Mexican authorities have arrested the former mayor of a rural community in the border state of Coahuila in connection with the kidnapping, murder and incineration of hundreds of victims through a network of ovens at the hands of the Los Zetas cartel. The arrest comes after Breitbart Texas exposed not only the horrors of the mass extermination, but also the cover-up and complicity of the Mexican government.
And the idiot democrats are raving about the evil that Trump represents. Authorities estimate that perhaps 300 men, women and children were kidnapped, tortured and burnt to ashes by members of the Los Zetas drug cartel.
And Trump is the new Hitler? Why isn’t the media all over this horror?
Mexico is a failed state and President-elect Trump knows it. Our borders have become an object of ridicule to millions; monsters can come and go as they please and ravage America the same way. This is part and parcel of the Alinsky strategy that Pelosi, Clinton, Obama and all the rest of the communists in government have embraced.
Build the wall.
Make it tall, make it strong.
Staff it, man it, enforce the laws, throw the illegals out, don’t let the monsters in.
Despite the magnitude, news outlets in both the U.S. and Mexico largely ignored the story as cartels continued to reign in that country with impunity. After Breitbart Texas’ exposé, authorities charged a handful of Los Zetas members in connection with the incinerations inside the prison, but public officials had managed to escape scrutiny.
The governor at the time of the massacre, Humberto Moreira, was accused and later released in Spain for having been a surrogate of the Los Zetas cartel–however he, too, has managed to avoid facing a judge in Mexico. Moreira had various assets seized by U.S. courts.
For those of my readers who do not know the story of Adolph Eichmann, look here. I was thirteen years old when the Israels hung this piece of Nazi excrement; I still remember reading the papers and watching the news about his trial and execution. Take a little time to read it. How Eichmann manged to elude the Allied authorities after the war is interesting – and discouraging