Some Republicans now seem willing to consider a softer posture.

Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) claimed in an interview with CNN that he had been told by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to talk with certain moderate Democrats, including Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), in an effort to reach an agreement.

While expressing optimism that "a bipartisan solution to the realities of this horrific atrocity" might be found, McConnell said he "encouraged him to speak with Senator Sinema, Senator Murphy, and others who are engaged in trying to reach a resolution which is directly tied to the issue."

McConnell wanted to make it clear that he was not trying to further a political Democrat agenda, but rather to find a legislative response to the Uvalde shooting's specific circumstances..

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has urged Senator Cornyn to meet with Democrats who want a bipartisan approach and come up with a plan, if feasible, that addresses this specific issue.

Democrats, who need the backing of at least ten Republicans to overcome the Senate's 60-vote filibuster barrier, may appreciate McConnell's ambivalent support for a compromise measure.

He also hinted at a readiness to work across the aisle on legislation to respond to the crisis. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)

This is why Graham said he was looking forward to returning after the holiday to see what progress we can make on common-sense gun measures.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) also stated that a bipartisan deal might be struck.

The question that some of us are currently pondering is: "Is there a method to identify these folks who have this propensity?"" Rounds revealed to the press. Why don't we help our local police officers? Is it possible to offer greater security since schools have the means to do so?

"Are we able to agree on those points?" Is it possible to come to an agreement on these issues? And I believe it's a topic that might come up in the future."

Instead of new gun control measures, such a plan may concentrate on giving greater resources for police enforcement in the communities where the shootings occur.

In order to obtain 75 or 80 votes on the Senate floor "what do you do proactively?" Rounds pondered. “Perhaps it is funding—that’s one thing that we’ve been able to achieve. That is, to support direct financing for local units, to be able to have the resources available to provide extra safeguards to create a deterrent for these persons with, you know, with wicked intent or with a major mental health issue.”

Republicans such as Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) have refused any concessions to Democrats' demands on gun control.

During a press conference, Scott's spokeswoman said that he is "not working with Senator Murphy or any Democrat on federal gun reform," but is instead "focused on how we can continue to keep schools safe."

A compromise bill is possible, according to some Democrats.

In spite of his refusal to put a hopeless gun control plan on the Senate floor, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has declared that he would continue working with Republicans on a compromise.

"I'm going to maintain in contact with them, and hopefully, we can achieve a result that will really pass and become law," Schumer added.

One of the most important Democrat senators, Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), believes that the current shooting "feels different" than previous ones.

He's had a number of different proposals," Manchin responded when questioned about Cornyn. Working with everyone who's been affected by mental illness—whether that's via the use of red flag legislation or the investigation of a criminal background—done he's all he can in an effort to bring everyone together and come up with a viable solution.

"It's exactly the right moment," Manchin said. "It's long overdue."

As a result of the shooting, some Democrats are once again looking to the House measures, HR 8 and H.R. 1446, that would improve background checks.

It's not certain, however, whether these legislation can garner the approval of ten Republicans in the upper chamber of Congress.

This delay in finding an agreement on a measure is due to progressive demands for broad and rapid action, which have prompted the Senate to postpone its Memorial Day holiday rather than cancel the week of June 6.


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