Elon Musk Warns of National Security Threat ‘Far Worse Than 9/11’

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has issued a stern warning about the potential consequences of the Biden administration’s handling of the migrant crisis, suggesting that the secret transportation of 320,000 “unvetted” migrants into the United States could lead to a terrorist attack worse than 9/11.

In a series of posts on X (formerly Twitter) on Tuesday, Musk criticized the administration for “importing voters and creating a national security threat from unvetted illegal immigrants.” He argued that it’s “just a matter of time” before the US faces another terrorist attack of the same magnitude as 9/11.

Musk’s comments come in response to reports that the Biden administration has allowed at least 320,000 illegal immigrants to fly into 43 different American airports over the past 12 months through a controversial program using the Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) app, known as CBP One. The app was created to enable migrants to apply for parole into the US.

The billionaire entrepreneur also weighed in on the ongoing debate surrounding voter ID requirements, suggesting that groups on the far left are fighting against these laws “under the absurd guise of protecting the right to vote.” Musk believes that voter ID requirements are crucial to prevent security risks associated with the influx of unvetted migrants.

According to the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), the locations of these secretive flights are being kept under wraps due to concerns that “bad actors” could pose a threat to public safety or create vulnerabilities for law enforcement. In a lawsuit seeking to block Biden’s CBP One program, the CIS argued that the secretive flights are “legally dubious” and should not continue if the CBP refuses to disclose the locations out of fear of “grave” consequences.

Musk, who visited the southern border in Texas last September, has been an outspoken critic of Biden’s border policies. He has expressed concern about the impact of the migrant crisis on cities and communities across the country, warning that migrants “will come for your homes” once cities run out of resources to support them.

As the debate over border security and immigration reform continues to divide the nation, Musk’s comments highlight the growing concerns among some Americans about the potential risks associated with the Biden administration’s handling of the migrant crisis.

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