Every day more stories emerge which prove Trump’s unrelenting stance on immigration is crucial to the safety of this country. With too many other incidents to list here, we can add one more about a Mexican woman smuggling deadly drugs into America in a stroller with two children in tow.
As we are strengthening our borders and planning to build a great wall to keep out the likes of her, this woman decided to throw caution to the wind and test our border security. On the border of Arizona, customs officers spotted a woman trying to cross over with a stroller with two kids inside when the K9 dog alerted them that there was something very wrong. After removing the small children safely from the stroller, officers discovered five pounds of the extremely dangerous drug fentanyl.
Breitbard News via Freedom Daily reports:
After safely removing the two children, officers conducted a careful inspection of the stroller and discovered a highly dangerous drug, fentanyl. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) describes fentanyl as a synthetic opioid “50 times more potent than heroin, is extremely dangerous to law enforcement and anyone else who may come into contact with it.” The agency warns that skin surface contact with even small amounts of the drug (said to be 50-100 times more potent than morphine) can be fatal.
“Fentanyl can kill you,” DEA Deputy Administrator Jack Riley advised in a sent out to law enforcement officers in 2015. “Fentanyl is being sold as heroin in virtually every corner of our country. It’s produced clandestinely in Mexico, and (also) comes directly from China. It is 40 to 50 times stronger than street-level heroin. A very small amount ingested, or absorbed through your skin, can kill you.”
The children were turned over to the grandmother. The woman was arrested and is likely facing charges for attempting to smuggle deadly drugs to America.