Ex-Assistant FBI Dir. Has Nothing to Lose, Issues Chilling Warning About What Obama Is Doing
The former assistant director of the FBI, James Kallstrom, recently joined Fox News host Megyn Kelly to discuss the terror attacks in Paris and the ongoing debate surrounding Syrian “refugees” and migrants flooding into Europe, and potentially soon into the United States as well.
Kallstrom declared that he was “very upset” over the stream of migrants making their way into Europe, something he believes has been largely “orchestrated.”
““You know the fact that these folks travel from Europe and here in the United States and get training and then they come back to the countries, to me is just crazy and preposterous,” Kallstrom said. “And I don’t know how we we are continuing to do this thing.
“When you look at pictures of them — 90 percent males between the age of 18 and 30 — it’s crazy. It’s phony. And we must end the sanctuary cities in the United States. What a farce. What a joke,” he said.
Kallstrom went on to praise the FBI, CIA and NSA for their work, but said the agencies are hamstrung by a lack of resources.
When the United States is inevitably attacked, Kallstrom said, “we’d say ‘why didn’t we build up this, why didn’t we build up that, why didn’t we close the border? Why did we have 50,000 people come here that we don’t have a clue who they are?’ This has to stop. If it doesn’t, it’s just a matter of time before what we’re seeing today in France happens here.”
Speaking of the fact that the FBI currently has ongoing Islamic State group-related investigations in all 50 states, Kallstrom reiterated that the FBI lacks the resources to track the individuals who need to be tracked.
“So in this wide-open society where we have these stupid sanctuary cities and these naive people that run these cities and these states, we cannot put any burdens, no extra pounds in the pack of the FBI,” Kallstrom said. “And we need to let NSA do what they need to do to protect this country.”
Kelly asked why the FBI is so under-staffed and under-resourced, to which Kallstrom coldly replied, “This will sound very hard-hearted. We haven’t had enough people die here in the United States. I mean that’s the way it is.”
This man used to work at the highest levels of the FBI, and knows what he is talking about. He no longer has anything to lose and is therefore sharing with the American people that which keeps him up at night — as it should do to us all.