As much as the left would like us to believe that the border is secure, it is not. Texas is already a hot spot and it may be about to get hotter.
According to an AP report, Members of a Mexican drug cartel have killed five members of a family in the Mexico/Texas border town of Reynosa, Mexico.
The assailants arrived at the family’s home and forced the inhabitants outside, then killed a grandfather, his son and three of his grandchildren, aged 10 to 19, Tamaulipas state’s government said. The killings took place late Wednesday.
The gunmen reportedly questioned the family about a rival gang, and then shot them to death and ransacked the home on a road between Reynosa and the neighboring city of Matamoros.
Is this violence across the entirety of Mexico or just because the town borders with the U.S.? The AP tries hard in its article to shape it as a Mexican crime thing – but it’s not. These gangs are fighting over border territory. Border territory with pathways into America.
These gangs aren’t simpletons either. Not only can they kill people on a whim, they can set up sophisticated surveillance networks on the border – just like our ICE folks.
Mexican soldiers have detected and removed a total of 136 video cameras installed by a drug cartel to monitor movement on the streets of the border city of Reynosa, across from McAllen, Texas.
See, all we need are sanctuary cities where these fine folks can cross the border, commit felonies and be set free. It all makes perfect sense when put into perspective.