Mexican Official: There Will Be A Price To Be Paid For Renegotiating NAFTA

Mexico’s Economic Minister Ildefonso Guajardo has threatened to flood the US with refugees if we renegotiate NAFTA in ways that are not sufficiently beneficial to Mexico.  And BTW, don’t dare ask who is going to pay for that wall.  (Click the headline below for the link.) BLACKMAIL – Mexican Econ Minister Threatens To Flood U.S. With Illegals If We Don’t Give Them A Good NAFTA Deal… Posted on August 10, 2017 by sundance When candidate Donald Trump first proposed renegotiating NAFTA back in 2015 everyone was stunned. Fixing bad trade deals had never been proposed by any candidate. Candidate Trump also … Continue reading

ME Woman with Sketchpad Caught at Border

From Judicial Watch: A Middle Eastern woman was caught surveilling a U.S. port of entry on the Mexican border holding a sketchbook with Arabic writing and drawings of the facility and its security system, federal law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch. The woman has been identified as 23-year-old Leila Abdelrazaq, according to a Customs and Border Patrol (CPB) report obtained by JW this week. Abdelrazaq appeared to have two accomplices, a 31-year-old man named Gabriel Schivone and a 28-year-old woman named Leslie Mcafee. CBP agents noticed the trio “observing the facilities” at the Port of Mariposa in Nogales, Arizona on … Continue reading

Meanwhile, Down on the Border

  From Breitbart: Mexican National Busted in US with 500k of Narcotics On Sunday a 33-year-old Mexican national was busted by Border Patrol agents for having large amounts of methamphetamine and heroin hidden inside her vehicle. According to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), the suspect, a female, ignored an agent when he asked her to roll her window down for questioning at the Pine Valley Checkpoint near San Diego. The woman’s behavior caused her to be referred to an inspection area, where drug-sniffing dogs found 39 bundles of meth and heroin. The recovered drugs had a street value of more than $500,000. … Continue reading