Riches beyond their wildest dreams
As migrants flow across the southern border and migrant shelters spring up to absorb some of the humanity, the big drug cartels are making more money than ever before. They not only have their basic drug smuggling, but the lucrative human trafficking industry has taken off. Children are appearing at the border with phone numbers & serial numbers. Traffickers might use violence, manipulation, or false promises of well-paying jobs or romantic relationships to lure victims into trafficking situations. In many cases the traffickers don't need much at all to get people to send their children out of failed states. The price is incredibly high and the journey is dangerous. Many of these children are abused. Some never make it. Biden incentivized all of it.
Here are the top cartels that Joe Biden has enriched:
Sinaloa Cartel : A Mexico-based cartel famous largely because their long-term leader, El Chapo, was recently captured and imprisoned, the dangerous Sinaloa Cartel is also notorious for its extensive ties to the Mexican federal police and military. Their organization has extensive reach across Central and South America, and is one of the leading drug exporters to the United States, primarily heroin and cocaine. The cartel is known for torturing and murdering couriers who lose their product, who fail to deliver on time, and who stand in the way of their trade. They also tightly and fiercely control their image in the media, allowing in only select reporters on guided tours.
Medellin Cartel : Based in Colombia, one of the leading cocaine-producing territories, the organization began smuggling emeralds, but as notorious Pablo Escobar took control of the cartel, the focus changed to drugs – predominantly cocaine, but also some marijuana, in the 1970’. The organization famously used private planes to traffic drugs from South America to Florida.Thanks to the growing addiction to cocaine in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s, the Medellins were soon able to invest in numerous small airplanes, better laboratories, bribes for government and military officials, and even a small island in the Caribbean that became a pitstop for aircraft. The Medellin Cartel disbanded after the 1990s, when many members either turned themselves in or were killed, including Escobar, who was gunned down by Colombian police.
Gulf Cartel : One of the oldest Mexican cartels, dating back to the 1930s, there are roots of the organization extended across several continents into West Africa, Asia, Europe, Central America, South America, and the US. Their capo, Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa, moved to a suburban Dallas, Texas, home to escape being pursued by rival gangs in Mexico. However, in 2013, assassins caught up to him, and he was murdered outside of his home. The prior Gulf Cartel leader had been extradited to the United States in 2007 and sent to prison for 25 years.
It is clear that Joe Biden wants the border open. He obviously wants to change the demographics & the voters in the US. If successful it will leave the nation with only one political party. A party with a radical ideology and supported by voters who have little idea what that ideology is, but a merely casting a "thank you" vote. In the meantime the most dreadful criminal organizations in the world get bigger and all the more powerful.
All that is left is the state governments of the besieged border states to enforce the laws which the federal government refuses to do.
Escalating his attack on the Biden administration's immigration policies, Gov. Greg Abbott said his monthlong initiative to help secure the Texas border has resulted in almost 600 criminal arrests and 6,000 referrals to federal authorities about unauthorized border crossings.
Speaking Thursday in Weslaco, about 10 miles north of the Rio Grande, and flanked by several law enforcement officials, Abbott said the recent rise in unauthorized crossings at the border have resulted in an "open season" for human- and drug-trafficking cartels.
"These criminals are preying on woman and children, exposing them to abuse and to terror," Abbott said during a news conference at the Texas Department of Public Safety's regional station.
"Because the federal government is failing to act to respond to these dangers, Texas is stepping up to secure the border," he said."