Nogales, AZ — Immigration officials have met a new threat at the Mexican border that threatens to undermine efforts to build a new wall: drones. Recently, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have tracked as many as 4,000 drone flights originating from the Mexican side of the border carrying both migrant children and the deadly drug fentanyl.

“We’ve seen a dramatic increase of both human and drug trafficking from Mexico starting this year,” said ICE spokesperson Bethany Millbright. “It seems the cartels have learned to bundle drugs with children in the same drone loads. This keeps immigration officers from normally opening fire on them, for reasons you might imagine. We’re looking at ways to circumvent this new method, but to be honest, they have the upper hand now.”

The drones are capable of carrying 54kgs (120lbs) of payload upwards of 20km (12.4 miles) from cartel bases within Mexico. The new drones, called ‘power drones’, are manufactured by the Tijuana-based Drones de Vuelo Alto. The company has received significant investments from Elon Musk and International Ventures, a non-governmental agency owned by George Soros. Musk and Soros refused to comment on the company.


In the past two weeks in particular, over 700 children under the age of 7 have traveled over the existing border wall in Arizona. Law enforcement estimates that over 127,000kgs or 428,000lbs of fentanyl made it across along with the unchaperoned children.

“That’s enough fentanyl to kill every last living organism on Earth,” said Professor James Badwater of the Badwater Institute for Public Policy at the University of Chicago. “That 28,000 pounds is raw material which can be processed into over 4 billion doses of the street drug. To say this is crisis doesn’t even capture the scope of the danger. We might be dead in just a few weeks if nothing is done.”

President Trump Has Been Silent

President Trump has largely been silent on recent drug busts at ports of entry. Critics of the president suggest that since illegal drug trafficking happens at common border crossing and via the United States mail, his argument that additional wall construction is invalid. However these latest cartel activities are further repudiation of Trump’s desire to extend a border wall.




“It’s a real slap in the face to the President,” continued Professor Badwater. “The cartels must be laughing it up with each load they send over the wall. Trump could build a 100 foot wall, and it wouldn’t stop a single shipment.”

When confronted leaving the White House, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders attempted to deflect question regarding the new cartel drone activity.

“Look, the President never said a wall would work,” said Ms. Sanders seeming to walk-back a key campaign promise. “A wall is just a figure of speech. It could be made of concrete, steel slats, people or a missile defense system to shoot down drones. It would be nice if once the media actually reported what the President has said.”

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Harris Jaffee
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The writer can’t even convert kg. to lbs. 127,000 kilos would be almost 300,000 lb.

Dwayne Gish
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Those are the exact numbers provided by the Trump Administration.

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Robert Roberson

The next time you want to photoshop something, call me; I am sure I can do a much better job. This looks so fake that it is laughable.

Dwayne Gish
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Sure thing. What’s your telephone number?

Greg
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What a load of shit, are you people on drugs.

Dwayne Gish
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You say that like it’s a bad thing.

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Bill Right

Even though probably intended to be fiction, Hizbollah is whom the Cartels use for most trafficking nowadays. If you doubt it then search the MSM articles from 2012 to 2015 about just that during the Obama years. Those articles claimed that Hizbollah had camps in the Cartels’ zones of cooperation.