Eight years of President Barack Obama have produced the kind of demographic transformation in America that can only be described as nation destroying.

Aside from the large-scale Muslim immigration that is slowly turning many U.S. communities into Islamic and Third World enclaves, there has been the massive influx of economic migrants entering the US across the southern border through Mexico.

Mexican drug cartels took advantage of lax US immigration policy under Obama as an opportunity to transport millions worth of illegal drugs hidden board 18-wheeler trucks and other vehicles bound for US destinations.

Judicial Watch, the watchdog group that exposed the Hillary Clinton email scandal, just released a report that details the positive effect the administration of President Donald Trump is having on border security.

Already, Customs and Border Security officials have seen the difference in screening policy under Trump compared with Obama.

"We felt like we were the welcoming committee and not like we were guarding our borders," said U.S. Customs agent Patricia Cramer, president of the Arizona chapter of the agency's employee's union, according to Judicial Watch. "The order was to facilitate traffic, not to stop any illegal drugs from entering the country. We want to enforce the law. That's what we signed up for."

And that is exactly what these border agents are going to do but without the counter-productive restrictions of the drug-cartel friendly Obama administration.

Judicial Watch noted that all cargo trucks entering the US through Mexico are now subject to radiation and X-ray screening for illegal drugs.

However, it's not just illegal drugs that have been getting into the country through America's swiss-cheese southern border with Mexico, but dirty money, weapons, and illegal migrants.

Drug cartels are monitoring the situation and reportedly are so angry they could kill again. It's because they haven't learned yet how to adapt to the crackdown on their criminal activities.

But adapt they will; otherwise, it'll be war along the Rio Grande.

Obama's legacy can now be measured in terms of kilograms of illegal narcotics that have entered the country thanks to his open borders policy.

Do you think that empowering Customs and Border Security officials to screen for illegal drugs entering the US across the southern border through Mexico is a case of too little too late? Tell us what you think of former President Obama's contribution to the nation's drug war in the comment section below.

Source: Judicial Watch

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