Skip to comments.ALERT: Border Patrol Catches Egyptian, Iraqi Nationals Sneaking Across the Border
Posted on 02/09/2017 1:46:06 PM PST by davikkm
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Border Patrol agents reportedly apprehended two individuals who were attempting to sneak across the border Saturday but they werent the customary illegal aliens from Mexico or Central America.
CBP confirmed to Breitbart Texas that one Iraqi national and one Egyptian national were detained by Border Patrol agents after they illegally entered the U.S. from Mexico. Iraq and Egypt are hotbeds for terrorism.
CBP did not confirm if the foreign nationals were men, however a source claimed they were both males.
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Thank you boder patrol for doing your job. You can finally do your job without having your hands tied. Thank you for your hard work in keeping America safe. May God bless each one of you and keep you all safe. smen
Judge ruled we throw them a party and let them rape as well.
Now that our side is running things again I think we need an accounting of how many muslims were caught trying to cross the border and then released.
It is not enough to just correct the mistakes of the past. We need to expose what has been going on for the last eight years.
I’m ok with that as long it happens at the judges residence and they arrested and deported afterward.
Its an act of love, remember?
They’re not sending us their best, folks.
Funny what is found out when you find the will do let people do their jobs...
Two ME men caught, how many entered without being caught?
There is room at Gitmo.
Take them to San Francisco and deposit them on a few judges’ front porches.
Why does everyone want to house them in Gitmo? Gitmo is like a five star hotel compared to where they came from? You foot the bill.
Why does everyone want to house them in Gitmo?
To keep them away from jurisdiction of courts.
Send them back to Egypt and Iraq.
Judge Robart should stay out his house.
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