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Wray says the terrorist threat level is unprecedentedly high

FBI Director Christopher Wray said Tuesday that the terrorist threat level is at an unprecedented level following the attack on Israel by the Palestinian terror group Hamas.

Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) asked Wray to describe the current “threat matrix” facing the United States.

“What I would say is unique about the environment we're in right now in my career is that while there have been times over the years where individual threats might have been higher here or there than where they could be right now, I've never seen a time when all the threats or so many of the threats are elevated, all at the exact same time,” Wray said.

“So the analogy of flashing red lights about 9/11 — apparently all the lights were flashing red before 9/11,” Graham continued. “Obviously we all missed it. Would you say there are multiple flashing red lights?”

“I see red lights flashing everywhere,” the FBI director replied.

Former CIA analyst and target Sarah Adams, who now works for the Department of Defense, confirmed during a recent appearance on Shawn Ryan Show podcast that terrorists are already entering the US through the open southern border while discussing an al Qaeda resurgence in Afghanistan: Adams said this is happening after explaining that the Biden administration has established an “official relationship with 'intelligence sharing' with the Taliban.

“Do you think they're going to start coming through our southern border,” asked Ryan, a former Navy SEAL and CIA contractor.

“Oh, they've already started,” Adams replied.

Ryan asked his guest if she knew for sure and she replied, “Yes.”

“How do you know that?” he pressed

“I know because I was told several times about the pockets of terrorist groups, like six [to] eight, there was a bigger one, maybe 25 to 50. I think it was 50, who got passports from the Afghan government for the sole purpose of getting to our southern border. One was ISIS, it was just a group of eight.”

The path ISIS terrorists planned to take, according to Adams, was to travel to Iran and then Turkey, and from there to Brazil, where they would reach America through the Darien Gap.

Here's a quick sampling of responses to the troubling story, as seen on X:


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