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“He says agents are denied the right to do their jobs because they are denied access to much federal land in their efforts to track illegal aliens and drug traffickers.”
Border agents are feds. So.............why?
“According to a report on his presentation in the Arizona Range News, in 1952 the Border Patrol was granted unlimited access to all private and state lands up to 100 miles inland from the border. This enabled law enforcement to deal with direct border issues and track illegals as they traveled inland through the thousands of acres of federal and private land.
But now, Taylor says, that’s changed and much of that land is off limits to the Border Patrol. But drug cartels aren’t stupid. They don’t have those restrictions, which gives them free access to U.S. land for transit and observation posts to track Border Patrol activity, situations confirmed to me by county sheriffs.”
“Taylor ended his talks with photos of dismembered bodies and heads left behind by drug gangs, often on U.S. territory.
He told the group, “The border has become lawless,” and he sees more violence headed our way.”
It’s so good to see you, again, JH2!
Joyeaux Noel, y’all!
He says agents are denied the right to do their jobs because they are denied access to much federal land in their efforts to track illegal aliens and drug traffickers.
Border agents are feds. So.............why?”
Because some desert salamander has more rights than national sovergnty.
Because we wouldn’t want to impede the illegal drug supply to inner-cities.
Because we arm our border security with “Bean-bags” while the illegal drug cartels get armed by the FED with high powered rifles. Maybe we should invent “tortillabags” and “Rice-bags” so that they can get a fully nutritious meal while they kill our Border Agents with our FED subsidized and provided high powered firearms.Instead of HOmeland Security , perhaps we should ask for the Federal Dept. of Agriculture to defend the borders ?
Thank Goodness that the desert salmander has more rights than an American citizen . /sarc