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Biden’s Open Border Policies are destroying this country

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At 10:30 on FBN Maria Bartiromo is sharing her recent trip to the Border.  Anyone supporting this is truly the enemy of America.  

 

It's not just the illegals it's the drugs, weapons and criminals flooding our Country.  Why is this tolerated???

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7 mins ago, Harf said:

At 10:30 on FBN Maria Bartiromo is sharing her recent trip to the Border.  Anyone supporting this is truly the enemy of America.  

 

It's not just the illegals it's the drugs, weapons and criminals flooding our Country.  Why is this tolerated???

It is all due to Orange Man Bad.  Biden is truly a moron.

The Dem cabal needs to be ousted before it is too late.   

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Biden s america,the bought prosecuters,149 riots in the streets,the creating of ''the perfect society'',this isn't by accident .California letting out life term criminals..equal wealth,Biden's manifesto....this bul! C h I t doesn't go away...and now the taxpayers have to pay for it...payroll tax 48% if Biden's proposals become law...and 60 million ignorant dems voted for this garbage....Biden's manifesto is on your phone..you may have to look for '' the perfect society''..don't know where al l the money is going once they shut down the jails or defund  the p d...

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16 mins ago, Harf said:

At 10:30 on FBN Maria Bartiromo is sharing her recent trip to the Border.  Anyone supporting this is truly the enemy of America.  

 

It's not just the illegals it's the drugs, weapons and criminals flooding our Country.  Why is this tolerated???

Watched the beginning. I can’t believe the amount of counterfeit pills coming over the boarder. I personally know of at least 2 or 3 people that bought what the thought were Percocet 30’s. They ended up dead. 

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13 mins ago, DeepWaters said:

Watched the beginning. I can’t believe the amount of counterfeit pills coming over the boarder. I personally know of at least 2 or 3 people that bought what the thought were Percocet 30’s. They ended up dead. 

Don't take this the wrong way but oh well.  

If someone is "buying" a controlled substance and it goes bad tough crap.   

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The amount of acetaminophen in an actual 30ml. Percocet would destroy your liver rather quickly . Fortunately , there is no such thing. Desperation drives the agenda , it’s marketing. Tell ur friends to stop playing Russian Roulette . 

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31 mins ago, Surf bomber said:

Biden s america,the bought prosecuters,149 riots in the streets,the creating of ''the perfect society'',this isn't by accident .California letting out life term criminals..equal wealth,Biden's manifesto....this bul! C h I t doesn't go away...and now the taxpayers have to pay for it...payroll tax 48% if Biden's proposals become law...and 60 million ignorant dems voted for this garbage....Biden's manifesto is on your phone..you may have to look for '' the perfect society''..don't know where al l the money is going once they shut down the jails or defund  the p d...

It blows my mind when I think about his supporters.  Stupid or Selfish, hard call...

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I have been calling Biden's supporters ignorant due to their refusal to acknowledge the violence in the streets ,Biden's manifesto and the so called perfect society.....mob rule Abe lincoln,appeasement reagon....60 million of them to ignorant to even look at it....don't know how else to explain it....they showed trump...lol lol lol

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1 hour ago, DMacLeod said:

Don't take this the wrong way but oh well.  

If someone is "buying" a controlled substance and it goes bad tough crap.   

Ehhh I agree with most substances, but the opioid problem is different. Lots of people got hooked when doctors prescribed it for any ache or pain. 
 

I know from experience. Got burned real bad in a fire many years ago. 1 week in the burn unit, 3 month recovery. On pain killers for all of it. They don’t tell you what happens when the script runs out. Total agony for weeks. That’s where many people turn to the street. Then you end up buying something that ends up being the nail in the coffin 

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22 mins ago, DeepWaters said:

Ehhh I agree with most substances, but the opioid problem is different. Lots of people got hooked when doctors prescribed it for any ache or pain. 
 

I know from experience. Got burned real bad in a fire many years ago. 1 week in the burn unit, 3 month recovery. On pain killers for all of it. They don’t tell you what happens when the script runs out. Total agony for weeks. That’s where many people turn to the street. Then you end up buying something that ends up being the nail in the coffin 

It sucks when this happens and I blame the Dr for not weaning them down.     Problem is though for a lot of people that  take them  do so because they like them.  When they re attached my quadricep tendon to my kneecap  I was prescribed a controlled substance, not sure what.    I told the Dr that I didn't want them and he said take them for a day right after surgery because when the nerve block wears off it is going to be rough.  

 

I took them 1 day and then went without as I didn't like the way they made me feel.  He was right. The pain sucked.

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Biden, and for that matter, America,  does not have an "open border policy"

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3 hours ago, Harf said:

 

 

It's not just the illegals it's the drugs, 

Did she mention this problem re drugs? The origins go back a ways.

 

U.S.-Mexico Efforts Targeting Drug Cartels Have Unraveled, Top DEA Official Says

Updated May 3, 20219:51 PM ET

A senior Drug Enforcement Administration official told NPR efforts to target drug cartels operating inside Mexico have unraveled because of a breakdown in cooperation between law enforcement agencies and militaries in the two countries.

 

"We're willing to share [intelligence] with our counterparts in Mexico, but they themselves are too afraid to even engage with us because of repercussions from their own government if they get caught working with DEA," said Matthew Donahue, the DEA's deputy chief of operations.

 

Overdose Deaths Surged In Pandemic, As More Drugs Were Laced With Fentanyl

The collapse of joint drug interdiction efforts has occurred at a time when cartels are manufacturing huge quantities of fentanyl and methamphetamines in illegal labs inside Mexico.

 

U.S. officials say those illicit drugs are being smuggled into communities across the United States, driving an explosion in overdose deaths that took more than 90,000 American lives last year.

"It's essential that we get [Mexico's] cooperation for the safety of American citizens as well as to stem the flow of violence in Mexico," Donahue said. "We would hope they'd want to sit down at the table and work bilaterally."

 

In an exclusive interview with NPR, Donahue described the current situation as a national security crisis.

 

"It's a national health threat, it's a national safety threat," he said, adding that drug gangs and criminal organizations now operate inside Mexico with impunity. "They do not fear any kind of law enforcement ... or military inside of Mexico right now."

 

According to Donahue, drug interdiction cooperation between the two countries eroded over the last two years when the DEA began to experience a "lack of engagement" on the part of Mexican agencies.

 

Other experts on U.S.-Mexico relations told NPR a major blow to the partnership came last October when U.S. agents in California did something unprecedented: arresting retired Gen. and former Mexican Defense Minister Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda.

 

The U.S. accused Cienfuegos of working for one of Mexico's deadliest cartels, the H2, part of the Beltrán-Leyva trafficking organization. Under pressure from Mexico, then-Attorney General William Barr backpedaled, dropping all charges and releasing Cienfuegos, but experts said the diplomatic damage was done.

 

Mexico Will Not Charge Former Defense Chief With Drug Trafficking

"Operations have pretty much been paralyzed basically," said Falko Ernst, an analyst with the International Crisis Group based in Mexico City. "So what the U.S. had built up in terms of good relationships with parts of the Mexican state have pretty much been gone."

 

There was already a high level of suspicion between the two countries before the Cienfuegos arrest. But the U.S. was able to target drug cartels inside Mexico with the help of a handful of agencies within the Mexican military and police.

 

"They captured many, many, many of these drug trafficking operational heads and midlevel guys, cooperating with special units in the police, special units in the marines and parts of the [Mexican] attorney general's office," said Steven Dudley, an expert on drug interdiction with a think tank called InSight Crime.

 

Now according to experts in the U.S., those fragile links are broken.

In response to the Cienfuegos arrest, Mexican lawmakers approved a measure sharply restricting U.S. drug operations inside Mexico. The law also required Mexican officials to begin sharing any intelligence the U.S. provides about the cartels with other agencies, including agencies the U.S. doesn't trust. As a result, joint investigations ground to a halt.

The Mexican government declined NPR's requests for interviews for this story, nor did it reply to questions submitted to multiple agencies within the Mexican government.

 

LATIN AMERICA

As Mexico's Dominant Cartel Gains Power, The President Vows 'Hugs, Not Bullets'

This diplomatic row comes at a moment when the Biden administration is also dealing with an escalation in the number of migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border.

During a conference call with reporters last month, Regina LaBelle, acting head of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, told NPR that drug interdiction efforts would be on the agenda soon for talks with Mexico.

 

"I can say right now there is ongoing cooperation [between the two countries], but that's certainly going to be the subject of ongoing negotiations in the near future," LaBelle said. Donahue too said he hoped joint operations targeting the cartels could be restored: "We would prefer to sit down at the table to work with the Mexican authorities," he told NPR.

 

But Cecilia Farfán-Méndez, an expert on organized crime and U.S.-Mexico security cooperation at the University of California, San Diego, told NPR restoring trust and cooperation won't be easy. She noted Mexican officials are focused on domestic politics with midterm elections coming next month. "It's my expectation is that there's not going to be a lot of attention to what the U.S. would like to do and how to enhance that cooperation," she told NPR.

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, meanwhile, has voiced skepticism of the old drug war model that targeted cartel kingpins. While that strategy led to arrests of high-level traffickers and produced splashy headlines, critics in the U.S. and Mexico said it never significantly slowed the flow of drugs into the United States.

 

 

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9 mins ago, KnewBee said:

Biden, and for that matter, America,  does not have an "open border policy"

That's stupid.   

Everyone knows democrats are light enforcement or outright hostile toward enforcement of the border.   

 

Stop lying.   Why can't you people just be honest once?   I thought military people had values like honor

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4 mins ago, JimG said:

That's stupid.   

Everyone knows democrats are light enforcement or outright hostile toward enforcement of the border.   

 

Stop lying.   Why can't you people just be honest once?   I thought military people had values like honor

Please source the "open border policy"?

 

Hint:  there isn't one.  

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