90 Miles From Tyranny : BREAKING, Mexico Deploys 15,000 Troops on U.S. Southern Border

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

BREAKING, Mexico Deploys 15,000 Troops on U.S. Southern Border

Mexico has just deployed 15,000 troops on our southern border in a muscular bid to stop and deter migrants from crossing into the USA illegally.

This is a big milestone as it shows the Mexican government is serious about stemming the flow of migrants, as CNN reports:
Mexico has deployed almost 15,000 troops to the US-Mexico border, according to the country’s Secretary of Defense Luis Sandoval.

“In the northern part of the country, we have deployed a total of almost 15,000 troops composed of National Guard elements and military units,” Sandoval announced today in Cancun.

Approximately 2,000 National Guard members have already been deployed to Mexico’s southern border with Belize and Guatemala, he noted, adding to the 4,500 troops already spread across the area. Many migrants begin their journey in Central America and even further south, passing through Mexico on their way toward the United States.
The deployments come after renewed pressure from the Trump administration on Mexico to help slow migration flows northward. Mexico, however, has also called on the United Nations and the United States to help with the monumental task.

This is another win for President Trump and the American people.

The Mexican government is sadly doing far more to solve this problem than Democrats, as Reuters reports:

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1 comment:

  1. In other news, 15,000 cartel caravan guards arrived on the northern Mexican border with the US. Cartel aligned Mexican military incursions into the US are expected to climb, with the concomitant destruction of ICE and CBP vehicles by the 7.62mm weapons carried by these cartel connected guards. These weapons range farther than the 5.56mm weapons fielded by US forces, giving the edge in destruction and stand off to the Mexican cartel troops. Beachheads along the Rio Grande river are expected to protect drug carrying vehicles as they cross the border, heading to the Democrat strong holds of San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, Houston and points further north. More details as they become available....


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