Fresh off of being cancelled from Twitter, James O’Keefe and his team at Project Veritas has dropped another bombshell report. This time it is the Department of Homeland Security under the microscope as an insider within DHS sent Veritas information about Anwar Abdulrahman Mukred Saeed Al-Bokari a Yemeni national on the terrorism watch list.
Al-Bokari with four other Yemeni terrorists from the watch list were traveling up through Panama and were detained at the Mexicali Airport just south of the California border on Monday, April 12th. Al-Bokari and his group were then promptly released by the Mexican Authorities according to O’Keefe”s source in the CBP.
Just last week two Yemenis on the terrorism watchlist were captured after successfully penetrating into the United States at the nearby Calexico border crossing. Patriot United News reported that “Most startlingly the Biden-Harris regime has blocked the previously media accessible press release regarding their capture.”
Project Veritas reported,
“The first arrest, on January 29, involved a 33-year-old illegal Yemeni who was on both the FBI’s Terrorism Watch List and a No-Fly List. The second occurred March 30 in the same sector. The 26-year-old was also on both lists.”
Al-Bokari was apprehended by Customs and Border Patrol on April 13th shortly after Veritas created their video, causing them to hastily edit it for release adding that new information.
The Yemeni Civil war which began in earnest during the Obama administration in 2014 has recieved little if any response from powers outside the Middle-East even as it seems to be spilling into the Sonoran Desert with more and more Yemeni terrorists being apprehended in California and Arizona. This has only intensified since a high profile January attack against the Yemen “Unity” government at the Aden International Airport as they returned from a promising peace summit in Saudi Arabia which killed 26 and injured dozens more.
No press release has been issued on CBP.gov pertaining to the capture of Al-Bokari or his associates.
The silence of the Biden-Harris regime and dramatic influx of Yemeni terrorists over the border could suggest either an increase in desperate flight from starvation and an escalating civil war, or worse: increased attempts to bring the Islamist Al-Qaeda or ISIS jihadist terrorism to American shores. But why would Yemenis want to attack us?
Because President Obama spent 8 years attacking them and left President Trump in the terrible position of needing to continue supporting the Saudis if only to keep Iranian backed forces from taking full control of an incredibly strategic location.
Yemeni Border Crossing Attempts Escalating With the Yemen Civil War
It’s clear that the Biden-Harris regime is determined to continue turning a blind eye to the growing humanitarian crisis developing in Yemen. More alarmingly they refuse to address the massive National Security risks posed by allowing islamist jihadists to continue vying for control of the small Arab nation centered on a crucial Red Sea port and former British Colony of Aden, and continuing to weaken America’s borders at the same time.
Aden historically has served as a critical middle ground between Europe, India and Africa. It’s incredibly strategic location is why the British contolled it for so long, only granting it independence in 1967 after a brutal uprising and civil war in Northern Yemen broke 77 years of colonial rule. It was in Aden that the USS Cole was bombed by Houthi rebels in 2000 that killed 15 American Sailors and injured 37.
Don’t Know About The Yemeni Civil War We’re Involved In?
(That’s because they aren’t talking about it… on purpose…)
Since 2015, Shi’a Houthi rebels backed by Iran have been fighting against the Islamic State, Al Qaeda, and Saudi Arabia. The Obama administration supported the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, through arms sales, guided missile attacks and drone strikes, intelligence and logistics.
Since 2018 the conflict has devolved into a four-way brawl between the Iranian backed Houthis and loyalists to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, the internationally recognized President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi backed by the Saudis, pockets of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and Islamic State (ISIS) remnants and the “Southern Transititional Council” a newer seccessionist movement that siezed control of Aden in February 2018 supported by another US Ally the United Arab Emirates. In short: its a complete ‘fuster cluck’ with a rapdily spiraling death toll due to the Saudi Naval blockade in place for the last six years.
The most recent UN Death toll puts the total dead since 2014 at about 233,000.
“The war had already caused an estimated 233,000 deaths, including 131,000 from indirect causes such as lack of food, health services and infrastructure”, it said.
“Hostilities have directly caused tens of thousands of civilian casualties; 3,153 child deaths and 5,660 children were verified in the first five years of the conflict, and 1,500 civilian casualties were reported in the first nine months of 2020.”
The strategic importance of Yemen, and the shame of the Obama administration with Biden as VP are why the Biden-Harris regime will continue to adamantly keep American attention off of the proxy-war being fought there between their old allies the Saudis, the UAE and perrennial foe Iran.
They Even Tried to Blame Trump for This One!
They want their private little war. And while we’re busy trying not to kill eachother here, they’ll continue to get away with participating quietly in a war that America never had any business getting into.
But if you ask the Democrats or the media: they’ll blame Trump for vetoing a useless bill that would have “cut off U.S. support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen’s civil war” according to Politico despite the danger it would pose to “embolden” Iran as President Trump pointed out.
In 2019, The Washington Post disingenously wrote “Trump now owns the Yemen war“, but their attempt to lay this at Trumps feet failed then and fails now. As shown by the crickets chirping about Yemen, and their insistence to break the Doha Agreement to withdraw from Afghanistan by May 1st, antagonism of Russia in Syria and airstrikes in Iraq, the Biden-Harris regime has shown they have no intention of pulling American forces out of the Middle-East, a goal Trump fought for his whole Presidency.