I’m not going to do the whole ATF Death Watch thing here, again, today, lest Magoo think I’m de-gilding the lilly. But I’ve been saying for some time that Gunwalker, Castaway, etc. are a side show to real Mexican cartel gun running action: official U.S. sales to Latin America, including the 2,547,047 “items” sold to the Mexican military in the last fiscal year. To wit: “U. S. Border Patrol agents seized six assault rifles, one rocket launcher, a grenade launcher, and three packages of what appeared to be C-4 explosives Tuesday near the Rio Grande,” monitor.com reports . . .
“Agents patrolling the river near Fronton spotted a black bag in the brush. Inside, agents found the guns, rocket launcher, grenade launcher and explosives, along with a lower receiver for an assault rifle and 20 ammunition magazines. The weapons were turned over to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives for further investigation.”
INSERT FOX/HENHOUSE JOKE HERE. So, anyway, enquiring minds want to know: where did those rifles, rocket launchers and C4 come from?
The U.S. military and the CIA are in this Mexican drug cartel thing up to their eyeballs. With tens of thousands of Mexicans cold in their graves, victims of brutal gangs acting with impunity on both sides of the border, it’s high time someone outed America’s “real” foreign policy towards Mexico. Not that I haven’t said that before . . .