Prior to writing this post, I contacted a journalist friend in Mexico.
We exchanged some details about the Patriots vs. Cowboys game. My friend is a Cowboys fanatic and wants Coach Garrett fired.
After that, we spoke about violence in Mexico. He said: “Así es,” or “that’s the way it is.”
People are really worried south of the border, and it’s not about President Trump calling people names for crossing the border.
John Daniel Davidson summarized the situation perfectly:
Two important and interrelated news stories largely passed under the radar Wednesday as the House impeachment hearings continued to dominate the headlines.
Both stories concern the deteriorating state of affairs in Mexico and have huge implications for immigration, the southwest border, and U.S. national security.
It’s a shame more Americans aren’t paying attention.
And especially the one about cartels trying to take over Mexican industries.
OK, why does it matter that cartels are throwing farmers off the land and planting avocados? Or that homicides are happening at record levels?
Read the full story from American Thinker
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