Trump issues sobering warning about the fight in Gaza: It’s ‘coming home’ to America

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump issued a warning on Monday about the realities of domestic danger that America faces in the wake of nearly three years of unchecked illegal immigration in America. He warned that the bloody fight overseas between Hamas and Israel could be “coming home” to American soil.

The president laid it out on Truth Social:

“The fight in GAZA is ‘coming home’ to the USA. The tens of thousands of strong young men from the Middle East, that have already ‘invaded’ our Country, and are continuing to come, totally unchecked, will become a problem the likes of which we have never seen before.”

Trump has sounded the alarm on the dangers of having a wide-open border, and now, he has resoundingly warned against a domestic incursion of extremists who may wish to do major harm to Americans on home soil.

He continued, “Crooked Joe Biden is a very ignorant (STUPID!) man, who has NEVER been right on a foreign policy issue in his life. CLOSE OUR BORDER, NOW. STOP THE ONSLAUGHT, STOP THE INVASION!”

Earlier this month, after the horrific killings that took place in Israel at the hands of Hamas terrorists and the war that has erupted in its wake, Trump pointed out that “the same people that raided Israel” have been pouring over the U.S. southern border.

“Are they planning an attack within our Country?” he posited recently.

Now, his Monday comments suggest that the president considers the threat of a domestic terrorist attack to be very high.

FBI Director Christopher Wray last week warned that the reported domestic threats in America had increased and that it was important for American citizens to “be on the lookout – especially for lone actors who may take inspiration from recent events to commit violence of their own.”

According to data from Rasmussen Reports, 75 percent of all voters in America today are now “concerned that the current conflict in Israel will lead to a terrorist attack on the United States, including 43% who are very concerned.”

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