In 2018, Congress came together on an overwhelming bicameral, bipartisan basis to enact a sensible, technologically proven, low-cost measure to remove fentanyl shipments from the international postal system.
Since then, the leadership of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), in two administrations, has done everything conceivable to blunder enforcement, thereby ensuring international drug cartels maintain reliable use of one of their proven shipping and distribution channels.
If the drug cartels had bribed U.S. officials, they could not have gotten better results for non-enforcement.
Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler discusses this in an Op-Ed in The National Interest here.
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