Terror Plan Thwarted – Illegal Alien Almost Succeeded

According to a new report by Kelly Sienkowski from the Potomac Local News, an illegal alien recently attempted to enter a military facility in Virginia without authorization.

According to the news source, two men attempted to enter Quantico Marine Corps Base, which is close to Triangle, Virginia, by pretending to be Amazon delivery drivers. The soldiers pulled up to the base’s main gate on May 3. They explained to the guards that they were trying to complete a delivery to the base post office on Amazon’s behalf.

Local law officials told the guys to wait in a holding area while they carried out a further examination after they were unable to produce their entrance credentials.

“Have American investigators eliminated the possibility of terrorism as a motive?”

“One of the military officers spotted the driver, defying the exact directions of the authorities, continuing to maneuver the car past the waiting area and attempting to approach… Quantico,” Captain Michael Curtis told Potomac Local News.

The truck was unable to continue onto the base because the cops moved swiftly to activate the vehicle denial barriers.

ICE took possession of the two individuals, according to Curtis, who spoke with the news source. He mentioned that the incident did not result in any injuries.

Several sources told Potomac Local News that one of the males was a Jordanian citizen who recently entered through¬†the southern border. The sources said that one of the truck’s passengers was on the American terrorism watch list. However, the military installation was unable to verify the information from the sources.

The news site noted that the sources added that after the event, the facility had tightened security and advised staff to remain extremely vigilant.

Todd Bensman is a senior national fellow at the U.S. Center for Immigration Studies. He claims that the Marines cited people for trespassing.

Regarding the event, Bensman wrote in a NY Post piece, “Did Middle Eastern unlawful border crossers recently try to attack a U.S. military base? There are a ton of other queries that also need responses. However, the federal government is silent.

Have American investigators eliminated the possibility of a terrorist motive? Are American counterterrorism authorities even interested in knowing, and is that an issue worth investigating? Bensman went on. Did the truck’s occupants, who were undocumented immigrants, possess any weapons? Did the vehicle act as a weapon? How and when precisely did the guys enter the country?

Sienkowski assured Bensman that no further details about the occurrence would be divulged.

“We have made contact with nearly all elected officials, as well as many who are seeking office,” Sienkowski said.

Sienkowski continued, “It truly blows my mind that no other news media has followed up on the subject after a complete week has gone.” “We require greater openness about how our border issues are affecting national security through isolated events such as this one.”

Senator Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.) responded to the findings by writing on X, saying, “The border catastrophe that [President Joe Biden] unleashed is our biggest national security concern.” The most recent warning is that a Jordanian crossed the border, was on a terrorist watch list, and attempted to get past security and reach Marine Corps Base Quantico. If accurate, concern.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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