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WATCH: Mexican Military Makes Startling Discovery At Southern Border, Migrants Aren’t Our Only Problem

It looks like undocumented migrants are the least of our concerns when it comes to the ongoing border crisis.

According to new reports, the Mexican military has found 10 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) at the border, had they not found these devices they would have made their way into the United States.

Undocumented immigration is a problem, but the overwhelming majority of these folks just want to make money and send it back home. It is not the illegal immigrant M.O. to carry around IEDs or engage in acts of terrorism.

The current reports say that the items were found while the Mexican military was apprehending cartel members, but IEDs aren’t the poison of choice for cartels. Could they have been acting as couriers for some hostile foreign entity?

This is just my theory, but I believe something else is now going on at the border—something vigilant Americans have warned against since the start of the border crisis.

Namely, hostile foreign countries are now using our border as an access point to smuggle terrorist cells and weapons into the United States.

On Saturday, the GOP stated: “A record number of individuals on the terror watchlist are attempting to illegally cross into America as officials warn Border Patrol to be on the lookout for IEDs.”

Fox Business claimed:

The IEDs were found by Mexican authorities after Tucson border patrol observed gunshots at the U.S.-Mexico border and a Tucson supervisory border patrol agent arrested an armed person on the U.S. side who had a loaded AK-47 rifle, two loaded AK magazines, loose rounds and a handgun.

Concerned Americans, including one war veteran, sounded the alarm and explained that we have much to be concerned about. How many of these devices have already crossed the border undetected?

Daily Mail added:

Border patrol agents have previously reporting encountering migrants carrying IEDs.

In September, border patrol agents found an abandoned backpack stuffed with a cannonball-sized IEDs and ammunition, as reported by News Nation. There were no migrants found at the scene.

In May, US officials found an IED at the Arizona point of entry. The device was used made an M&M container wrapped with electrical tape.


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