Friday, July 20, 2018

The Mexican Drug Cartels Are Our Very Own ISIS

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On Friday, the White House revealed that 20 percent of supposed parents who came with children under five were deemed unfit to be reunited with those children and that many are suspected of being tied to transnational criminal organizations involving drugs and human smuggling. Will it ever be cool for the media to finally focus on the enemy at our own border now operating within our country?
It is only in vogue for cultural institutions to care about the border when they are promoting the policies that lead to violence, both for Americans and for the migrants. Yet when it comes to focusing on the deadly results of these open-borders magnets and catch-and-release policies, nobody is there to pick up the pieces. Now a drug cartel is beheading children on our own soil. Will there be any virtue-signaling in Congress to “do something for the children?”
Drug cartel beheadings on our soil
Late last week, reported that a 13-year-old girl whose grandmother was mixed up in the Sinaloa cartel delivering methamphetamine was beheaded by cartel members after she witnessed their murder of her grandmother. This occurred in Madison County, Alabama, far away from the Mexican border.
A 13-year-old Huntsville girl was beheaded after she witnessed her grandmother assaulted with a knife and left to die on the ground in a cemetery, court testimony revealed.
The grandmother was associated with the Sinaloa Cartel, a drug-trafficking organization, a Madison County sheriff’s investigator testified today.
Just days before Oralia Mendoza and her granddaughter, Mariah Lopez, were killed, Mendoza and three others went to pick up a batch of methamphetamine, Investigator Stacy Rutherford told a judge. After one of her drug cohorts became suspicious, the situation turned deadly.
This case should shed light on the problem we have with the ISIS of the Western hemisphere: the Mexican drug cartels, who flood our country with the most violent people, poison our people with their drugs, and create secondary violence through the trafficking of drugs. Meanwhile, the political class wants to go soft on drug traffickers and soft on the border and sanctuaries that harbor them, while clamping down on doctors and legitimate pain patients. This is crazy.
Read the rest from Daniel Horowitz HERE.

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