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THANK GOD–LARGEST FENTANYL DRUG BUST IN HISTORY

Let us offer thanks to the Lord for the interception of these drugs found and exposed! Continue to pray for freedom from the bondage of drug addiction in our nation.

For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open. (Luke 8:17)

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol seized enough fentanyl to kill over 50 million people from a truck that was trying to cross the southern border into the United States, according to an investigation by “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“Well, the U.S. border patrol has made the biggest fentanyl bust in history. An enormous amount, enough fentanyl to kill—they estimate—57 million people. That’s more than the combined population of the states of Illinois, New York and Pennsylvania. It’s a lot,” Carlson stated.

“We got our hands on an internal memo from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol that details this bust. The biggest fentanyl seizure in U.S. history,” Fox News Correspondent Hillary Vaughn began. “According to the memo, four days ago in Nogales, Arizona, at the port of entry, CBP officers stopped a tractor-trailer crossing the U.S.-Mexico border into the U.S. with enough fentanyl to kill 57 million people. That’s plenty of fatal dose to wipe out the entire populations of Texas, Arizona and New York state combined.”

She continued:

They found this under the floor of the trailer. They found 114 kilograms of fentanyl. According to the DEA, just two milligrams is considered a lethal dose. They also grabbed 179 kg of methamphetamine and one gram of fentanyl in pill form. The street value for the fentanyl over $102 million. The CBP officers arrested the smuggler, a Mexican national who attempted to drive the drugs across the border. The suspect was a part of the DHS’s trusted traveler program called FAST, that stands for free and secure trade for commercial vehicles. The program started after 9/11.

The bust comes as President Donald Trump is trying to secure funding for a wall he would like to be built along the southern border to prevent smuggling and illegal immigration. Many Democrats have countered the president’s desire by saying a wall would be “immoral.” (Excerpts from Mike Brest article on The Daily Caller)

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13 Replies to “THANK GOD–LARGEST FENTANYL DRUG BUST IN HISTORY”

  1. Oh,Lord bring us into more of your glory! As you restore THROUGH REPENTANCE AND RETURNING TO YOU,swifter justice and righteous judgments will begin to manifest more and more in this land… and you will HEAL!! Thank you that it has begun.. Thank you so much!

  2. In Your good pleasure make Zion Prosper; build up the walls of Jerusalem. Amen Psalm 51:18 we claim for Our United States Of America! One Nation under GOD. Let’s come in Unity to Honor and Praise our Mighty God who is in control of all.

  3. Praise the Lord !!! I love hearing stories like this. \o/ But this is just a small percentage of the drugs that are actually coming across our boarders. We really do need a wall, and with a quickness !!! 💖😇

      1. That’s sad but very true Kevin.Big pharma, our psychiatrists, doctors, lawyers, and entire judicial system are all involved in this white collar criminal racket that’s killing people by the millions. It’s all about the money and also part of their big agenda, for population control. They don’t care who they kill as long as they continue to stay rich and get richer through their inhumane undercover activities. Dacco and Acts are the biggest court ordered drug rehabilitation programs around, who actually push and distribute methadone and soboxin ( narcotics) legally for profit. These programs are owned by the judicial systems workers, who are shareholders in the companies. Our worlds gone crazy because of the greed of money, and theirs simply very little true justice anymore. I would bet my right arm, that many of the corrupt, left wing politicians are also involved in the drug trades and human trafficking that’s destroying millions of peoples lives and families. This is why their fighting President Trump hard, to keep him from building the wall 💔😢

        1. I agree. What’s so funny is that they can’t control Holy Spirit, and He’s huge! He works off the Word of God and the saints. “And they overcame the evil one by the blood of the Lamb and the (spoken) word of their testimony.” This is so beautiful. We are now witnessing the crumbling of principalities and powers. I know some leaders who have been praying against Roe v Wade since the 1980’s. It will collapse. Thank you for sharing the truth. In Jesus’ name! Amen (So be it).

    1. Fentanyl was first approved in the US 1998 as a drug to treat breakthrough pain in cancer patients. That which God allowed men to develop for good is now being used for evil by some. Satan’s oldest game. Praise God for this drug seizure and capture of these people doing Satan’s evil work. To God be the glory.

  4. Father, thank you for these servants who put their lives on the line every day for Americans. Please bless and protect them from all harm. Keep watch over their families as well. Thank you Father.

  5. Praise God for His Goodness and Faithfulness , Bless the authorities who have done such a great job , together we decree JESUS IS LORD, Psalm 67 in our Nation, Mercy , Truth and Justice Amen

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