Well, how’s this for good news?
The second deadliest country in the world is our neighbor Mexico.
Who’s up for a trip south of the border?
I wonder if James Taylor would be willing to head down to Juarez and warble his famous tune “Oh, Mexico.”
Our southern neighbor had twenty-three thousand homicides last year. That’s a 22.8% increase over 2015.
Drug cartels, a corrupt government – these are the things driving Mexico’s insane homicide rate.
But it isn’t just Mexico.
According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador are becoming a cesspool of violence and death.
All told, 39,000 people lost their lives to homicide in 2016.
Say, here’s a grand idea.
Let’s import that third-world violence into the United States!
After all, Diversity is our strength!TM
Just how bad is the murder rate in Mexico? Well, the only nation deadlier is Syria.
And what do Democrats want?
They want us to take in Syrian refugees and illegal aliens from Central America.
But then again, so does John McCain.
Listen, if the only thing Mexicans were bringing with them into the states was their Abuela’s guacamole recipe, I’d be fine with it.
I love guacamole.
But they’re not, are they? Instead, they’re bringing the cartels, corruption, crime and murder that made Mexico the second deadliest place on earth.
And let’s not forget the drunk driving and child rape.
You could no more forget those than you could forget adding the cilantro to your guacamole.
The solution to Mexico’s problems is not to import those problems into the United States.
It’s absolute suicide to not construct a barrier between the United States of America and the second deadliest nation on earth.
As the old saying goes, “Fences make great neighbors.”
And if my neighbors were killing more people than any other house in my neighborhood (except for the home ten blocks away), building codes be damned! My fence would be fifty feet high.
Hat tip Breitbart
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