Butler County, Ohio Sheriff Richard Jones informs the media that he just recently came back from a conference in Washington D.C. with FBI Director Christopher Wray. Christopher Wray has been quoted as saying, “It’s not a matter of if, but when (terror attack).”
Sheriff Jones had just returned rom the National Sheriff’s Association’s annual winter conference in Washington D.C., where Wray’s update for them has him convinced a terror attack in the U.S. is imminent.
Sheriff Jones states that there are more “red flags” with illegals coming into the United States than even before 9/11. He says he wants Butler County to be ready.
“It’s gonna happen here,” Sheriff Jones said Tuesday. “It’s going to be all hands on deck. We want you to be concerned now. You are a fool if you don’t listen to the chatter.”
He wants to make sure Butler County is prepared so he said he’s equipping every sheriff’s department vehicle with a rifle and a “go bag,” which has extra magazines for the rifles and other necessities.
The sheriff’s office is working with Texas A&M to offer a class for civilians. “We’re going to start training civilians on what to do when disasters hit and emergencies hit,” he said.
Jones also said he’s asked two local state representatives — Rep. Sara Carruthers (R-Butler County) and Rep. Cindy Abrams (R-Hamilton County) — to introduce legislation at the Statehouse.
“That the governor appoint a task force to do interdiction on people and drugs coming in across our waterways and our borders into the state of Ohio,” he said.
Jones also asked for legislation that would allow state law enforcement to arrest and charge illegal immigrants in
He said the FBI director warned that:
- Terror threats are at an unprecedented level against the U.S., even compared to the weeks leading up to the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, since Hamas’ attack on Israel last fall. These are remarks Wray made at a Senate committee hearing last year.
- Chinese hackers are ready to “wreak havoc” on critical US infrastructure such as American water treatment plants, electrical grids, oil and natural gas pipelines and transportation systems to disrupt our daily lives if the U.S. and China ever go to war. Wray first publicly revealed this last week in a U.S. House committee hearing along with:
- There’s been far too little public focus on a cyber threat that affects every single American.
- China’s hacking force outnumbers FBI cyber and intelligence analysts “at least 50-to-1.”
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are allegedly refusing to meet with Sheriff and Police Chief associations to work together to secure the southern border.
This should worry every single American. 🚨— Steve 🇺🇸 (@SteveLovesAmmo) February 8, 2024
Butler County, Ohio Sheriff Richard Jones informs the media that he just recently came back from a conference in Washington D.C. with FBI Director Christopher Wray.
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