BREAKING: Terrorist Captured!


(TheLastPatriotNews) – As every true American Patriot knows, the southern border of the United States of America is so porous because it lacks a wall in most areas that anyone – anyone – can easily walk across the border.

That includes terrorists, like the 19 who struck on September 11, 2001, who intend to do great harm to Americans.

Today, from the United States Border Patrol stationed in Yuma, Arizona, comes news of the capture of a potential Islamic terrorist who came from Saudia Arabia, was disguised as an emergency medical worker and was caught after he’d already illegally crossed the southern border and entered the United States from Mexico.

Here’s what we know.

According to a tweet from Bill Melugin (see below), a national correspondent for Fox News who is based in Los Angeles, “A potential terrorist from Saudi Arabia has been caught by Border Patrol in Yuma, AZ after crossing illegally. It appears he was wearing some sort of EMT/medical volunteer outfit with a patch from Central Oneida County, New York, and a backward American flag.” (In a subsequent tweet, he notes that the flag patch was not backward) [emphasis added]

Further, Melugin’s tweet attaches a tweet 9see below) from Chief Border Patrol Agent Chris T. Clem of the Yuma, Arizona sector, which states: “#USBP #YumaSector agents apprehended a potential terrorist who illegally entered the U.S. from Mexico Thursday night. The 21-year-old migrant from Saudi Arabia is linked to several Yemeni subjects of interest. #BorderSecurity is #NationalSecurity.” [emphasis added]

The next time some leftist, socialist, communist sympathizer tells you no terrorists ever cross the southern border, you know better.

Please look at the tweets below and then share your thoughts on the capture of this potential terrorist disguised as an emergency medical worker by emailing [email protected]. Do you believe the southern border must be secured to stop terrorists from entering the United States of America? Why or why not?

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