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228 觀看次數 • August 21, 2020

Ken Cuccinelli: DHS Tackling Drug Cartels, Illegal Immigration, and China Forced Labor

Recently, border patrol officers found 7 tons of marijuana hidden in what was supposed to be a shipment of limes. And they found over 600 pounds of methamphetamine disguised in a cactus shipment. COVID-19 restrictions on border crossings have made it a lot harder for cartels to smuggle drugs into the United States. So in some cities, prices for illicit drugs have doubled. On the other side of the globe, communist China has been exploiting imprisoned Uyghurs and others to produce cotton textiles, electronics, and other commodities. The Department of Homeland Security along with the State, Treasury, and Commerce departments recently warned businesses about employing forced labor in their supply chains. In this episode, we sit down with Ken Cuccinelli, the Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek.
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