‘A Line in the Sand’ Outlines Huge Criminal Activity from Open Borders, Illegal Immigration

Published on December 28th, 2007

America’s broken southern border has helped spawn the growth of vast drug and human smuggling cartels.

Prepared by the House Committee on Homeland Security, “A Line in the Sand: Confronting the Threat at the Southwest Border” ferociously waves numerous blazing red flags. The report covers the growth of Mexican drug cartels armed to paramilitary levels, illegal alien sexual predators and human smuggling that involves death, rape and other violence.

Under the direction of Texas congressman Michael T. McCaul, the document also looks closely at Texas-Mexico border activities. Through numerous points of entry into Texas, Mexican smugglers have multiple efficient corridors leading to the interstate highway system to disseminate millions of dollars in drugs and illegal aliens daily.

Read the entire report here.

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