We can’t believe the corrupt Mexican government and we can’t believe the corrupt Obama-Holder government, and we can’t believe the G.W. Bush government, so there’s that to begin this story, but perhaps we can believe a DEA agent who has testified in this case. As you read, think about how different this story would be if our borders were secure. None of this would be necessary if we had used our God-given common sense to do whatever necessary to keep illegals out. In exchange for weapons from the U.S. (Fast and Furious) and information on rival cartels from the Sinaloa cartel, Sinaloa was allowed to smuggle billions of dollars worth of drugs into the U.S. We apparently entered into agreements with Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman or Joaquin Guzman Loera, who is described as “the most powerful drug trafficker in the world” by the U.S. Treasury Department. He is apparently alive and living large somewhere.
Chicago is the hub of the cartel’s activities in the U.S. This article titled “Why Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel Loves Selling Drugs in Chicago” gives details of some of the names you will read below, including Guzman who Chicago’s Crime Commission said was “Public Enemy No. 1, the only person to hold that distinction since Al Capone. At least Capone was an American gang member.
In Chicago, the cartel has a near monopoly. “I’d say 70 to 80 percent of the narcotics here are controlled by Sinaloa and Chapo Guzmán,” says Jack Riley, director of the DEA’s Chicago office. “Virtually all of our major investigations at some point lead back to other investigations tied to Sinaloa.”
A question might be, why would Chicago’s Mayor and other City Fathers not bother to point a finger to the White House and the DOJ, no matter the year or who sat in the White House? Rather than that, they’ve simply disarmed their citizens, knowing the danger on every street in the city. I can’t even begin to comprehend the kick-backs in that dreadful city. Read more…
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