Update of a previous story posted on April 25th, 2017.
By: Jake Fogg
The Washington Post reported today, June 29th,of the reinstatement of Trump's travel ban from six "mostly Muslim" countries, which commences tonight.
Fox News reported today of the passage of the Congressional Bill known as "Kate's Law" which increases penalties on illegals who get deported back to their country.
While both pieces of policy-making provide at least some form of preemptiive activity in the name of "Protection",they do not solve the much greater risk of attack from within by illegals and unvetted refugees who have already infiltrated society in the U.S. particularly during the Obama administration.
Late in May, John Kelly the current head of the Department of Homeland Security, made the statement to a Fox News host, “I was telling [Fox host] Steve [Doocy] on the way in here, if he knew what I knew about terrorism, he’d never leave the house in the morning."
Kelly also said in the same interview with Fox and Friends,“It’s everywhere. It’s constant. It’s nonstop. The good news for us in America is we have amazing people protecting us every day. But it can happen here almost anytime.”
This is not the first time since being appointed as head of DHS that John Kelly has warned the American People.
"The Risk of terrorism is threatening us today in a way that is worse than it was on 9/11”, warned Kelly, the head of DHS on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. This is a wake-up-call to all Americans and should serve as a lesson on the danger of exchanging national security for political ideology.
To demonstrate the severity his statement, Kelly stated that there are open terrorist investigations in all 50 states. He also said that in the last 12 months alone, there are 37 open investigations of homegrown terrorists.
Kelly made it clear that this country is vulnerable to attack at any time and that there is really nothing that could be done to stop it. “The threat is vast, unpredictable, and difficult to control”, said Kelly. This information is frightening, yet should come as no surprise. After all, America asked for it. Indeed, it could even be argued that maybe America wanted it!
"Open terrorist investigations in all 50 states…”
Of course, when it does happen, and it likely will, the questions posed will be, “Why did this happen?”, “How did this happen?”, “Who is to blame?” And ironically, the questions will be asked by the very people that ARE to blame!
The root cause, or the “how”, of our national security disaster is very simple. Unfortunately, however, the “why”, or list of reasons and contributors is long and complex.
There should be no question as to what caused our crippled state of national security. The United States decided to disregard its own borders, while simultaneously and voluntarily bringing in thousands of immigrants from cultures that are contradictive to a free society. We simply