Report: Four Middle Easterners With “Known Ties To Terrorists” Captured On Southern Texas Border On September 10th
I’m sure their intent was to simply make it to the nearest mosque before Friday prayers in order to pray for the success of endeavors that had absolutely nothing to do with Islam …
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Gateway Pundit – “Congressman Jason Chaffetz broke this shocking news Wednesday that four known terrorists were apprehended at the US border in Texas on September 10 – the day before the 13th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks.
Chaffetz questioned Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on whether he is ‘aware of any apprehensions of suspected or known terrorists.’
Johnson dodged the question.
Tonight, Rep. Chaffetz told Megyn Kelly there were four terrorists arrested crossing the US border in Texas on September 10.
“There were actually four individuals trying to cross through the Texas border, who were apprehended at two different stations, that do have ties to known terrorist organizations in the Middle East.”
Via The Kelly File:
Breitbart has more on today’s exchange at the Homeland Security hearing:
During a House Homeland Security Committee hearing today focused on worldwide threats to America, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), asked DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson whether he is ‘aware of any apprehensions of suspected or known terrorists’ who have attempted to enter the U.S. illegally during his tenure as homeland security chief. Johnson was sworn in as the fourth DHS secretary on December 23, 2013.
Rep. Chaffetz, who serves on the homeland security panel’s Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, clarified that he was referring to whether known terrorists, suspected terrorists, or individuals with ties to terrorist organizations have been arrested trying to come into the country illegally.
‘Sitting here right now, no specific case comes to mind,’ responded Johnson. ‘That doesn’t mean there is none.’