Illegal Drugs

Illegal Drugs
The illegal drug market operates systematically. There is an entire organization of the process, and different individuals have specific roles in the distribution of drugs. Most of the illegal drugs in the United States come from neighboring Mexico and Columbia. The producers from the native countries organize for the drugs to be taken to the United States through different means. Some of the methods involve drug traffickers crossing to the United States using dug channels at the border. Another factor is hibernating these drugs in other commodities such as books where they can easily pass scanning at the airport. After entry into the country, the drugs are distributed to specific wholesalers who in turn assign small-time retailers the responsibility of supplying to the end consumers.
The current initiatives set up by the United States are not assisting in curbing the distribution of illegal drugs to the drug abusers and drug addicts. As identified, there are different means to get drugs into the country. One of the initiatives the current government intends to incorporate is the construction of a wall at the border to prevent illegal Mexicans bearing these drugs from entering the country. The drug traffickers can still maliciously pass the drugs through airports and underground channels.
The United States, under the presidency of Trump, has seen some strategies instituted to minimize the number of immigrants coming from Mexico to the country. One primary approach that the country has taken under the leadership of Trump is barring Muslims from entering the country. Although they do not have a direct hand in the supply and distribution of illicit drugs, it is still considered a significant threat to the country. The mitigation strategies have not proved effective since some of these drugs are supplied to the Mexican and Columbian drug dealers through unconventional means. Barring the entry of these Muslims have proved rather tedious and ineffective.