Former Homeland Security Secretary: border agents concerned about "national security threats" entering United States

(Fargo, ND) -- The former secretary of homeland security is drawing attention to what border agents call "national security threats" entering the United States.

"They are apprehending during the first 28 months of the Biden Administration roughly 225 to 230 what we call 'known or suspected terrorists' KSTs. These are individuals that are on DHS or I should say the U.S. government's various terrorist watch lists. These are known individuals," said Chad Wolf.   

Regarding the northern border, Wolf said illegal crossings there are up 200 to 300 percent. 

Wolf also says some agents usually posted along the northern border have been moved to the southern border to respond to the influx of immigrants there. 

Wolf appeared on The Flag's "What's on Your Mind".