Most of us do not live in Bidenland as ‘Bidenland is a fantasy world where reality cannot intrude.’

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Welcome To Bidenland – Where The Cartels Are Not In Control Of Our Southern Border

by Charles “Sam” Faddis

The key to life in Bidenland is denial. Bidenland is a fantasy world where reality cannot intrude.

In Bidenland:

  • Afghanistan is not a terrorist superstate.
  • The Taliban are businesslike partners who want coexistence.
  • The Chinese do not control Bagram airbase.
  • Gas prices are not surging.
  • Shortages of consumer goods are not looming.
  • (Covid) Vaccines work.
  • And perhaps most importantly, the southern border is most definitely not out of control.

Most of us, however, do not live in Bidenland. We live in the real world. And, in this reality, our southern border is spiraling dangerously out of control.

One of the many myths in Bidenland is that everyone coming to our southern border has benign intentions. If we are being invaded it is by kindly, hardworking individuals who have traveled from all over the planet to give us hugs and wish us well.

No doubt there are a great many wonderful people arriving at our southern border who simply want to build new lives. There are also a great many other people and things crossing the border, and the vast criminal enterprises that are behind this mass movement are most definitely not well-intentioned.

Individuals are not crossing into the United States unaided. They are not coming in small groups on their own. They are being transported by the hundreds of thousands by criminal cartels. These are the very same cartels, which are moving massive quantities of drugs, including fentanyl, into our nation to poison our citizens.

These cartels use the movement of human beings across the border to overwhelm our border defenses and allow them with impunity to then move narcotics through areas of the border left unguarded. The numbers of people moved by these criminal enterprises are so huge that each individual is literally marked with a wristband, so the cartels can keep track of where they are going and where they are coming from. The wristbands are removed once the migrants enter the United States and literally litter the ground near the border.

Per a CBP official, “It’s an inventory reason. They’re all over the place.”


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