RED ALERT: CBP Warns Of 4 Iranians With Explosives Attempting To Cross Mexicali Border

Written by Wes Walker on January 17, 2020

Arizona CBP issues Terrorist advisory at the US border due to an Iranian terror threat.

(Is this a bad time to mention that there wasn’t a single question about border security at the last Democratic debate?)

Mexicali Police Chief Maria Elena Andrade confirmed that a red alert has been issued at the Mexicali border due to a possible Iranian terrorist threat.

According to Andrade, the terrorist advisory was received Thursday from Customs and Border Protection in Arizona.

“We received reports that four nationals of Iran possibly carrying explosives were going to attempt to cross the border in the area of San Luis to Mexicali. We were told it was three men and a woman to be on the lookout for, “ said Andrade.

Upon the alert issued, Operation Shield has now been activated in Mexicali.

According to Andrade, all law enforcement in the city is currently on high alert.

The chief said CBP asked Mexicali law enforcement to issue the alert for the next 48 hours, but Andrade said she has extended the alert for 72 hours.

“We have no incident that has happened as of now, we are responding accordingly and we will not underestimate these threats,” said Andrade.

This is NOT the first time that people wishing to do harm to Americans have looked to the porous Southern Border. You know, the same border that Democrats are desperate to keep open.

Remember just last summer? Video: Kuwaiti Prof calling for ‘4 Pounds Of Anthrax’ to Be smuggled though US-Mex Border


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