Member Who Talks (A Lot!)
- Oct 29, 2008
There aren’t unpatrolled areas of the border. There are less patrolled areas, but they will surveil with satellite.Lmao no they don’t at, and the stats you are probably referring to “Mist confiscated drugs come through ports of entry” has been debunked by BP numerous times. They have repeatedly said that the vast majority don’t get confiscated and can’t be tracked BECAUSE they come through places Border Patrol cannot regularly patrol. JFC it’s literally common sense man. If we have so many drugs coming through, (not even enough to scratch the surface on supply and demand) then it’s getting over through ways we aren’t catching. That’s low flying aircraft, and unpatrolled areas of the border.
The cartels have to get their product to a city, not to the middle of nowhere. That takes transportation. The roads there get watched closely.
And a wall won’t stop aircraft anyway.
The cartels find the easiest path. That is usually through a very busy checkpoint, where the sheer volume means stuff gets through. And they figure on a certain amount being seized...that’s just cost of business.
The idea that drugs are getting taken though holes in the fence is not rational. The BP knows where those are just like the cartels do.