Sept. 20, 2020 Bellingham Metro News

Bellingham Border Patrol Station Vandalized by Protesters

“The Ferndale Border Patrol Station located 8 minutes west of Bellingham International Airport was heavily vandalized by a group of apparent Protesters at around 3:30 PM on Saturday September the 19th 2020.”

Border Patrol Agents along with Federal Protective Services retreated inside the fence and watched as the protestors in all black began spray painting the sign. Agents did not respond and after about 2 hours the protestors all left

The press seems to have moved away from asking questions.

Our questions appear in bold type.

Were state and local law enforcement agencies called to assist?

Is the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office available to assist with this type of incident?

Is the Washington State Patrol available to assist with this type of incident?


CBP puts on a big show at the Super Bowl, what is their plan to protect the Ferndale Border Patrol Station?


CBP is one of the more mysterious law enforcement agencies operating in Washington State.

Newspeople have a long history of not asking questions related to Port Angeles CBP.

US Border Patrol, Port Angeles, WA

An upgrade in staff requiring a new, $11.9 million, 50 agent facility. Secret arrest statistics, denied FOIA requests, heroin and meth in the community, rare and mysterious cross-border arrests, fraudulent overtime claims, 1,200-horsepower interceptor boats and zero questions from the press.

Are fraudulent overtime claims still the norm at Port Angeles?

Border Patrol whistleblower pays price for refusing overtime pay


Is Port Angeles CBP staffing and infrastructure at all relevant in keeping heroin and meth from entering the Puget Sound area?

Has Port Angeles CBP been able to intercept any inbound meth or heroin?

Even one time?

Newspeople remain silent.

Local meth news stories here.

Local heroin news stories here.


Newspeople avoid asking questions by going with a press release style of news reporting.

A statement is prepared by whatever agency was involved in the latest bust/federal grant money award, etc. Newspeople post this statement. No questions asked:

Sept. 4, 2020 KONP Award-winning news/talk station serving the north Olympic Peninsula


“…one member of the drug trafficking organization (identified as 24 year-old Lionel Gonzalez-Torres of Burlington, WA), was providing large quantities of meth and heroin to the Olympic Peninsula.”

Question for newspeople:

Does Port Angeles CBP play any role in keeping meth and heroin from entering the Olympic Peninsula?

If you run a government operation-these are the reporters you want to see on interview day:

If a $51.6 billion US Dept. of Homeland Security was preventing cartel product from arriving in American communities, why would General Milley need to launch Operation Macho Swagger?

Has General Milley’s Operation Macho Swagger prevented cartel product from entering WA?

Newspeople remain silent.

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Newspeople play the role of federal public affairs personnel during Operation Macho Swagger–a ride-along to let us know what is being done to keep the southern edge of the Strait of Juan de Fuca safe from B.C. incursions: Operation Macho Swagger & Port Angeles Heroin


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