Watch: Border Patrol Chases Down Alleged Drug Runner

In an exclusive video, Border Patrol agents chase down an alleged drug runner along the Yuma, Arizona, border at night.

The report notes drug runners are a threat to Border Patrol as they often evade capture and traffic narcotics into the country. Usually, migrants want to turn themselves in, making the evasive nature of drug runners highly dangerous.

As part of the capture, agents also find clothing and other items along the Yuma border, a clear sign that other migrants have recently passed through the same border area.

The concern is also a problem for American farmers along the border. The crosser damage crops, as well as hold unknown threats for those living in the area.

What looks like something out of an action movie is a regular nightly event for those defending out border.

But the nightly events did not previously occur as frequently. Under the Biden administration, both illegal immigration and illegal drug smuggling have spiked.

We’re not only importing a dangerous level of new people into the nation. We’re also allowing drugs that are destroying many of theĀ  young people of our next generation.

Watch the video and see how what happens at the border impacts us all. You’ll be amazed at what our Border Patrol really faces as the border crisis continues under Biden.


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