ASSASSINATION PLOT: ISIS Operative in the U.S. Plotted to Assassinate George W. Bush, Would Have Used Biden’s Open Border To Smuggle Terrorists In


Documents reviewed by Forbes reveal that an ISIS operative was planning an assassination attempt on former President George W. Bush. According to a report from Breitbart, the accused operative traveled to Dallas, Texas to obtain photos and videos of the Bush’s home and the George W. Bush Institute.

It was most noted that the operative wanted to use the nation’s southern border to smuggle in ISIS terrorists, who would help out with the assassination plot.

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The suspect, Shibab Ahmed Shibab Shibab, wanted to assassinate the former president because he felt Bush was responsible for killing Iraqis and breaking apart the country as a result of the U.S. military invasion, the warrant stated.

Forbes reported:

On November 2021, the suspect revealed to the FBI insider the plot to assassinate Bush and asked the confidential source if he knew how to “obtain replica or fraudulent police and/or FBI identifications and badges” to help carry out the killing, and whether it was possible to smuggle the plotters out of the country the same way they came in after their mission was complete, according to the warrant. The alleged smuggler said he also wanted to find and assassinate a former Iraqi general who helped Americans during the war and whom he believed was living under a fictitious identity in the U.S., investigators said.

In one conversation with a confidential FBI source the suspect said he was planning to get four Iraqi national males located in Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, and Denmark into the U.S., according to the warrant. In a later conversation, he claimed that one of the four was “the secretary of an ISIS financial minister,” the FBI said. The alleged smuggler described the men as “firmer Baath party members in Iraq who did not agree with the current Iraqi government and were political exiles,” the FBI said. He was planning to charge each $15,000 to be smuggled into America, the FBI said. The Baath Party was the political organization of Hussien, who was deposed in the 2003 U.S. invasion.

His plan, according to the warrant, was to get Mexican visitor visas for the ISIS operatives, using passport information he would send to the informant over WhatsApp, before getting them over the border.

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It has not been reported how the operative arrived in the U.S., but he had been living in Columbus, Ohio since 2020 and had an asylum application pending.

The southern border has been a trending topic during the Biden Administration.

According to a federal court document obtained by the Washington Examiner, U.S. border officials have intercepted more than 2.75 million people attempting to cross the southern border, in the first 15 months of Biden’s presidency.

The Biden Administration also announced that they wanted to end the Title 42 health policy at the southern border. Title 42 has been used under the Trump and Biden administrations to expel migrants at the southern border during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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