Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen dragged the alleged Director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, out of hiding to make a joint announcement that the DOJ and their Operation DisrupTor set a new record as the “largest international seizure of drugs, gun, and cash in darknet history.”
DOJ is enforcing the laws
With liberal governors, mayors, and city councils actively promoting the lawlessness and disorder of anarchy, the federal government is going out of their way to show that the DOJ is enforcing the laws. The Department of Justice also wants to show how high tech they are these days. Instead of speedboats moving through Miami with loads of Columbian nose candy, Millennials just wait for an ounce in the mail. They’ll be singing the smugglers blues as the convenience of doorstep delivery will be disrupted for a while. The Feds figured out a way to peel their way into the onion router but the ancient arms race will continue as usual in a new and improved form.
Operation DisrupTor – DOJ seizes $6.5M and arrests dozens in global opioid sting https://t.co/g074xwwPMv
— #SeekingTheTruth (@TruthSeeker____) September 22, 2020
Christopher Wray wasn’t happy to face the public after declaring that he sides with the swamp against President Donald Trump. To the man in charge of the Federal Bureau of Instigation, the biggest threats right now are violent right wing groups and the DOJ. He doesn’t want to admit that Antifa even exists. George Soros and the Rothschild family have nothing to do with them, like fund them or anything because they aren’t a group, they’re a philosophy. Well, he grudgingly admits, there are some “nodes” or “clusters” who self-identify with Antifa but that doesn’t mean anything. It’s those White conservatives you have to watch out for. Since they love that Second Amendment so darn much, it’s dangerous to looters.
For distraction, the DOJ rounded up record numbers of drugs. Along with “approximately 500 kilograms” of “fentanyl, oxycodone, methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, MDMA, and hydrocodone,” they grabbed 63 illegal firearms and made 179 arrests.” They also brought home “more than $6.5 million in cash and currency.” Down-low darknet market like AlphaBay, Dream, WallStreet, Nightmare, Empire, White House, DeepSea, and Dark Market are scrambling to start over.
A major dent in the opioid trade
Operation DisrupTor focused on the United States but international drug lords were dragged into the net. Two were arrested in Canada, 42 in Germany, 8 in the Netherlands, 4 in the U.K., 3 in Austria, and 1 in Sweden. “Criminals selling fentanyl on the Darknet should pay attention to Operation DisrupTor. The arrest of 179 of them in seven countries, with the seizure of their drug supplies and their money as well shows that there will be no safe haven for drug dealing in cyberspace.” At least the DOJ is tough on crime.
Operation DisrupTor https://t.co/JJAJX5verH
— ArchcityAnon (@ArchCityAnon) September 22, 2020
This is something that’s been in the works for a long while, running for the past nine months. According to Christopher Wray, the opioid trade just took a huge hit. “With the spike in opioid-related overdose deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic, we recognize that today’s announcement is important and timely.” What’s really timely is that it distracts away from his pending conspiracy charges. “The FBI wants to assure the American public and the world that we are committed to identifying Darknet drug dealers and bringing them to justice.” Anyone they can bring to justice who doesn’t work for the DOJ is just fine with him.
Tim Shea, acting boss at the DEA explains many of the worst drugs are still coming in from Mexico. The DOJ wont’ admit that Trumps wall will do some good but there’s no denying “we’ve seen an increase in fentanyl deaths and that’s synthetic opioids, which is a major threat emanating from Mexico.” The internet makes it much easier for the consumer and the distributors alike. “Drugs produced on industrial scale in Mexico are shipped to the United States using the dark-web. The 21st century has ushered in a tidal wave of technological advances that have changed the way we live, but as technology has evolved, so too have the tactics of drug traffickers.”