Americans are more worried about the potential for domestic terror threats than ever due to the unfettered flow of illegal and unvetted migration into the country since Joe Biden took office in 2021.
One Texas gun store owner, David Prince, told WFAA that he’s seen a 300 percent increase in gun sales between his two locations in Farmers Branch and Lewisville since the bloody war between Hamas and Israel erupted in early October.
This week, FBI Director Christopher Wray confirmed many Americans’ fears when he alerted the country to an “increase in reported threats” from potentially violent actors as Hamas terrorists and Israeli Defense Forces clash in the Middle East.
He stated, “In this heightened environment, there’s no question we’re seeing an increase in reported threats, and we’ve got to be on the lookout – especially for lone actors who may take inspiration from recent events to commit violence of their own.”
President Donald Trump has resolutely accused Iran of funding the war against Israel, noting during remarks on Monday in Clive, Iowa, that Iran was “financing Hamas and they’re financing Hezbollah.”
He also warned that the same people who invaded Israeli territory and butchered men, women, children, and infants have immigrated illegally into the U.S. via the wide-open and unsecured southern border.
“Millions of people a month are coming into our country,” he stated, adding that many of the migrants flowing into the U.S. include “disproportionate numbers of young strong men.”
For this reason, the president has pitched the implementation of “ideological screening” for all immigrants seeking to enter U.S. territory in a prospective second term of his administration, vowing that anyone with jihadist or extremist sympathies would be denied entry.