„In the midst of President Donald Trump’s border wall standoff with Congress, a percipient tweet by Senator Lindsey Graham is worth noting:
“When it comes to radical Islam, a border wall is our last line of defense—not our first,” Graham (R-South Carolina) wrote.
When it comes to radical Islam, a border wall is our last line of defense — not our first.
Our first line of defense is a forward deployed presence working with partners to disrupt enemy operations directed at our allies and homeland.
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) December 27, 2018
Although dismissed by anti-wall activists, the threat from countries south of the United States is particularly relevant from the terror group Hezbollah, which is actively building cells and increasing its presence in South and Central America.
Hezbollah has infiltrated a number of these countries, where it works with drug cartels to fund its worldwide terror operations.“ (…)