Don't worry, be happy.
Homeland Security insists there is no credible threat of Muslim terrorists crossing the southwest border to attack the United States as reported by Dan Friedman for the Daily News.
Of course, these are the same clowns who insist there is no evidence of any drug cartel spillover violence from Mexico into America.
Meanwhile, three Mexican nationals were arrested earlier this week after they crossed the border into McAllen, TX for their alleged roles last year in gunning down reputed Gulf cartel lawyer Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa in a Dallas suburb on suspicion that he had become a cooperating informant for Team America, and yesterday a 23-year-old suspected hitman for a Mexican cartel was charged for his alleged role two years ago in gunning down a family at their dinner table which left two men dead and three children injured in Edinburg, TX.
Indeed, Homeland Security is an oxymoron, and under its purported watch the Mexican cartels move $50 billion in bulk product and bundled cash across the border each year, and have established supply lines, distribution networks and operational cells in hundreds of communties throughout the United States.
And we're supposed to believe Homeland Security has a handle on the terrorists when the narcos are running roughshod over the country?
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