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Friday, March 05, 2021

Gotta make a buck

Agents spying on Sinaloa Cartel associates traced two of their high-powered, semi-automatic rifles to a surprising source – a supervisor with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. 

Joseph Michael Gill, tasked with rooting out traffickers amid America’s deadliest drug crisis, likely helped arm them during some of his 645 sales transactions on Gunbroker.com, according to court records.

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  1. He did it "I was under #44's orders" Fast & Furious.

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  2. I guess a .gov salary confiscating and skimming AT LEAST 10% of the proceeds from illegal drugs and selling excess illegal drugs on the side weren't making him enough money?!?!? Then we wonder why "The War on Drugs" has been going on for almost 50 years, yet illegal drug availability is at an all time high and growing EVERY SINGLE YEAR.

    Nemo

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    1. If you want a real rabbit hole to go down, ponder why a certain "country" (and I use the term loosely) has poppy production that continues to rise, 20 years on. Why might that be, hmmm? Who benefits?

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  3. Strange how this story breaks just as Congress is taking up possible new gun control legislation...

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  4. Cue shocked face...

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