President Obama is charging right ahead with his amnesty agenda for illegal aliens even though America just took a blow across the chin from the Tsarnaev brothers, Russian immigrants of Chechnyan descent to whom political asylum was granted. According to Breitbart.com, while speaking at the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library, President Obama and Bill Clinton praised the immigration policies of President George W. Bush (that were FAR from conservative) in order to try to leverage conservatives into backing off of their common sense principle of opposing amnesty for illegal aliens. To compound the lunacy surrounding the situation with the Chechnyan immigrants, not only were they admitted to the United States from a region known as a hotbed for Islamic terrorism, but the Tsarnaevs were also recipients of public assistance from the state of Massachusetts. Caroline May of The Daily Caller reported in July of 2012 that the United States Department of Agriculture is purposefully targeting illegal immigrants to apply for the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program through the use of novelas in Spanish (No, they are not doing the same thing in English, surprise, surprise!!) Perhaps if federal funds for food stamp programs like SNAP weren’t made so readily available to the families of illegal immigrants and Muslims proclaiming political asylum, the Obama Administration would not have found it necessary to slash the bomb prevention budget from the Department of Homeland Security by forty-five percent.
For those who might contend that illegal immigrants crossing the border into the United States from Mexico have nothing to do with Islamic terrorism, there is significant evidence that combats this liberal tendency to embrace naivete’.
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On February 9, 2012, State senator for Arizona Sylvia Allen, in a guest column at the Arizona Capitol Times revealed that Zachary Taylor, a former Border Patrol Agent who is now Vice Chairman of the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers, appeared on national television and described the known relationship between cartel tunnels used for smuggling and the Shia militant group Hezbollah.
According to Mr. Taylor, a Muslim cleric, Abdullah al-Nafsi, said that “there is no need for airplanes and planning; one man with the courage to carry a suitcase of anthrax through the tunnels from Mexico to the United States could kill 330,000 Americans in one hour.”
More than Mr. Taylor’s speculation points to a real threat from terrorism on the United States border with Mexico. Several incidents were documented in the article written by State Senator Allen, including the following:
In February 2001, Mahmoud Kourani (the brother of Hezbollah’s security chief in southern Lebanon) came across the border from Tijuana into California in the trunk of a car, after bribing a Mexican embassy official in Beirut to get a visa. He eventually settled in Dearborn, Mich. Kourani had received training in weapons, intelligence, and spy craft in Iran.
- In December 2002, Salim Boughader was arrested for smuggling 200 Lebanese, including Hezbollah operatives, across the border from Tiajuana into California. Boughader had previously worked for Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV satellite network.
- In July 2004, a woman named Farida Goolam Mohamed Ahmed was arrested at a Texas airport boarding a flight to New York after she either walked or swam across the Mexican border into Texas. According to the Washington Post, she was connected to a Pakistani terrorist group and was believed to be ferrying instructions to U.S.-based al-Qaeda operatives.
- In January 2005, two Hamas operatives, Mahmoud Khalil and Ziad Saleh, were arrested as part of a criminal enterprise in Los Angeles. Both had entered the U.S. after paying a smuggler $10,000 each to take them across the border.
- In November 2005, Texas Congressman John Culberson described on national TV how an Iraqi al-Qaeda operative on the terror watch list was captured living near the Mexico-Texas border. In addition, Texas border sheriffs reported in the same newscast that there were at that time, in Mexico just across from Brownsville, Texas, at least one — and probably three — narco-terrorist training camps, run by the Zetas, a paramilitary force that is the muscle and the army for the Gulf cartel. The sheriffs told Congressman Culberson about another narco-terrorist training camp operating outside of Del Rio, about 40 miles southwest.