Donald Trump and the Republicans predicted another terrorist attack as a result of the Democrats’ open border policies and, unfortunately, they were correct.
The logical conclusion to Joe Biden’s disastrous border crisis wasn’t hard to foresee. Turns out that when you stop enforcing immigration laws, undesirable people will pour into the country, including known terrorists.
This incident, however, is not what anyone thought would happen.
According to government officials, an ISIS operative living in the United States attempted to assassinate former President George W. Bush.
Yes, you read that correctly…
Shihab Ahmed Shihab was living in Ohio when he devised a plot to kill George W. Bush, an unsealed FBI search warrant from March revealed. Confidential FBI informants began surveilling Shihab’s social media profiles after he openly discussed Bush’s assassination due to his role in the Iraq War.
Shihab has only been in the United States since 2020. He settled in Columbus, Ohio pending an application for political asylum. FBI documentation reveals Shihab was a member of an ultra-radical faction within ISIS called ‘al Raed’ which was reportedly led by Saddam Hussein’s personal pilot. There are rumored to be seven additional members of the ISIS group.
A spokesperson for Bush released a statement following Shihab’s arrest:
“President Bush has all the confidence in the world in the United States Secret Service and our law enforcement and intelligence communities.”
The plot to go after Bush was later unveiled after two confidential sources investigated the suspect under the cover of assisting with obtaining falsified immigration documentation.
The assassin even traveled to Dallas, Texas last November to surveil the whereabouts of George W. Bush. FBI documents claim Shihab stalked the former President’s home and the George W. Bush Institute.
Witnessing the ease in which he entered the United States, Shihab began recruiting ISIS colleagues whom he planned to smuggle across the US-Mexico border, taking full advantage of Biden’s disastrous open border policies.
At least one of Shihab’s recruits was “the secretary of an ISIS financial minister.” The men were “former Baath Party members in Iraq who did not agree with the current Iraqi government and were political exiles,” the suspect told the FBI’s source.
The FBI’s surveillance of Shihab included mobile location data provided by AT&T, as well as a “pen register,” which allowed the agency to surveil the target’s data despite the encrypted nature of WhatsApp’s messaging service.
What does one expect when the Department of Homeland Security is an open borders radical who shows very little concern with who enters the United States?
Author: Nolan Sheridan