James O’Keefe sneaks into US from Canada dressed as ‘Ebola-infected ISIS terrorist’

Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe has already proven the country’s southern borders are wide open to terrorists coming from Mexico.

Now, he’s shown the United States is just as vulnerable from the north.

okeefevideo0908newWith an actor dressed as an Islamic State terrorist infected with ebola and carrying a bag of make-believe ricin, O’Keefe launched a one-man invasion of the country from Canadian soil on the northern coast of Lake Erie and ended it inside the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, without ever being stopped.

O’Keefe’s “terrorist” was dressed entirely in black and carried a duffel bag – simulating a terrorist carrying a biological weapon of mass destruction.

“On the eve of the 9/11 anniversary, our man, dressed as an ISIS terrorist, was able to cross Lake Eris, walk off a boat into Cleveland, Ohio – and into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame,” O’Keefe said on the video.

“At no point did anyone even question or ask him what he was carrying in his suspicious brown duffel bag.”

The “terrorist” spoke with a British accent, to dramatize the ease with which a radicalized Briton – like the one suspected of beheading American journalists Scott Soloff and James Foley – could enter the country from Canada.

Because those with British passports can enter Canada without a visa, O’Keefe’s video points out, the unguarded Great Lakes separating United States and Canada are virtually an open door to attacking the Midwest.

O’Keefe, a veteran conservative filmmaker whose work includes the “prostitute” sting that brought down the radical progressive group ACORN, most recently made a project of crossing from Mexico into the United States dresses as Osama bin Laden to dramatize how porous the country’s borders really are.

The latest venture was intended to do the same in the north.

The only Coast Guard boats he saw, he said, were “tied up at their docks.”

“One of the boat captains expressed his own concern about border security and worried that perhaps the Great Lakes are the soft underbelly of America,” he said.

Check out O’Keefe’s video here:

 

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