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Mexican Navy Seizes 25 Tons of Fentanyl from China in one Raid


It’s impossible to mention the border crisis without reminding everyone that the Mexican Navy seized 52,000 pounds of fentanyl off one ship in 2019.

The Mexican Navy intercepted the fentanyl shipment which originated from Shanghai, China and was bound for the Sinaloa Cartel home base of Culiacán, Sinaloa.

Undoubtedly, to be pressed into pills, snuck through the southern border, and to be distributed throughout cities in the United States.

This was enough fentanyl to kill 11.5 billion people or 1.5 times the world’s population.

China’s mass production of fentanyl should be considered a part of the CCP’s unrestricted warfare program to take down the United States without ever firing a bullet.

The CDC estimates that in the 12-month period ending in October 2021, more than 105,000 Americans died of drug overdoses, with 66 percent of those deaths tied to fentanyl.

Open border policies flood our communities with fentanyl, destroying families, and ending lives.