One of President Trump's main justification for creating a wall along the United States-Mexico border is to stop the entry of illicit drugs. However, a 24-page report by the Drug Enforcement Administration reveals that most illicit drugs arrive by boat, plane, or vehicle. According to Foreign Policy, drugs coming through Mexico are "concealed in vehicles, like tractor-trailers." Drug traffickers in other Latin American nations "generally route larger drug shipments destined for the Northeast through the Bahamas and/or South Florida by using a variety of maritime conveyance methods, to include speedboats, fishing vessels, sailboats, yachts, and containerized sea cargo,” the reports states. The report does not directly mention Trump's wall, but all the modes of transporting drugs would seem to circumvent the border barrier. What are your thoughts?