This latest revelation of cartel cruelty demonstrates exactly why we need a president who will protect our country and secure our border. With murderers running freely across our neighbor to the south, we need that sort of security more than ever. Of course, this won't play well with some people, not least of all cartel members, with the notorious Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman putting out a bounty on Trump for daring to speak out against them.
“Trump told Breitbart News on Thursday as he prepares to barnstorm South Carolina heading into that state’s GOP presidential primaries on February 20:
Large parts of Mexico is a criminal enterprise. When you look at the drugs that are flowing across the border and the illicit things that are happening at the border, Mexico—large parts of Mexico—are a major illicit business. It’s happening to an extent that people didn’t know until I brought it up. If I didn’t make my speech on June 16, when I talked about the illegal immigration and the crime at the border, we wouldn’t be talking about this today. You wouldn’t be asking me the question. And now the other day Cruz gets up and says ‘we must build a wall’—it’s the first time he’s ever said it. And then Rubio said ‘build a wall.’ Notice, now they all want to build a wall.
Darby and Ortiz reported the incredible discovery of the cartels’ network of ovens used to cover up their mass murders in a stunning exclusive from the Mexican state of Coahuila. Darby and Ortiz wrote in the exposé:
The Mexican Los Zetas cartel used a network of oven facilities to cover-up the systematic mass extermination of innocent people during the 2011-2013 period when the cartel had complete governmental control over most of the Mexican state of Coahuila. From the then-governor of Coahuila, down to the city jails, Los Zetas had complete control of every aspect of governmental process and of the lives of Mexican citizens–including news media. Their atrocities in Coahuila have remained largely unreported and undocumented by any governmental agencies—local, state, federal, or international.
What’s more, they wrote, a series of government officials were corrupt and working for the cartels—rather than for the people of Mexico—during this timeframe, something that hasn’t been widely explored by the media or the government there or the U.S. government. Trump’s focus on the issue is certain to the bring the cartels much unwanted attention. In fact, Trump’s decision to focus on the Mexican criminal networks has reportedly caused Joaquin ‘El Chapo' Guzman to offer a $100 million bounty on Trump’s head.”