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Historic Amount of Fentanyl Seized Along Border

Sara Carter reports on the astronomic rise in the amount of deadly fentanyl seized along our border

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Sara Carter reports on the astronomic rise in the amount of deadly fentanyl seized along our border

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  1. Deryle

    January 8, 2022 at 8:53 am

    Demand the board closed

  2. Kylene Dowdy

    January 8, 2022 at 6:06 pm

    Sara,So HEARTBREAKING! What a COURAGEOUS MOTHER, not only for her own child but for millions of Americans and their children and families!!!

    MANY BLESSINGS!

  3. Barbara

    January 9, 2022 at 9:56 am

    If I were Trump or any Republican running against a Democrat I would make a commercial featuring parents of children who died ingesting fentenyl laced drugs. I would have interviews with nurses and doctors explain what they are seeing on top of Covid cases. This is pathetic. Biden is allowing China to destroy what makes this country great.

  4. JeanneD

    January 9, 2022 at 7:24 pm

    This is what happens when real doctors won’t subscribe real pain relief when an individual is tragically injured as this beautiful young woman was.

    As one that has endured chronic pain most of my life (3 five car collisions, accordioned in the middle each time destroying my back and neck, and no I wasn’t at fault in any way) I have experienced the lack of concern displayed by doctors in treating it. They either think you’re some kind of druggy or you’re seeking it for other nefarious reasons.

    The opioid crisis is creating more issues like this one. Godspeed young lady. I pray for your mom and children. This could have all been avoided had she been prescribed proper treatment for this issue until she could see her physician.

    The treatment doesn’t have to be opioids. There is other oral meds like lyrica or gabapentin that doctors are using off-book which will bring the level of pain down to a more manageable level.

    There are injections given in the area of injury that also achieve the same. Just off the top of my head these things could’ve happened at the ER level and this whole situation could’ve been avoided. When will doctors stop being such linear thinkers. So sad

  5. josephine Mauro

    January 10, 2022 at 9:25 am

    The enemy is trying to kill us between drugs and viruses!

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Immigration

FBI warns Venezuelan, other foreign gangs ‘exploiting migratory surge’ at U.S. border

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Venezuelan officials warn that the leader of the Tren de Aragua gang escaped from prison last year and could be hiding in the United States. The Venezuelan gang is exploiting the migratory surge at the United States border, and the FBI warns it is likely making alliances with the violent Salvadoran gang Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13).

According to veteran FBI agent John Morales, a special agent in charge of the El Paso division in Texas, amidst the growing violence in the United States, MS-13 and other dangerous gangs could form a temporary alliance.

“Although these gangs normally do not mix, it will always be a concern as the [Tren de Aragua] band grows stronger and establishes a foothold,” Morales explained. “At this moment, we are working with our local law enforcement partners and sharing intelligence to stop the growth of the Tren de Aragua.”

Members of these two criminal groups have been detected in U.S. cities such as Baltimore, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, and Chicago, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Immigration officials say that criminals are illegally remaining in the U.S. after they are released from immigration detention centers, committing violent crimes, including murders.

Between October 2022 and September 2023, Border Patrol agents detained 41 members of the Tren de Aragua along the southern border, and now FBI agents are asking Venezuelan migrants to report gang members in exchange for witness protection and temporary visas.

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