The latest U.S. intelligence estimates say that more than 100 Americans have joined the jihad in Syria to fight alongside Sunni terrorists there.

Americans ISIS members still have their passports and can still return to the United States. They can even cross the southern border with ease, and they can even fly into any international airport by gaming the failed U.S. immigration system.

According to reports, some ISIS members claim to be in major US cities already. After alleged Islamic terrorists threatened Chicago and Washington D.C., on Twitter, the government is begging local police to remain vigilant.

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How real is the threat? According to Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe, the threat is very real.

He told a local Fox affiliate: "We're in the most dangerous position we've ever been in as a nation."

"They're crazy out there and they're rapidly developing a method of blowing up a major U.S. city and people just can't believe that's happening," he added.

Last year Sen. Graham (R-SC)  and Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that they would not settle for the status quo after the Boston bombing attack.

But both political parties and President Obama have done nothing to fix the visa waiver program and immigration process regarding national security concerns.

Former INS agent Mike Cutler explained just how easy it would be for ISIS to come to the US by exploiting our failed immigration system in an interview with Joshua Cook.

Listen to the exclusive interview with Mike Cutler.


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