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Authorities Captures Two Iranians Who Raise ‘Red Flags’ on the Border

Authorities Captures Two Iranians Who Raise ‘Red Flags’ on the Border

Both men had a place on the Terrorist Screening Database.

Border patrol agents captured two Iranians who raised “red flags” among authorities as potential “security threats” in the past two weeks:

Two Iranians who are “raising red flags that they could pose a significant security threat” have been captured over the past two weeks at the American border, sources with U.S. Customs and Border Protection tell Fox News.

The identities of both Iranians appeared on the Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB), the sources confirmed.

Meanwhile, an Iranian man in his 40s was taken into custody around 3 a.m. Sunday in Eagle Pass, Texas, becoming the fourth individual from the country to be captured since Oct. 1 in the Del Rio sector.

In fiscal year 2023, which began at the start of last October, there were 151 total hits on the TSDB through the period ending on Aug. 31.

Fiscal year 2024 is only two weeks old. In that time, the border patrol has apprehended:

  • Over 30 Iranians
  • Nearly 60 Syrians
  • 35 Pakistanis
  • Over 100 Russians
  • 285 Afghans
  • Nearly 2,000 Chinese

All of those countries listed above hate Israel and America.

Tensions are close to boiling over in the Middle East. Israel will likely begin a ground invasion into Gaza soon. Hezbollah could attack from the north. Iran funds and backs Hamas and Hezbollah.


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2,000 Chinese in 14 days? Could I have possibly read that correctly? WTF could possibly go wrong with that?

All those captured at our border should make every Republican campaign sign across America.

    Repubs are bought and paid for by big business. Big business doesn’t care whether they’re terrorists, they just want to drop the starting wage to $6 an hour so they have cheap labor.

Morning Sunshine | October 16, 2023 at 6:05 pm

only 2? somehow I think a lot more than that crossed the border….


This is so insane

Do you
Know we pay $2200 dollars for each “family” one child , one parent so families split up, spread the kids around amd
Every adult with a child gets $2200 a month

Add it up by the millions upon millions of our tax dollars

And then tell me Medicare os bankrupt

I’m so disgusted

    CommoChief in reply to gonzotx. | October 16, 2023 at 8:05 pm

    Sorry to say the Medicare trust fund, funded by those pesky Medicare taxes, will become insolvent in 2028. Social Security trust fund becomes insolvent in 2033. That means an immediate 20-25% cut in benefits depending upon the estimate. Personally I think the more pessimistic 25% cut is far more likely. Hope I am wrong.

    Some of the proposed options are: Increase retirement age, increase Social Security/Medicare tax rates, eliminate caps income subject to the taxes, make fringe benefit (like healthcare or stock benefits) that employers offer to current employees 1st $ taxable.

    The issue with those options is a generational one. All those negative things would be applied to Gen X and younger. Current beneficiaries, Silent generation and Boomers, didn’t pay the current tax levels until ’86 so were spared for some or most of their adult working life. In contrast Gen X and younger paid these rates from their 1st summer jobs in HS with the exception of the earliest two/three years of Gen X.

    The other issue is the Silent Gen and Boomers have been consistently opposed to making any changes when the changes would have been smaller and less draconian. They let the AARP be their pied piper. These two generational cohorts still seek to shift all the pain onto younger generations and avoid any pain for themselves. Might have been possible until even a few years ago but not today. Younger generations are pretty much united on this issue as well. We know that we gonna get a 25% haircut if nothing changes. Heck we’ve known this for decades and have come to terms with it, so why would we voluntarily accept politicians trying to make us take a bigger haircut? I know I will become a single issue voter on this if the pain isn’t equally shared among generations.

      gonzotx in reply to CommoChief. | October 16, 2023 at 8:29 pm


      We support Europe’s military with hundreds of billions of dollars so THEIR people can enjoy social benefits including full heath care and early retirement.

      Add to that the stealing of funds by the billions over the years for pet projects

      This all has to

        CommoChief in reply to gonzotx. | October 17, 2023 at 9:29 am


        If you want to transform social security and Medicare from earned benefit programs into just another welfare program then make the case. Be careful though b/c if you argue for massive infusions of cash from general revenue then you only increase opposition from Gen X and younger cohorts.

        I would also point out that the Silent Gen and Boomers have held the reins of political power for many decades. Not just in Congress but in the electorate, especially so for the Boomers due to sheer size. So before getting salty with Gen X and younger be sure to remember every time reform of Social Security/Medicare came up how the AARP demonized any reforms and how many times Silent Gen and Boomers kicked the can down the road. We are looking at the end of that road.

    MattMusson in reply to gonzotx. | October 17, 2023 at 9:53 am

    Time for a Pause in Immigration.

    Just pause everything while we process everyone already in custody (or released).
    No more hotel rooms, busses or subsidies. Everyone just gets turned back. And,
    everyone who is denied asylum gets sent home.

The Marxists pretty much defeated us. They’ve led the invasion of Western Europe, the UK and North America.

In the UK the Cenotaph is draped with Palestinian flags. Londoners might as well build a mosque on top of it and cite why it’s always been islamic.

For every two they catch, 2000 more sneak in, courtesy of the inaction of the Obama bin Biden regime.

So the rest don’t raise a red flag?

    CommoChief in reply to Chewbacca. | October 17, 2023 at 2:00 pm

    IMO, the vetting process for anyone attempting to enter the US whether through legal processes, illegally or otherwise must require a positive result. Meaning that if they check someone and no info comes back then don’t let them in. We should not admit anyone where the check doesn’t come back with hard evidence along the lines of:

    ‘Hardworking, honest person. Respects others, no criminal past, no association with criminals, pays their taxes, contributes to the community. Then if they clear that hurdle find out whether they have useful skills we need. If they clear this hurdle then ask who their US.Citizen sponsor is.

    Then contact that person and have the sponsor come down and pick them up, after posting a $50K bond ea and signing a binding contract to house, feed, provide clothing and be responsible for all medical services, school costs and the proportional public service costs this person is adding to the community. In addition that Sponsor is limited to one nuclear family unit max of 6 at a time and if they fail to meet their burden or the person sponsored ducks out and doesn’t keep contact with immigration officials as directed the Sponsor must arrange for the surrender of the remaining folks in his care to Immigration.

We need them to pick the orange crops in Florida. (Paraphrasing Nancy Pelosi from a year or two ago.)

Bucky Barkingham | October 17, 2023 at 6:56 am

The report says “captured” and “apprehended” but not incarcerated. Are they in custody or on the loose somewhere in the country?