Mexico said on Saturday it had “deep concern” about armed groups that intimidate and extort migrants on the border, shortly after the ACLU and Democratic senators called for a probe into such citizen efforts to block migrants from crossing....
For the time being, fuggedabout the Anti-Christian Libertarian Union. Concentrate on Mexico. Fuggedabout praising the US citizens who are taking action to defend this country from an invasion.
"Armed groups" on the border, eh? Let's go to an expert on The Border.
...I've watched Mexican troops, and police, violate the border where they can without penalty, time and again. Whilst armed. Invariably, anyone on their side at the border isn't there to enforce the border, or anything else, except at the wishes of, and to the benefit of, the drug/smuggling cartels, which have controlled all movement across it for 10+ years. I have photographed and listened to, from rock-throwing distance, off-duty Mexican law enforcement scouting the border for passing drug and personnel shipments over it, and calling it in to their narco-jefes. I have witnessed them deciding, in the absence of US presence, to violate US sovereignty time and again, while armed, and not up to anything good. (The technical term this goes by in State Department conference rooms is "casus belli".)...(READ THE ENTIRE POST AT THE LINK, FRIENDS!!)
That in response to a B.S. story about a couple of armed US ARNG's allegedly "in Mexico" who were "turned back" by Mexican "troops." The US citizens were NOT "in Mexico." They just were--accidentally--in the way of a drug shipment guarded by Mexican troops, like most of them are.
I have friends and relatives who really enjoy vacationing in Mexico. I'm beginning to think that they are playing.... well...., MEXICAN roulette, given what we really should know but what the US State Department keeps secret from us.
That linked post has a nice picture of Gen. "Black Jack" Pershing. Part of his expeditionary force rode out of Milwaukee's Richards Street Armory. Small world, eh?