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VIDEO: Sara Carter tracks migrants at Southern Border with Texas DPS

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Sara Carter went to the Southern Border to report on the border crisis in a ‘Hannity’ exclusive. Carter followed alongside the Texas Department of Public Safety as they tracked migrants illegally entering the United States.

Sgt. Jimmy Morris of the Texas DPS warns that “we have NO idea how many bad folks are coming in” to the United States. Drug traffickers, sex offenders, murderers and people who were just recently released from prison are flooding across the border.

Carter’s Investigative reporting is so crucial, the official Twitter account of the House Republicans posted the segment with the caption: “The #BidenBorderCrisis is only getting worse, and overwhelming law enforcement and endangering our communities.”

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  1. Judith

    April 15, 2022 at 5:03 pm

    Could you make a chart like DJT had? “Promises Made vs Promises Kept? Instead Promises Made: Promises Broken and Promises Denied / Changed. That would be interesting! Problems Ignored? Like Border or Immigrant releases

  2. LesHL

    April 15, 2022 at 5:14 pm

    Sgt. Jimmy Morris of the Texas DPS warns that “we have NO idea how many bad folks are coming in” to the United States. Drug traffickers, sex offenders, murderers and people who were just recently released from prison are flooding across the border. They are ALL BAD, if they are comming here illegally they are breaking American Law, Because they were invited by Biden, makes no difference. He lied when he took his oath of office, he swore to defend the Constitution of the United Stated. He allowed an invasion and even aided and abetted the invasion.

  3. Pherbia Stephens

    April 15, 2022 at 6:21 pm

    There has to be severe punishment on those who come across the border along anyone aiding in their getting across. I am so happy to see those bus loads surrounding Joe Biden. Does he not care or maybe those assisting him are the ones to blame. I am a 92 year low income widow and I have more sense than those running this country.

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NGO warns migrants coming to border are already addicted to fentanyl

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An organization that helps those with drug addiction on the Mexico-U.S. border warned that fentanyl consumption has reached migrants arriving in Ciudad Juárez, where some already arrive with drug problems from their countries, according to Mexican government statistics and a report published by the EFE Spanish news agency.

ADN America reports that Julián Rojas Padilla, coordinator of Harm Reduction in the Compañeros Program (HRCP), a civil association that supports consumers who want to quit substances, told Spanish language media outlets that fentanyl mixed with other drugs in Juárez has become a popular new and dangerous choice of narcotics reaching the migrant population.

The anti-drug activist also said that among those arriving in Ciudad Juárez, they have detected some who ingest drugs and others who take them throughout their harsh migration journey to endure it.

“Without job opportunities, support networks, the vulnerable conditions in which they find themselves, all of this leaves them exposed to experimenting with other types of substances or to return to the substances that they already consumed from their place of origin or that they consumed there. for some time,” Rojas said, according to the agency.

The alert comes as pressure grows from the United States to control fentanyl trafficking from Mexico, which claims that the drug and its chemical precursors arrive from Asia to the country, where Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador denies that there is a consumption problem.

A few weeks ago, the National Commission on Mental Health and Addictions (CONASAMA) reported the care of 430 patients for ingesting fentanyl in 2023, an increase of 29% compared to 333 the previous year.

“They are concentrated in states in the north of the country such as Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Sinaloa and Sonora. This shows that the increase is at a local level, not national. However, the main concern revolves around its high lethality,” the entity warned in a report.

Rojas Padilla also explained that fentanyl is a synthetic opioid 150 times more powerful than heroin and 100 times more intense than morphine, which makes it deadly. He explained that it has an effect of sedation, lethargy and turning people like “zombies,” who remain immobile and lose track of time.

He also warned that this substance has no color or smell, so anyone who consumes any other drug adulterated with fentanyl can easily overdose. The expert warned that such a situation puts the migrant population even more at risk, because when they obtain a substance they do not have the possibility of knowing if it is adulterated with the powerful substance.

“People don’t realize until they consume it and have an overdose event,” he said. “That is the way to detect the presence of fentanyl,” he said

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