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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Hunter Biden convicted. He is a convicted felon. Just keep
saying that that the president's son is a convicted felon.
He was convicted on all three gun charges. But what
you have to understand is this isn't actually a bad
day for Joe Biden because these are the exact charges
they needed against Hunter Biden that would not connect him

to the Biden crime family with a corruption the millions
of dollars that have been flowing into the Biden crime
family from multiple bad actors and adversaries in United States
America from countries around the world. Joe Biden also showing
what a coward he is not taking questions. That's right,
taking no questions about what is happening when it comes

to his son. Not only is the President a coward,
but the White House and the staff are cowards.

Speaker 2 (00:56):
The White House.

Speaker 1 (00:57):
Announced that the presidential the daily White House Press briefing
was also canceled so they would not have to answer
any questions. We did finally get a statement from the
White House, and that statement was a very simple one
from the President of the United States of America. I'm
sure he didn't write this, he was probably sleeping, but

it said quote, I will accept the outcome of this
case and will continue to respect the additional process as
Hunter considers an appeal. My own mind, where was that
logic against Donald Trump and the convictions of New York City,
Because that was a very different tone from the President
a week ago.

Speaker 2 (01:37):
Now, I've got a lot to say.

Speaker 1 (01:38):
About this, but there's also a couple other stories that
I want to put on your radar screen, and one
of them is this. Now, we have been told that
six suspected terrorists with ISIS ties have been arrested today
in a sting operation in New York, Los Angeles as
well as in Philadelphia. This is magnificant because there's a

very good chance they came across the wide open southern border.
Now that's not the only major breaking news story. We
also have now video and audio of Nancy Pelosi in
the moments after people broke into the Capitol on January sixth,
saying out loud that this is in fact her fault,
that she didn't do more and call in the National Guard,

saying that there needs to be it's my fault.

Speaker 2 (02:27):
Yes, how do we get this?

Speaker 1 (02:29):
HBO was subpoenaed by Congress and they gave over the
video to the Congressional investigators. This audio and this video
was admitted from the January sixth kangaroo court that was
filled with only two Republicans hands selected by the Democrats
that hated Donald Trump, Liz Cheney and Adam Kinsinger. They

did not give that audio to anybody involved in that
attack on Donald Trump for the second impeachment as well.
So you need to understand they knew that she said this,
They knew that she said it was her fault, and
they just got rid of the video in the audio
so that you would never see it when they did
that January sixth committee prime time, hiring Hollywood producers and

news producers to put it on during prime time right
before the midterm elections. So now we know Nancy Pelosi
has admitted that this January sixth and the quote insurrection
was actually her fault for not planning for better security
in and around January sixth.

Speaker 2 (03:29):
I'll have that for you as well in a moment.

Speaker 1 (03:30):
But I want to get back to the Biden family
and what you need to understand that you shouldn't be
celebrating this conviction of Hunter Biden. Now, before I get
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what I want you to take away. And this is
the part where I say, if you're taking notes, take
notes right now.

Speaker 2 (05:50):
This verdict is not a big deal.

Speaker 1 (05:54):
Hunter Biden being convicted of a firearm charge is the
ultimate red heiring of red herrings.

Speaker 2 (06:02):
And the reason why I say that is the DOJ.

Speaker 1 (06:06):
Allowed, specifically, on purpose, the statue of limitations to expire
on Hunter Biden's most serious tax charges. Then they buried
evidence of the Biden's foreign bribery allegations, and on top
of that, they attempted to give Hunter Biden a sweetheart

deal with broad immunity for all past sins, all past crimes.
David Weiss wouldn't go after him on the serious tax
charges or on the Farah violations not registering as a
foreign agent, because all of that would have led back
to the shady criminal business dealings involving his father, the

President of the United States of America, Joe Biden. Greg
Price said it perfectly online when he said, instead, they
went after him for a much lesser charge where the
evidence was way too insurmountable to ignore, so they can
scream nobody is above the law when they put President

Trump in jail.

Speaker 2 (07:16):
That is how he described it.

Speaker 1 (07:17):
By the way, I can't disagree with what he's saying there,
and I think the point that he was making, it's
a point that I've made on this show over and
over and over and over and over again. Is that
the President of the United States of America knew that
this was the perfect scenario for him, right, Like knew
this was what you needed.

Speaker 2 (07:38):

Speaker 1 (07:38):
They didn't put him on trial for the actual crimes
people care about. They didn't put Under Biden on trial
for the crimes like foreign bribes coming into the Biden
family from China, foreign bribes coming in from Ukraine, foreign
bribes coming in from Russian oligarchs, who, by the way,
have still not been sanctioned as part of the sanctions
package against the olagar because Russia invaded Ukraine.

Speaker 2 (08:03):
What do they do?

Speaker 1 (08:04):
They went after Hunter Biden on gun charges that completely
insulated his father. That is the part that you need
to understand about this.

Speaker 2 (08:15):
This was all about.

Speaker 1 (08:16):
Protecting the Biden crime family. And if you think it's
a coincidence that they scheduled Trump's trial right before Hunter Biden's,
then you're a moron. Okay, Every almost every Trump indictment
was time to happen right before a big drop about
the Biden crime family. They wanted everybody to focus on
Trump's quote crimes, they're fake crimes, so that they're distracted

from the Biden family and the actual crimes that are
that have been taking place from this criminal family. So
I would say this, I would not celebrate this, Okay,
I wouldn't celebrate.

Speaker 2 (08:55):
This at all.

Speaker 1 (08:56):
They chose the crimes that made sure nothing would go
back to the daddy that would protect them, and that's
what this is all about.

Speaker 2 (09:06):

Speaker 1 (09:06):
The President has made a quote commitment that he wouldn't
pardon his son.

Speaker 2 (09:11):
That's what he says. I don't believe. I think he's lying,
number one.

Speaker 1 (09:15):
But there's also something else he said that was a lie,
and it's a very big one. He said that he's
going to respect the system, mark my word. At the
bare minimum. He is going to commute his son's sentence.
He will never serve a day in jail. Let me
just let you hear NBC's Jarrett and what they said
as they were reporting on Hunter Biden guilty on all

accounts in the gun trial. Even they know that this
was the best case scenario for the President of the
United States, Listen.

Speaker 3 (09:45):
Lester, it's obviously a devastating blow to Hunter Biden and
the Biden family, but it's not entirely unexpected, as the
evidence here was really challenging for the defense This all
stems from Hunter Biden filling out a form that's used
as actually almost as a background check when you're trying
to purchase a gun, and when he checked the box
that said he was not addicted to a controlled substance

or not an unlawful user, the government said that that
was a lie, Lester, because he was using drugs at
the time, and there was a mountain of evidence that
came in a trial that he was addicted to crack cocaine.

Speaker 2 (10:18):
They used his own words.

Speaker 3 (10:19):
They used text messages, they used his book, audio recordings
from him reading from his book talking about his lengthy
history and struggles with abuse over a number of years.
The defense had tried to say, the government doesn't have
any evidence that he actually used drugs on the day
that he actually purchased the gun, so how could they
prove it? But the government came along and said, look,

we don't have to show that he was using the
drugs on that very day. All we have to show
is that they were using it around that time, and
there was plenty of evidence on that score. And clearly
on this point the jury there agreed, Lester. Given how
quickly they came back with this Burger. Remember, all of
this may never have had happened if their plea deal
had gone forward, but that was sort of scrapped weeks ago,

really months ago, after it fell apart under a judge's scrutiny.
And so now he is facing potentially a prison sentence
is going to be entirely up to the judge.

Speaker 2 (11:13):
As lying Ryan.

Speaker 3 (11:14):
Laid out there, the maximum sentence here, Lester, is ten years,
but the judge could do something far short of that,
given that he doesn't have a criminal record, he doesn't
have a criminal history, she could do something far less
than that, even probation perhaps. But again, all of this
would have gone away completely with no jail time if
that plea deal had.

Speaker 2 (11:32):
Not fallen apart.

Speaker 4 (11:33):

Speaker 1 (11:34):
Notice how they keep going back to this a bad day,
but then they like, but it's not a bad day.
Notice how they mentioned the president personally but not politically.
And notice how they say, well he could for ten years.
He's not going to spend a day in jail. There's
no way that Joe Biden's going to allow his son
to go to jail.

Speaker 2 (11:50):
It will not happen.

Speaker 1 (11:51):
He'll commute the sentence and he'll pull the heartstrings. This
is my only son left, the other one died, and
I'm proud of him because comes so much. And he
was a drug addict when he did this, and it
didn't hurt anybody's crime. It didn't hurt anybody. By the way,
to the left and the and the and the extremists,
don't ever, for the rest of your life lecture me
about gun crimes ever again. If you let Hunter Biden

off on this, screw you, like, I'm done listening to
your crap forever, all right. I just want to make
that clear. I posted that earlier on Instagram and on
Twitter and Facebook. Guys like I don't want to ever
hear another thing about soft on crime and how you
guys are tough on crime. If Hunter Biden walks or
gets a sentence commuted, like like like literally one finger
salute to you, for the rest of my life, I'm

never gonna I'm not going to even engage it anymore.

Speaker 2 (12:35):
That's number one.

Speaker 1 (12:36):
But notice what also NBC News had to say there.
They said nothing about the real crimes that were committed
by the Biden crime family, Okay, like like none, Okay,
none of them said anything about the real crimes and

what were the real crimes. The Biden family, including Hunter Biden,
Jim Biden, Sarah Biden, Holly Biden, and the grandchild hauled
in eighteen plus million dollars that we found so far.
I expect there's actually more out there, okay. And it's
not just the amount of money, it's where the money

came from and the people it came from.

Speaker 2 (13:19):
Four million from.

Speaker 1 (13:20):
Ukraine, seven point two eight million that we know of
from China, three point five million from Russia, over a
million from Romania, over a million from Panama that's not
been talked about much, and over one point seven million
from Kazakhstan, Mexico and Syria. Did you know that Biden's
made money from Syria? But let that sit in for

a second. But listen to what Tom Dupree said on CBS.
They broke in for Hunter Biden found guilty on all
three federal gun charges. Right, they're acting like they're really
covering this even though they're not. And listen to what
he said about the chances that Hunter Biden will go
to prison.

Speaker 2 (13:58):
As a former federal prosecute or do you think Hunter
Biden will go to prison? I do? I do.

Speaker 5 (14:04):
I think that the sentence here is not going to
be unduly severe. This really is effectively a first time offender.
I suspect that the judge will look somewhat sympathetically on
this case. I don't see this as a case where
the judge is going to be looking at an upper
range of the sentence and guidelines. My sense is that
the likeliest outcome would be a sentence of incarceration, but

for a fairly limited period.

Speaker 6 (14:27):
You know, we'd be talking a year or two, not
five or six. They're so full of crap. I'm sorry,
Like this is absurd. Hunter Biden's not going to jail,
not for these crimes.

Speaker 2 (14:41):
He will not go to jail. There's no way in hell,
Joe Biden's going to send us out of jail.

Speaker 1 (14:45):
And what they're gonna do is they're going to appeel
the decision, I'm sure, and then that gives the present
time decide what he's going to do now.

Speaker 2 (14:52):
I believe that if he loses, he'll just straight up
give him a pardon.

Speaker 1 (14:58):
If he wins, I'm not sure he wouldn't just give
him a part anyway, because there's no ramfications for that
pardon now. But commuting a sentence one percent. I think
they'll commute the sentence so he wouldn't go to jail anyway.

Speaker 2 (15:12):
And they're going to say that, right, Like, that's what
they're going to say.

Speaker 1 (15:15):
Listen to Special counsel Weiss. He said back in the
day that Hunter Biden should be no more accountable than
any other citizen convicted of the same conduct.

Speaker 2 (15:27):
Like, what the hell does that even mean?

Speaker 4 (15:29):
Good afternoon. My name is David Weiss, I'm special counsel.
Earlier today, Hunter Biden was convicted of two counts of
lying on a form submitted to a federal firearms dealer
about his addiction or use of crack cocaine and possessing
a firearm while a user or addict. There have been

two overarching themes emphasized by the prosecution during trial, this
defendant's illegal chi choices and the rule of law. First,
while there has been much testimony about the defendant's abuse
of drugs and alcohol, ultimately this case was not just
about addiction, a disease that haunts families across the United States,

including Hunter Biden's family. This case was about the illegal
choices defendant made while in.

Speaker 2 (16:25):
The throes of addiction. His choice to.

Speaker 4 (16:27):
Lie on a government form when he bought a gun,
and the choice to then possess that gun. It was
these choices and the combination of guns and drugs that
made his conduct dangerous. Second, no one in this country
is above the law. Everyone must be accountable for their actions.

Even this defendant. However, Hunter Biden should be no more
accountable than any other citizen convicted of this same conduct.
Prosecution has been and will continue to be committed to
this principle and to the principles of federal prosecution and
carrying out its responsibilities.

Speaker 1 (17:12):
But we're gonna overlook all the major crimes, the fair violations,
all the crimes of the money coming in from Ukraine
and China and Russia, Romania, Panama, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Syria, the
president line, the documents of the President took that were
classified documents where the city's too seen now to be
charged with those crimes, right, all of that.

Speaker 2 (17:34):
No, we're gonna overlook that.

Speaker 1 (17:37):
We're gonna overlook the money laundering from Jim Biden and
Sarah and Halley and the grandchildren, all of that.

Speaker 2 (17:43):
But by golly, we're.

Speaker 1 (17:44):
Gonna hold it to hold this man accountable for these things.

Speaker 4 (17:47):
I want to thank the jury for their service. There
are few civic responsibilities more important than jury service.

Speaker 2 (17:55):
I love this.

Speaker 1 (17:56):
And by the way, the system is just see they
get the grand stand now because they can say, well, look,
we respect the law, and we respect the law even
if it means the president's son has been convicted, unlike
Donald Trump who doesn't respect the law and the Republicans
who don't respect the outcome of court cases, you know,
like in New York City. This is why they're saying this, folks,

like this is the reason why. So I will go
back to the point I'm at the very beginning, and
then I'm going to move on to these other stories
which are very important. But don't be excited about this,
like this is the perfect conviction that protected the president
and Hunter Biden is not going to jail, all.

Speaker 2 (18:36):
Right, I just understand that.

Speaker 1 (18:40):
Now, Look, this is not the end of the Hunter
Biden's story and the direct connection to the criminality that
he and his uncle and his family members his dad
are involved in. I will keep covering it. Do not
celebrate and take your eye off the ball here. This
is a red herring moment. Now I want to get
to this other big story that would have been number
one today, but obviously when this happened, we pushed it.

And that deals with a shocking admission from Nancy Pelosi,
who is Speaker of the House at the time of
January sixth, that she said that it basically was her fault,
her fault for not having adequate security at the Capitol
on January the sixth, and then someone got to her

and clearly she changed her story. Nancy Pelosi, just so
you know, has spent a lot of money since January
the sixth, twenty twenty one. She has spent three plus
years and nearly twenty million dollars creating a narrative to
blame Donald Trump for what happened on January the sixth,
as she described it, a insurrection. We had man hunts

of grandmothers. Let me just say that again. We had
man hunts of grandmothers, did you hear me? Man hunts
of grandmothers, and those grandmothers we hunted down. We had
man hunts of grandfathers. We had man hunts of people

that weren't even eighteen. We've had raids of homes, We've
put people in jail for a significant period of time,
because what happened in and around January the sixth. We
had the government treat citizens who were there on January

the sixth like.

Speaker 2 (20:32):
They were terrorists. Yes, that also happened.

Speaker 1 (20:36):
We had them request bank records and credit card records
of anyone that was in and or around the Capitol
swiping their cards on January the sixth, the fifth, or
the seventh. There were laws that were broken, despy on Americans,
zero accountability for it all because of what happened on

January the sixth. Not to be clear, there were some
people that absolutely did deserve to be arrested. Did they
deserve to be treated like they were al Qaeda or ISIS? No,
was everyone that was there on January the sixth, did
they deserve to be treated like al Qaeda or ISIS
members or sympathizers or terrorists advocates?

Speaker 2 (21:20):
They did not.

Speaker 1 (21:22):
But this is unfortunately what has happened. We live in
a country now where the extreme and radical left have
weaponized our government to come after anyone that they don't like,
including Donald Trump, who's in multiple trials right now as
you know. But there is a moment of honesty from

Nancy Pelosi that has now been released in the moments
after the beginnings of January the sixth.

Speaker 2 (21:50):
You may remember the president.

Speaker 1 (21:52):
Of the United States of America at the time, a
guy by the name of Donald Trump, who came out
and said very clearly that he had asked for the
National Guard. Okay, he had asked I'll say it again,
he had asked for the National Guard to be used

in and around January the sixth. Nancy Pelosi had the
ability to do that. She's declined to do it, saying no.
Why is the question you should be asking next? Did
she say no? It's an important question that should be
asked by the way she said no, And then there
was yes, chaos. Yes, there were people that breached the capitol. Yes,

there were some people that deserved, I want to be clear,
to get arrested. All of that is true, but not
everyone should have been treated like a terrorist. In fact,
many of those that were arrested that were peaceful, that
were inside the Capitol, they treated them like they were terrorists.
They did not deserve to be treated like they were terrorists,

and yet they be treated that way. I want you
to listen to what Nancy Pelosi said in her own words.
The oversight sub Committee putting out this video that has
been hidden from you the public, new footage showing on
January the sixth, Pelosi admitting, I take responsibility.

Speaker 2 (23:21):
This is on me as they are leaving in a car.

Speaker 7 (23:26):
Listen, we have responsibility, Terry. We did not have any
accountability for what was going on there, and we should have.
This is ridiculous. You're gonna ask me in the middle
of the thing, when they've already breached the Naugle stuff,
that that should we call the Capitol police? I mean

the National Guard? Why weren't the National Guard there to
begin with?

Speaker 1 (23:55):
They thought that they had sufficient.

Speaker 7 (23:57):
Now there was not a question of how they don't. No,
they clearly didn't know. And I take responsibility for not
having them just prepare for.

Speaker 1 (24:09):
I take responsibility for not having them. They're prepared for more.
That's Nancy Pelosi's words. Now this Nanti Pelosi. I want
to be clear. I can get along with. This is
the Nancy Pelosi. I'm fine with getting along with this.
New video provided to the House Republicans reveals it then

speak of the House Nancy Pelosi admitting responsibility for not
having the National Guard protect the Capitol building ahead of
the protests on January the sixth.

Speaker 2 (24:42):
The footage Politico.

Speaker 1 (24:43):
Notes was shown in a video shot by the former
speaker's daughter. I know Alexander Pelosi by the way she
does documentaries and recently provide a Congressional Investigators by HBO.
Guess what was left out of Alexander Pelosi's documentary.

Speaker 2 (25:00):
Yeah, the video that I just played for you.

Speaker 1 (25:03):
It was never aired, nor did Alexander Pelosi provide it
to the January sixth committee when it was supposedly investigating
the Capitol riot.

Speaker 2 (25:12):
Now she's in the car. She was doing this documentary
of her mom.

Speaker 1 (25:18):
She had cameras with her and had all of this
inside video.

Speaker 2 (25:24):
And guess what she hid this video.

Speaker 1 (25:28):
She hid it from Capital Investigators, She hid it from
the January sixth Committee, she hid it from the public,
and HBO was the one that provided it to Congressional investigators.

Speaker 2 (25:40):
I'm gonna play it for you again.

Speaker 1 (25:42):
It looks like she is speeding out from underneath the
Capital Complex. This is her initial reaction to what is
happening at the Capitol.

Speaker 2 (25:55):
I'm gonna play it again.

Speaker 7 (25:56):
We have responsibility carry we didn't do, not have any
accountability for what was going on there.

Speaker 2 (26:04):
And we should have.

Speaker 7 (26:06):
This is ridiculous. You're gonna ask me in the middle
of the thing when they've already breached the inaugural stuff
that that, uh uh should we call the Capitol police?
I mean the National Guard? Why weren't the National Guard
there to begin with?

Speaker 1 (26:25):
They thought that they had sufficient.

Speaker 7 (26:27):
Now there was not a question of how they had.
They don't know. They clearly didn't know. And I take
responsibility for not having them just prepare.

Speaker 1 (26:37):
For and I take responsibility for having them not be
there clearly for more represented. Barry Lawdermilk put out this
tweet saying Pelosi's January sixth Select Committee spent taxpayers money
chasing false political narratives and using Hollywood producers for their
investigation that they did in prime time. Her admission responsibility

directly contradicts their own narrative on January the sixth.

Speaker 2 (27:05):
He is right. That's why this is the first time
you've ever heard this.

Speaker 1 (27:09):
The January sixth committee also never subpoenaed Speaker Pelosi or
her daughter for documents about the riot. The video substantiates
claims by former President Donald Trump that Pelosi was responsible
for failing to prepare sufficient security ahead of the protest.

Speaker 2 (27:24):
Trump offered the National.

Speaker 1 (27:25):
Guard the days before I stopped the steeal rally January
the sixth, but she refused. Trump was later faulted by
critics for not intervening quickly to send the National Guard
during the riot. In the video, Pelosi has shown saying
over again twice, we have responsibility. We did not have
any accountability for what's going on there, and we should have.

Why weren't the National Guard there to begin with? I
take responsibility for not having them. The National Guard just
prepared for war. Pelosi later rejected Republican nominees for the
minority position on the January sixth committee. Remember, they wouldn't
even let good Republicans actually be there. It was a
kangaroo court. It was the first time in congressional history

that the leader of the majority party had done so,
and instead they handpicked too anti Trump Republicans.

Speaker 2 (28:15):
The result was a completely.

Speaker 1 (28:17):
One side investigation that declined to question Pelosi's role in
the events.

Speaker 2 (28:22):
Well now we know why. Now we understand the rig
game even more.

Speaker 1 (28:29):
All right, now, I want to get finally to this
last story that I mentioned earlier, and it's an important
one and it connects to yesterday's show. So if you
missed yesterday's show, download that podcast. And it's about the
hundreds and hundreds of terrorists on the terrorists watch list
that are coming across the southern border and the warnings.

For example, in April, FBI Director chrispher Ray warned Congress
a possible coordinated attacks by small groups drawing twisted inspiration
from quote the events in the Middle East, and I
went through all of this yesterday in a warning. Then
you have the deadly ices attack on the concert hall
outside of the outside of Moscow that was carried out there.

One hundred and forty five people were killed there on
March twenty second. So there are warning signs, and we
have a wide open southern border. So that's the other
aspect of this that you need to understand. Well, guess
what happened today, Not one, not two, not three, and
four and five, but six different suspected terraces with ISIS

ties were arrested in a major sting operation in New York,
Los Angeles, so East Coast, West Coast, and Philadelphia. Sources
are now confirming in fact, this is the part that
you scare the hell out of you. Six Russian nationals
suspected to have terror ties to ISIS.

Speaker 2 (29:51):
So go back to what happened with.

Speaker 1 (29:53):
One hundred and forty three people that were killed in
that concert hall in Russia. Now you have six Russian
nationals suspected have terrorists ti ICE is the same exact
scenario that you had in Russia with that attack. Have
been arrested in a coordinated operation. Two ICE sources confirmed
to The New York Post that they arrested the six

people who held from from from Tazakhstan over the last
week after the FBI contacted the agency to warn it.
Part of the investigation featured a wire tap which revealed
one of the now rested individuals as talking about bombs.
The sources confirmed. Remember the Boston marathon bombing. I'm afraid

something like that might happen again or worse, One of
the sources told the What the New York Post about this?
The target who was subject to the wire tap was
previously released by federal authorities at the Southern Border.

Speaker 2 (30:52):
Let me say that again.

Speaker 1 (30:53):
The target who was the subject of the wire tap
was previously really by federal authorities of the Southern Border
with a court date next year, but it had since
emerged he has potential ties to ISIS huh. In a
joint statement, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI

told the Post. Over the last few days, ICE agents
arrested several non citizens pursue it to immigration authorities.

Speaker 2 (31:28):

Speaker 1 (31:28):
The actions were carried out in close coordination with the
FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force. The individuals arrested are detained
in ICE custody pending removal proceedings. The FBI and the
DHS will continue to work around the clock with our
partners to quote, identify, investigate, and disrupt potential threats to
national security. The arrests come after warnings from FBI Director

Ray about possible ISIS terra plots being staged on US
soil and the group's potential for exploiting the southern border.
So everything that we've been warning you about on the
show is now come true. In April, Ray warned lawmakers
again and I played this for you on yesterday's show,
so going download the podcast, that a possible coordinated attack

could take place in the US following the isis K
attack on that concert hall in Moscow carried out by
citizens of Tezikhstan that killed one hundred and forty five
people and wined hundreds. More So, the same exact type
of sale was in the United States of America from
the East coast to the West coast.

Speaker 2 (32:33):

Speaker 1 (32:33):
Our most immediate concern has been the individuals or small
groups that will draw twisted inspiration from the events in
the Middle East to carry out attacks here at home.

Speaker 2 (32:44):
That's what Ray said.

Speaker 1 (32:45):
I played it for yesterday, but now increasingly concerning is
the potential for a coordinated attack here in the homeland.
Ach in to the isis K attack we saw at
the Russia concert hall a couple weeks ago. K stands
for Islamic State, referencing a region which includes part of
Iran and Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. It is an extreme offshoot

of the Islamic State militant group that was founded in
twenty fourteen. Although the group had previously concentrated its efforts
on Russia, multiple Western leaders have warned of its ability
to launch attacks in Europe and America. Just a month
before Ray testified about the bureau's fears, he shared his
concerns with the Senate Intelligence Committee about a human smuggling

operation of the Southern border with ties a terraces from
ISIS affiliated groups. He said at the time, I want
to be a little bit careful how far I go
in the open session. But there is particular network where
some of the overseas facilitators of the smuggling network have
ISIS ties that we're very concerned about, and we've been

spending enormous amounts of efforts with our partners investigating. That's
what the FBI director said to Senator Marco Rubio in
response to a question. Exactly what that network is up
to is something that's again the subject of our current investigation.
Ray stated, I warned you about this yesterday, and look
how fast this is coming to fruition. Don't forget share

this podcast please with all of your family and friends,
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