(Worthy News) – As border patrol agents brace for another massive surge, a new Homeland Security Department memo acknowledges that drug cartels control the human trafficking corridors to America and are profiting from the porous southern border under President Joe Biden.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody released the memo, saying it lays bare the cost of Biden administration policies suspending the Remain in Mexico Policy and terminating Title 42 public health authority.
“This is a shocking discovery,” Moody said. “It contradicts what the Biden administration has been telling the American people and shows that the Mexican drug cartels are profiting off the mass migration of unvetted immigrants to fund an increase in violence at the border.” [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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