VIDEO: Terror Warning Issued

( – Former acting ICE Director Tom Homan shared grave concerns about U.S. national security due to the rising dangers caused by the flurry of illegal border crossings under Joe Biden’s administration.

Watch the video below.

During a recent Fox News interview, Homan said he was worried about potential threats slipping through.

“Look, I said for a long time, something is coming,” he warned. “No one is going to convince me that a single person off the watchlist hasn’t entered this country and not been apprehended. Just in the southern border alone, we are at 370 or so already.”

He brought to light significant surveillance gaps along the U.S.-Mexico border, where extensive stretches do not have advanced technologies like drones and sensors to monitor them.

“We do not know how many thousands of people have crossed in areas where we cannot track them,” he pointed out while estimating the number of undetected entries to be as high as 1.6 million.

The conversation touched on specific incidents involving individuals on the terrorist watchlist, such as Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) April arrest of 48-year-old Afghan Mohammad Kharwin.

NBC News reported that Kharwin entered illegally through the southern border and “is a member of Hezb-e-Islami, or HIG, a political and paramilitary organization that the U.S. has designated a terrorist organization.”

Hezb-e-Islami or “Party of Islam” has been accused of killing American soldiers in Afghanistan between 2013 and 2015.

It has also been deemed a “virulently anti-Western insurgent group whose goal is to replace the Western-backed Afghan Government with an Islamic state rooted in sharia.”

Despite initial inconsistencies regarding his status on the terrorist watchlist, he was eventually confirmed to be linked to this group but was released on bond by an immigration judge who was reportedly did not know of his terrorist connections.

Further complicating matters, another report emerged about an al-Shabaab terrorist who roamed the U.S. for nearly a year after being mistakenly freed and before being arrested in Minnesota.

The U.S. designated al-Shabaab as a terrorist group in March 2008. “Since 2014 al-Shabaab has killed more US citizens than any other al Qa’ida affiliate, and as of 2022, was its wealthiest component,” as per the Counter-Terrorism Guide for the Director of National Intelligence.

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