His video shows a black-clad jihadi with a British accent being ferried across Lake Erie, which separates Ohio from the Canadian province of Ontario.
'The British government says American journalist James Foley's ISIS assassin was an Englishman,' O'Keefe says in his narration.
'British intelligence believes more than 500 British citizens have joined ISIS. Brits can enter Canada without a visa; it's virtually an open door.'
[. . .]
'You could import weapons, you could import whatever you wanted to, because there's no detection on our borders.'
O'Keefe told MailOnline that 'the only coast guard vessels we saw were tied up at their docks.'
'One of the boat captains expressed his own concern about border security,' he said, 'and worried that perhaps the Great Lakes are the soft underbelly of America.'
Filmmaker shows 'Ebola-infected ISIS terrorist' sneaking across Lake Erie from Canada to Cleveland – and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – without being challenged once
Conservative filmmaker's latest provocation shows lax security on America's northern border
James O'Keefe filmed a play-acting black-clad jihadi with a British accent carrying fake ricin and pretend Ebola across Lake Erie and into Cleveland
He managed to disembark, walk to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame carrying a duffel bag, and enter the building without anyone challenging him
UK citizens can enter Canada without a visa; James Foley's executioner was believed to be a Brit
'The only coast guard vessels we saw were tied up at their docks,' O'Keefe told MailOnline; one boat captain said he has never seen Border Patrol on the waters
The right-wing documentarian's latest work follows an August video that showed 'Osama bin Laden' sneaking into Texas from Mexico
By DAVID MARTOSKO, US POLITICAL EDITOR FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 09:53 EST, 8 September 2014 | UPDATED: 21:47 EST, 8 September 2014