Former Senator Scott Brown insists that he did not say ISIS is poised to cross the southern border even though he’s been saying that for weeks.
“With respect, I did not say that — what I have said is ISIS is real,” Brown responded.
“Is there a possibility?” Brown continued. “It’s been raised that there are opportunities for people to come through that border. What are their intentions, I’m not sure, but they have made it very clear that they want to plant a flag in the White House.”
Last month Scott Brown produced this ad in which he said President Obama and his opponent Jeanne Shaheen made a mistake by targeting ISIS in Iraq rather than Mexico.
Radical Islamic terrorists are threatening to cause the collapse of our country. President Obama and Senator Shaheen seem confused about the nature of the threat.
Not me. I want to secure the border, keep out the people who would do us harm, and restore America’s leadership in the world.
You can also take Scott Brown’s word for it on his own website.
“Never mind that these ISIS thugs have been saying for months that they’re going to send people here to kill Americans on as big a scale as they can. And never mind that a porous border is the most obvious pathway for terrorists to enter our country.”
Brown also recently said that it would be “naive” to think terrorists won’t waltz across the allegedly-porous border.
“I think it’s naive to think that people aren’t going to be walking through here who have those types of diseases and/or other types of intent, criminal or terrorist. And yet we do nothing to secure our border. It’s dangerous. And that’s the difference. I voted to secure it. Senator Shaheen has not.”
And Brown also told Fox News that ISIS may already be here.
“As you know, what happened recently with the beheading of one of our own, there’s deep concerns that there are members of ISIS actually coming through the border right now,” Brown said on Fox News.
This is without mentioning several instances in which Brown has claimed that Ebola will be brought across the border.
Scott Brown is a bad person and an even worse candidate.