Sheriff Warns Of New Danger To Americans (Not About Borders)

President Joe Biden has still not agreed to meet with the National Sheriffs’ Association for three years, despite Ohio Sheriff Richard K. Jones stating that there are more risks to our national security today than there were before 9/11.

Jones says, “These are individuals that want to do us damage,” and emphasizes that we need to be concerned about more than simply border security.

He claims, “The Chinese are assaulting our infrastructure, like our electrical grid,” citing previous assaults on his Ohio sheriff’s office. “The Ukrainians were sort of our friends before they hacked our system.”

“Now, the Iranians attempt to grab us three times a day, and the Chinese try five times a day,” he claims.

But digital isn’t the only issue.

“Just in California, 20,000 military-age people have entered the country thus far this year,” he alerts us. “We are losing our nation to the invasion of Chinese and Russians.”

“While some may be scared, it’s important to educate yourself so you know what we’re dealing with,” Glenn adds, emphasizing that the digital danger exacerbates the physical threat.

What do you think will happen if they manage to breach our water systems or communications, leaving you without contact for a week and a half? Glenn says, ‘You have seventy-two hours until civilization begins to collapse.

“The evil guys realize, ‘Wow, nobody’s coming,’ and they take power in 72 hours,” he continues.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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