Shots Fired at Border Patrol Vehicle

It was only a matter of time…

Aggressions are the border were bound to turn violent at some point, and they have.

Early Saturday morning, reports are now surfacing that Border Patrol agents came under fire while arresting an illegal immigrant.

Under Attack!

We know the cartel is involved in human trafficking at the border.

That being said, it is a safe assumption they are trying to sneak in product while also trafficking humans.

Any threat to their operation will be dealt with the only way they know how… violence.

Now, we don’t know if it was the cartel that initiated the violence in this instance, but it is reasonable that if it was not the cartel, it was probably human traffickers trying to protect their operation.

In this case, agents came under fire while making an arrest.

Thankfully, no agents were injured, but the vehicle was hit by gunfire…

Per our observations above, the CBP has confirmed that the area where this confrontation took place is notorious for drug activity.

This particular area has seen heightened drug smuggling activity during a year that saw record fentanyl seizures at the border.

Fentanyl actually outpaced heroin this year, which is scary when you consider how many different ways that particular drug can be used.

This area (Fronton) is known for violence.

In 2019, more than four dozen rounds were fired at agents.

In 2016, a border agent and trooper were shot when a gunfight erupted between authorities and drug smugglers.

Biden needs to take whatever measures are necessary, now, to lock down this border.

If not, this situation will continue to escalate, eventually leading to the death of border agents.

That blood will be on Joe Biden’s hands if and when that happens.

Source: Breitbart


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