Arizona AG Brnovich: There Has Been ‘Huge Spike’ In Money Transfers on Border to Middle East
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said that “We’ve seen a huge spike in money transfers coming from places like Nogales on the border, to Middle Eastern countries” during the Fox Business Network’s coverage of the Arizona primary on Tuesday.
Brnovich stated: “Arizona is on the frontline, and we have seen consequences of what has happened when we’ve had an unsecured porous border. I mean, frankly, just 6 months ago there were 6 folks apprehended from Middle Eastern countries, from Pakistan and Afghanistan, at our border. I know when you talk to the ranchers down there, they’re concerned because they have found coins from Middle East. We’ve seen a huge spike in money transfers coming from places like Nogales on the border, to Middle Eastern countries. And so, folks are are worried about it, not only from an economic perspective, but from a national security perspective.”
The Obama administration has worked over the past 8 years to make our southern borders as porous as possible, and all sorts of criminals are able to slither through. But over the past few years, there has been a marked uptick in Islamic terrorists coming across.