Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) posted a letter sent to him and other members of Congress by former law enforcement officials warning Joe Biden’s open-border policies have put America in grave danger.
The cautionary message comes as every GOP governor in the country signed a joint letterThursday supporting Texas in the battle to secure its border despite Biden admin efforts to keep the floodgates open.
This sobering letter from former FBI, Homeland Security, and other law enforcement officials describes the chilling reality of why @POTUS’s open border is a clear and present danger to America. pic.twitter.com/JrlM6vKjVq
— Senator Ron Johnson (@SenRonJohnson) January 25, 2024
Ten retired FBI directors and experts in counter intelligence sent a letter to GOP House Speaker Mike Johnson (La.), Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (N.Y.), and the chairs of House and Senate intelligence and homeland security committees on Jan. 17.
The letter stated Biden’s open borders are a “specific threat that may be one of the most pernicious ever to menace the United States.”
The former senior executives of US intelligence continued, “The threat we call out today is new and unfamiliar. In its modern history the U.S. has never suffered an invasion of the homeland, and, yet, one is unfolding now. Military age men from across the globe, many from countries or regions not friendly to the United States, are landing in waves on our soil by the thousands – not by splashing ashore from a ship or parachuting from a plane bur rather by foot across a border that has been accurately advertised around the world as largely unprotected with ready access granted.”
“It would be difficult to overstate the danger represented by the presence inside our borders of what is comparatively a multi division army of young single adult males from hostile nations and regions whose background, intent, or allegiance is completely unknown. They include individuals encountered by border officials and then possibly released into the country, along with the shockingly high estimate of ‘gotaways,’ meaning those who have entered and evaded apprehension.