Crime

Mexican Official Finds 20 Dead After Gang Battle — Less Than 60 Miles From CNN’s Acosta Wall Stunt

CNN’s Jim Acosta tried to upstage Pres. Trump’s trip to Texas yesterday when he stood by a border wall and claimed there was not much activity.

Acosta was savaged online for trying to make fun of Pres. Trump while in actuality, he showed how the wall was working.

According to the NY Post, 20 were found dead in a grisly murder scene on the Mexico side of the border. Officials feel it was the result of a gang battle. Now, why does anyone imagine that there are drug cartel gun battles this close to the border? Could it be that they are in the vicinity for sending their products to their US customers?

A Mexican security official said that authorities discovered 20 bodies on Wednesday, 17 of them burned, outside Ciudad Miguel Aleman, which is about 56 miles from McAllen, across the Rio Grande river. Five burned vehicles were also found near the bodies, the security official said.

A separate state security official said on Thursday that 21 bodies had been found at the site.

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Tamaulipas has become one of the most violent states in Mexico, convulsed by gangs fighting to control drug trafficking, extortion rackets and the exploitation of migrants.

Tens of thousands of people have been killed in Mexico during years of fighting between security forces and warring drug cartels.

Source: NY Post

Moreover, that is the saddest part of this story is that Hollywood makes movies about the drug epidemic culture and gives it a glamorous coat.

Dems will cave, it is the desire of the people to have the wall built, and the Democrats know this and realize this is damaging their chances for 2020

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