U.S. Border Security Council’s Legislative Team Discusses Threat of ISIS with Armed Services Committee Member Walter B. Jones

September on Capitol Hill came to a close with a flurry of hearings examining the President’s plan of action to combat the growing threat of terrorism in the Middle East. Two separate hearings were held on September 18th in the Rayburn House Office Building. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, as well as Secretary of State John Kerry, both testified in front of Congress on the administration’s plan to deal with ISIS.
“There was a lot of skepticism among Congressmen from both sides of the aisle,” stated U.S. Border Security Council National Spokesman Steve LeBlanc. “Many Members of Congress wondered the same thing as our membership, what about our southern border? Is American soil safe from another terrorist attack?”
After the hearing with Defense Secretary Hagel, Project Director Sean Ferritor stopped by the office of Congressman Walter Jones, member of the Armed Services Committee, to discuss the Hagel hearing and what comes next for America. “Congressman Jones is very pro-military but was concerned with losing even a single American soldier by putting boots on the ground,” states Ferritor. “There’s no question that Congressman Jones agreed with our supporters though, that our southern border must be secured as soon as possible.”

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