Prankster O’Keefe Slips Into U.S. Via Canada As Ebola-Infected ISIS Terrorist
James O’Keefe was looking to show how easy it is for a terrorist to get into America.
‘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 and Roll Hall of Fame,’ guerrilla documentarian James O’Keefe narrates.
‘At no point did anyone even question [him] or ask him what he was carrying in his suspicious brown duffel bag.’ …
In the short gonzo documentary, O’Keefe meets up with a ‘terrorist’ who has hired a boat to bring him from Ontario to the middle of Lake Erie. The two exchange pleasantries as the pretend jihadi transfers to O’Keefe’s American-piloted craft.
‘On August 17 we stole Ebola from a lab in Liberia,’ he says in the script. ‘We took he bandages and the bedsheets and then we covered ourselves in it and hoped that we’d get infected.
‘The incubation period is about 21 days, and it’s been about – 21 days.’
His jihadi character in this latest video also carries with him a container marked ‘ricin.’
Playing the part to the hilt, the actor points to a fresh-water intake port that serves the Cleveland, Ohio metropolitan area, and tells O’Keefe, ‘The water supply is over there. If we put it in there, it will kill a lot of Americans.’
Staring into the camera, O’Keefe clarifies that the terrorist, his ricin and his Ebola-soaked linens are make-believe – but warns that ‘anyone can cross this border. You could cross in a Jet-Ski if you wanted to.’