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Biden’s Open Border Surges With Illegals, Heroin

The Grind:
The Biden administration has been facing a continuing crisis at the southern border after taking office in January, and so far there are few signs of it slowing down significantly- with the number of migrants and seizures of the deadly drug fentanyl continuing to rise.

There were more than 180,000 migrant encounters in May, yet another increase from the more than 178,000 in April and that has been increasing sharply from the 78,000 in January- although the numbers have been increasing since April of last year.

The 180,034 May encounters is up massively from the 23,237 seen last year, and even higher than the 144,166 in May 2019 at the peak of that year’s border crisis…

Drug seizures overall are up by 18 percent in May from April 2021. While that number is actually lower overall compared to May 2020 and a number of other months in both FY 2020 and 2021, seizures of the deadly drug fentanyl are up by more than 300% over May last year.

The Details:
The 951 lbs of fentanyl seized in May is up from the 886 lbs seized in April and 660 lbs seized in March, and the highest amount seized since December 2020. CPB said that seizures of the drug through May in FY 2021 are 56% higher than all of FY 2020.

Fentanyl, an opioid for pain treatment, is between 50 and 100 times more potent than morphine. More than 36,000 people died from overdoses involving synthetic opioids like fentanyl in 2019, according to the CDC…

Meanwhile, Border Patrol agents have continued to apprehend gang members and sex offenders at the border among other criminal illegal immigrants. Border Patrol agents in the Del Rio Sector in Texas say they have seen a 3,166% increase in arrests of convicted sex offenders compared to the same timeframe last fiscal year. Read more…

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