FBI Agent and Twin Towers First Responder Issue Grim Warning

(TargetDailyNews.com) – A veteran who was a first responder to the Twin Towers terrorist attack on September 11th, 2001, along with a former FBI director, says Americans need to prepare themselves for a terrorist attack that will dwarf the turn-of-the-century violence that killed almost 3,000.

Chris Swecker, who used to be an FBI assistant director, and Bryan Stern, a veteran who responded to the scene in Manhattan right after the attack, say another terrorist attack in the U.S. is inevitable. They also think it will be deadlier than Sept. 11th. Why? Because of the extraordinary inflow of illegal aliens pouring through the U.S. border. Worse, the two say a future attack will likely take place on both coasts as they believe terrorist sleeper cells have been put in place around the country.

The vast majority of illegals slipping into the U.S. escape all scrutiny and vetting, of course. However, the two critics point out that the government can’t seem to catch potential terrorists even when someone bothers to look. For example, eight men from Tajikistan got into the U.S. recently and passed all security screenings before being allowed to continue into the interior. But then the FBI informed Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that the men were tied to the radical Islamist terrorist group ISIS, and they were finally arrested.

Stern, the veteran and Sept. 11th first responder, said “a bunch of bad guys” who were known to be criminals was caught on the southern border, and “that’s bad.” Stern noted that the Tajikistani men first passed all security screenings before they were “re-caught” after being “loose on the streets of America.” He said the “lessons of 9/11” have not sunk in.

Stern and former FBI director Swecker said future attacks in the U.S. might not be as “spectacular” as the attack on the Twin Towers. Instead of one very large terrorist event, they said, attackers might set off bombs or wreak havoc across multiple cities and regions at the same time.

Those charged with protecting national security should expect a different kind of attack, according to Stern, that will be “high impact” but also “dispersed.” Future events will probably be “low-technology” that will be harder to track and pinpoint, he said.

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