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Ultra-Violent Texas Murders Definitively Linked to Mexican Cartels

Government officials are hoping to gain some traction in catching this narco-terrorist…but thanks to the cartel’s deep pockets, it won’t be cheap to flip a confidante.

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South of the United States, the great people of Mexico are suffering horribly.

Their nation has become a hotbed for drug and gun cartels, whose most recent shift in moniker has conjured a terrifying new reality in just one chilling hyphenation:  Narco-terrorists.

The reasoning behind the wrangling of the term “terrorist” for these organized crime units is simple.  The cartels are running amok in Mexico, not only peddling their elicit and addicting wares, but employing a variety of heinous and gruesome intimidation tactics in the process.

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One of their most popular, and milder acts is the habitual murder and public hanging displays of their enemies, often on highway overpasses that would otherwise be wishing you “Bienvenido”.

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Now, this creeping evil has made its way north, into the Lone Star State.

Federal authorities are offering a reward for a man tied to Mexico’s Gulf Cartel for his alleged roles in various murders, kidnappings, and home invasions in South Texas. The fugitive, believed to be in Mexico, is also wanted on various trafficking charges for reportedly moving drugs from the Texas border to Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Government officials are hoping to gain some traction in catching this narco-terrorist…but thanks to the cartel’s deep pockets, it won’t be cheap to flip a confidante.

This week, the FBI announced a $25,000 reward for information leading to the capture of 47-year-old Juan Alberto “A-1” Mendez, a man described as an associate of the Gulf Cartel. He is involved in a large-scale racketeering indictment. Mendez is considered a high-risk fugitive still working with the criminal organization.

While the President’s proposed border wall would certainly put a dent in the amount of cartel activity galavanting across the vast expanses of southern Texas, our nation must also adopt an adaptive program for the so-called “war on drugs”, which has been proven to fuel these black market evildoers for some time.

 

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Devin Nunes Says ‘Deep State’ Exists And Is ‘Much Worse Than Even I Thought It Ever Was’

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Former GOP Presidential Candidate Herman Cain Slams Bernie Sanders; Says ‘Democratic Socialism Doesn’t Exist’

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Conservative pundit and former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain recently went after Sen. Bernie Sanders, the current top contender for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, stating that Sanders’ version of “Democratic socialism” does not exist. Sanders has had a bit of a rough week after making some rather controversial statements praising some of the “good” done by communist dictator Fidel Castro during his time in Cuba, comments he later doubled down on instead of backing away from. Here’s more on this from The Washington Examiner: “Bernie Sanders would have you believe that he is not like the socialists who have ruined Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba and — going back a few years — all of Eastern Europe,” Cain wrote in an opinion article in the Western Journal. “Oh sure, he agrees with many of their economic ideas, but don’t worry. He’s a democratic socialist, and that’s different.” Cain then said, “Democratic socialism doesn’t exist. That’s because it can’t exist, because socialism can’t take hold in a truly democratic system.” “In order for socialism to ‘work,’ the state has to take control of major industries like health care, energy and manufacturing,” he wrote. “It has to confiscate massive amounts of private wealth. It has to control the means of production and distribution. It has to control wages and prices. It has to monopolize things like higher education.” Sanders has been riding high off victories in New Hampshire and Nevada and has stated that he believes Democratic socialism will lead to political and economic freedom for people in every community. The Vermont senator has accused President Trump and others on the right side of the political spectrum of fear mongering concerning his socialist views and policies, particularly when it comes to the issues of healthcare, the economy, and climate change. The fact that…

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