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Crossing Canadian border dressed as ISIS terrorist is easy

Crossing Canadian border dressed as ISIS terrorist is easy

James O’Keefe’s latest.

In his last video, James O’Keefe crossed the Rio Grande dressed as Osama bin Laden.

Now he’s crossing the Canadian border by boat with someone dressed as an ISIS terrorist.

It’s easy.

Our lake border security amounts to nothing more than an honor system.

More at the Project Veritas website.


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But Americans won’t send buses to import illegals from Canada?

By any chance did he cross via an “Indian” reservation?

If he tried it with a set of antique bagpipes…or another instrument using exotic woods or ivory…he’d be busted fer sure.

Prog drone faux outrage and ad hominem attacks on O’Keefe in 3….2….1…..

TrooperJohnSmith | September 8, 2014 at 11:16 am

James O’Keefe drives The Left absolutely nuts. I finally realized from talking to my left-wing professor sibling that it’s because he beats them at their own game of over-the-top political theater. He offers a visceral, visual and damaging “gotcha” right in their face, which is what they are so good at doing. He turns Alinsky into a counter-weapon.

Insufficiently Sensitive | September 8, 2014 at 12:18 pm

This is what our ‘journalists’ should be doing, what with the growing probability of more attacks by the ‘activists’ so beloved of blue-state intellectuals. Oh, dang, the ‘journalists’ ARE blue-state intellectuals, they’d be betraying their class interests by examining hyper-porous borders.

9thDistrictNeighbor | September 8, 2014 at 12:36 pm

Lake Erie was a vital pathway for the importation of scotch during Prohibition. O’Keefe left and returned from Cleveland, but one easier path is to go from Point Pelee near Leamington (which used to smell like Ketchup until they closed the Heinz plant in June) to any number of small islands in the lake–Pelee island(on the Ontario side of the lake), Kellys Island, and North, Middle and South Bass Islands (all on the Ohio side). From South Bass island it’s a quick ferry to Put-In-Bay and the Ohio Turnpike. An even quicker route is across the Detroit River, filled with pleasure-boaters and less than a mile wide at some points, with 28 or so miles of lovely coves and hiding places—and an even easier route to Dearborn, Michigan…and I’m not talking about the Ford plant….