Stopping Fentanyl On The Border: The Border Patrol’s Fight Against The White Death
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Earlier by Steve Sailer: DEATHS OF DESPAIR: Case & Deaton's Book on the White Death

Overdose deaths have been increasing for years, and most casualties are white. The mortality rates of some white groups are now rising, and narcotics are one of the main causes.

These drugs kill far more white Americans than illegal immigrants do, so when Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) busts traffickers before they enter into the US, they are doing double duty.

69 pounds of meth seized by CBP.

Here are this month’s highlights:

These busts save lives.

CBP has also started using drones, which they call “unmanned aircraft systems” (UAS) to help police our southern border. Customs and Border Patrol first used drones in 2016 for airport security, but now uses them in the desert to find illegal border crossers. A recent press release notes their effectiveness:

In five separate events, UAS crews assisted agents in the field, resulting in 26 arrests. Eight illegal aliens were located and arrested near Comstock, 10 near Del Rio, seven near Eagle Pass, and four near Carrizo Springs.

AMO’s UAS crews use cutting-edge systems technology, and real-time networked data dissemination and exploitation to detect, identify, monitor, and coordinate a response with law enforcement partners to threats at the nation’s border and on approach to the United States. This real-time view allows agents to effectively patrol vast amounts of land that may be otherwise inaccessible to agents.

The stronger the border, the safer the nation.

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