The United States could carry out terrorism along the US-Mexico border following the deadly attack on Kabul, Afghanistan, a Republican congressman from Texas warned Thursday.
U.S. Representative Tony Gonzales, who served in the U.S. Navy and supported combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, said he feared the deadly attack on Kabul earlier Thursday was the start of “what we will continue to see “.
Gonzales also claimed the attack could encourage terrorists in the United States, and he specifically called on President Biden to secure the US-Mexico border.
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“My biggest fear is that these attacks today are just the beginning of what we will continue to see as the administration fails to get the Americans and our Afghan allies out and bring them to safety.” Gonzales tweeted after the attacks.
“My biggest fear is that these attacks today are just the beginning of what we will continue to see.”
“The suicide bombings in Kabul today – the suicide bombings in the United States tomorrow. Biden must secure our southern border IMMEDIATELY before it is too late!” he added from another Twitter account. “Our southern border is not secure at a time when international terrorism is at its height. America, please remain vigilant at all times. If you see anything, say something.”
The attack on Kabul airport in Afghanistan killed at least 13 U.S. service members and injured at least 18 others, U.S. officials said, making it the deadliest day for the U.S. military in more than 10 years. More than 90 Afghans have also been killed.
At a press conference Thursday night, Biden vowed to make the terrorists “pay”. He also promised to complete the evacuation of US citizens and others from the country.
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“To those who carried out this attack, as well as to all those who wish America harm on America, know this: We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay,” Biden said. .
Thursday’s attack was the deadliest day for U.S. troops since insurgents in Afghanistan shot down a U.S. Chinook helicopter in August 2011, killing 38 people, including 31 U.S. soldiers.
Gonzales, who serves the 23rd Congressional District of Texas, expressed his condolences to the victims killed in the attack on Kabul.
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“For those of us who served in Afghanistan, this is no mysterious place on a map. We fought like hell to kill the wolves before they killed us,” he tweeted. “The men and women who have died today or any day in Afghanistan cannot be for nothing.”
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