1 MS-13 detained, 85 illegal aliens arrested & 5,000 fentanyl pills.

A lot to talk about in regards to border security today and several stories and articles I will link to here shortly. I wanna encourage you as always to do your own research as well because there is always something more to the story.

First, the fentanyl pills. Yuma, Arizona. Two women are arrested after their Nissan Altima is pulled over and a stash worth over $530,000 in fentanyl disguised as oxycodone was found hidden in their car. One woman was a Mexican-national, the other an American-citizen, both were residing in Los Angeles.

According to information posted on DEA.gov, fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid 30-50 times more potent than heroin and 50-100 times more potent than morphine. A very small amount of fentanyl, as little as two milligrams, may be lethal for most people.


Second. Del Rio, Texas. Border Patrol agents detained an MS-13 member attempting to reenter the country.

“Thanks to the hard work of our agents a member of the gang MS-13 was arrested during his attempt to illegally enter our country. MS-13 is a violent, trans-national criminal organization operating in the country,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Felix Chavez. “The security of the country is our agency’s priority and we will not rest in our efforts to protect the citizens of the United States.”

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Jose Antonio Lemus-Ramirez

Border Patrol agents arrested Lemus-Ramirez, Jose Antonio, 34, after his illegal entry into the United States. During processing at the Eagle Pass South Station, agents discovered Ramirez had been previously removed on March 2017. Agents also discovered he was a confirmed MS-13 gang member.


TUCSON, Ariz. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested a Yuma resident in connection to a failed smuggling attempt Wednesday resulting in the seizure of more than 52 pounds of methamphetamine at Arizona’s Port of San Luis.

Officers referred a 20-year-old Yuma man for additional questioning as he attempted to enter the U.S. from Mexico last night in his Ford Mustang. After an alert to the presence of what it is trained to detect by a CBP canine, officers discovered 50 packages of meth within the vehicle’s rocker panels of more than 52 pounds, worth $156,000.


Now, 85 illegal aliens have also been apprehended in two separate raids, both in the state of Texas.

Laredo, Texas. Border Patrol agents and the Webb County Sheriff’s Office arrested 23 undocumented immigrants they found inside a ‘stash house’ Thursday.

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This is the result of the new attitude towards illegal immigration and a renewed and effective federal effort to remove illegal aliens from the country.

Now over to Edinburg, Texas. U.S. Border Patrol agents disrupted another ‘stash house’ operation which resulted in the apprehension of 62 illegal aliens, earlier today.

Law enforcement encounters 62 illegal aliens in stash house

Just imagine that, 85 illegal aliens crammed into just two homes…and before Trump was in charge it would be considered racist to go after these people that are living in terribly unsanitary and unsafe conditions. They are engaging in all sorts of illegal activity from fraud to drug dealing and more. There are no children among this group and we will all be safer with these people removed from our country.

Thank you Border Patrol for separating these people from our country.


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