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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CARTER: Drug Cartels Funneling Money ‘Through Chinese Banks’
Sara Carter joined Fox News host Steve Hilton to discuss one aspect of the border crisis no one is talking about: what happens to the drug money?
The crisis continues to increase, so we have to ask ourselves, “what happens when the money goes back?” questions Carter of the money cartels make.
“According to the United States government, the U.S. Department of Treasury, the Mexican drug cartels are actually funneling that money back through Chinese banks” explains Carter.
“We are losing our children” says Carter, while “not only are the drug cartels taking advantage of our national security crisis, but the enemies of our country are taking advantage of the national security crisis at our border.”
“We are losing a generation of Americans” from the dangerous drugs crossing the border. “What is the Biden administration going to do about that?” begs Carter. Those questions need to be posed “directly to the administration.”
— The Next Revolution (@NextRevFNC) May 16, 2022
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