ISIS Expanding Along U.S. Border, Growing Underground Highway
ISIS sympathizers are growing in influence along the Mexican/U.S. boarder.
These sympathizers are the drug lords who control major swaths of area in Mexico and underground tunnels are being built deep into U.S. territory.
It’s been recorded Al-Qaeda made several overtures to these drug lords some years ago and numerous reports have surfaced that ISIS is already in talks with them.
One thing is clear: ISIS will have a major foothold to our south if something doesn’t happen.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Our southern border is long and U.S. border patrol agents work to fight illegal activity like illegal immigration, drugs and now according to an FBI consultant, the border could be an attractive region for ISIS thanks in part to powerful drug lords.
“Drug dealers have found a way to move money without it being followed,” said Tyrone Powers, Former FBI Agent. “They found a way to move people in and out and they found a way to move product.”
That product powers refers to is tons and tons of meth, heroin and pot transferred through a labyrinth of tunnels from Mexico.
Drugs that are headed for the streets of the U.S.
But these tunnels could easily be an underground highway for ISIS to spawn its brutality here.