The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency reports that in the past year more Americans have died from drug overdoses than were killed in motor vehicle accidents. Much of the illegal drugs come through America’s southern border with Mexico, largely through border areas not protected by walls or barriers.

The January issue of the Judicial Watch “Verdict” and “Corruption Chronicles” publication describes in detail how elaborately planned caravans, originating in Guatemala and Honduras, bring human trafficking victims, drugs and potential terrorists from Bangladesh together to overcome American efforts to stop them. Guatemalan officials have arrested and charged terrorists from Bangladesh infiltrating from Honduras.

Further, the new president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is offering amnesty to drug traffickers, probably making matters worse for Americans trying to get a handle on the drug crisis in USA.

Build the wall.

Richard Grover, Mason Township

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