Former Federal Agent Dave Gaubatz on Shia Mosques Harboring Islamic Terrorists and Preparing For More As America's Border Collapses

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Brannon Howse: Joining me quickly is Dave Gaubatz. I want to get to Mychal Massie. We've got to move quick. That breaking news just threw us off a little bit. Dave Gaubatz, welcome back to the broadcast. Thank you for joining us, David.

David Gaubatz: Thank you so much.

Brannon Howse: Dave, I wanted to talk to you because you just returned from Florida. You were visiting a mosque in Florida. True?

David Gaubatz: Yes, that's true.

Brannon Howse: And tell me why you were there visiting that mosque?

David Gaubatz: I had an organization contact me. There's a very large mosque just outside of Orlando, and they had no idea if it was a Sunni or a Shiite Mosque. So, they asked me to come there and research it. I did. For people who don't understand Islam, because Brannon, I often get people who say, "I want to go to the mosque, and I want to research this mosque like you do.” Well, if you can't go into a mosque and within ten or 15 seconds determine if it's Sunni or Shiite, you should stay out because it takes 15 seconds for me to go in and determine that. And I went inside this mosque, and it was almost 100% Shiite. And the big difference between the Sunni and the Shiite is, of course, the lineage from Mohammed on down. The Shiite focus on that. When I say Shiite, you can think of Iran. When I say Sunni, people can think of Saudi Arabia.

The Muslim population worldwide is approximately 85% Sunni and 15% Shiite. The same goes for what's here in the United States 85% Sunni and 15% Shiite. But there are major differences. And this mosque, you had about a 43,000 square foot mosque, was just recently built there. And people will wonder, do you have a population for 43,000 square feet? And I went on a Friday, you know, Jummah prayer, Friday prayer, and there were approximately 170 to 175 people in that mosque. For 43,000 square foot mosque, you could get 10,000 people in. And most likely, in their application to get a building permit, they inflated it just as they're doing in Troy, Michigan, right now. But people have to ask why such a large mosque? And that's what I went there to determine.

Brannon Howse: And why is there such a large mosque?

David Gaubatz: Well, primarily it again, it's Shiite. So, there are very few. There are numerous Sunni mosques all around us. People say, “Aren't they all Muslims?” No. What I found in this particular mosque was material saying, "We hate these Sunni people, they are apostates, they don't understand Islam, etc." They say that they're an open mosque which they are not because as soon you go in, you get that kind of material. But it's more of a look and appease where they build in a community to get the local politicians, the media, everyone to see this big, beautiful mosque and, and what we're doing to help the community but teach exactly the opposite inside the mosque.

Brannon Howse: And by the way, your Sunni would be like Saudi Arabia.

David Gaubatz: Right.

Brannon Howse: And your Shiite would be like Iran.

David Gaubatz: Exactly.

Brannon Howse: Which is calling for the destruction of Israel and because you’ve got your Hezbollah coming into the U.S. I want to play something very quickly. This is from an Atlanta news station in 2010. Folks, if you think it was this bad in 2010, what do you think is happening now? Listen to this report for 2010 from Atlanta. How bad do you think it is now, folks? Watch this. (Video Playing)

Atlanta News Announcer: Nearly nine years after 9/11, the United States is still facing a major terror threat. You may be surprised to learn who agents are catching trying to cross the border from Mexico. We reviewed congressional reports and traveled to the southwest to find a threat that affects us here in metro Atlanta. The Border Patrol uses choppers, ATVs, and horses to patrol the 2,000-mile southwest border. Most of the illegals caught crossing are from Mexico or South America, but thousands are classified as OTMs other than Mexicans, including hundreds from nations that sponsor terror. These are the records we obtained at this federal detention center near Phoenix, Arizona. We found illegals from Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Sudan, and Yemen in custody.

J.D. Hayworth: We have left the back door to the United States open.

Atlanta News Announcer: Former Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth has seen the intelligence reports.

J.D. Hayworth: And we have to understand that there are people who definitely mean to do us harm who have crossed that border.

Atlanta News Announcer: This Arizona rancher doesn't want to be identified because he fears the Mexican cartels who smuggle drugs and people near his property. This Muslim prayer rug was found on his ranch.

Arizona Rancher: It's just one more indicator that there's a whole lot more than just a few poor Mexicans coming into the United States.

Atlanta News Announcer: There's more. This congressional report on border threats confirms members of Hezbollah have crossed the southwest border. It also contains photos of military jackets found on the border. The Arab insignia reads Martyr way to eternal life. The other depicts a plane crashing into the Twin Towers.

Dave Stoddard: The American public has been kept in the dark about this whole issue.

Atlanta News Announcer: Dave Stoddard was a Border Patrol agent for 20 years. He worries about the dangerous people who get through and may be living among us.

Dave Stoddard: In my experience, for every 1 apprehended, there were at least 10 that would escape apprehension.

Atlanta News Announcer: The congressional report also reveals the route Middle Easterners take. They travel from Europe to South America to the tri-border region where they learn to speak Spanish, then travel to Mexico and blend in with other illegals heading to this country. One of the world's most wanted terrorists was actually spotted in Atlanta, and speculation is that he came up through the mountains, into this country, through the Mexican border. Adnan Shukrijumah is a Saudi Arabian pilot and bomb expert with a $5 million bounty on his head. Federal agents verified he spent time in Atlanta just prior to 9/11 and left on a bus. In 2004 Shukrijumah was one of seven al-Qaida members the feds were looking for after they were spotted in Central America and believed to be heading for the U.S.

Brannon Howse: Dave Gaubatz, if it was that bad in 2010, can you imagine what it's like now when our border is like a sieve, and they're pouring over?

David Gaubatz: Yes, I'll just sum it up really quickly. The Shiite Mosque near Orlando is most likely a terrorist sleeper cell headquarters due to its size and the material I found inside the mosque. If anyone wants a copy of this sworn affidavit, they can just contact me, and I'll send it to them.

Brannon Howse: How would they do that? How would they contact you?

David Gaubatz: It's just [email protected].

Brannon Howse: [email protected]. But comment really quickly on what you just heard from 2010. If we're worried about them coming through South America and all those countries that were rattled off, terrorist-type organizations, how bad is it in 2022 if it was that bad in 2010?

David Gaubatz: It's twice as bad. I was in Atlanta during that time period and went to about four mosques in Atlanta and found many, many illegal immigrants at the mosques. These mosques are really just safe houses for terrorist sleepers.

Brannon Howse: So, when they come over the border, they will find a place to sleep and a meal and head out to many of these mosques? Is that what you're saying, Dave?

David Gaubatz: I'm saying it's done every day.

Brannon Howse: Wow.

David Gaubatz: Every day, you got terrorists, sleepers who are coming crossing the border. They know that there are safe houses in any mosque. That's exactly where most of them go.

Brannon Howse: And you talk about this more in your book with Paul Sperry, Muslim Mafia, correct?

David Gaubatz: Yes, I do.

Brannon Howse: Muslim Mafia is his book. It's excellent. David is also former military as well, right, David?

David Gaubatz: Yeah. Military and Federal Agent for 15 years.

Brannon Howse: David, thank you for all you do. Thanks for being a regular guest with us and for your analysis tonight.

David Gaubatz: Thank you so much, and I appreciate it.

Brannon Howse: Folks, I hope you'll get his book, Muslim Mafia. It's a great book.

 

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