It can be frustrating when the United States of America officially shows preference toward illegal aliens over its own citizens, but when the U.S. condones an invasion by a foreign nation’s military, it’s beyond belief.
The small but deadly armed unit strolled into a border town, pointed its weapons at U.S. Border Patrol personnel then said they were chasing a drug smuggling unit.
And got away with it.
Unfortunately, such rogue unit incursions are far from isolated: Records indicate that such invasions have occurred over 300 times during the last 18 years, and there’s no end in sight.
The local Border Patrol Union President Art de Cuerto admitted the situtation is frustrating and dangerous.
“A lot of these encounters happen in the middle of the night where, you know, the lighting is low and you don’t know who you’re encountering. You’re sitting there and seeing a group of guys coming up to you and they’re all carrying long arms, you don’t know what you’re encountering.”
U.S. Border Patrol could find no activity whatsoever regarding alleged drug smuggling activity during the hours of darkness or of sunshine when the above incident took place.
A few years ago, a black, Mexican helicopter circled buildings on property in Arivaca, Ariz., and landed behind a barn. A squad of black-clad soldiers in body armor and balaclavas exited the aircraft and stormed the main house with fully automatic weapons.
Inquiries into this instance and others have received no response from either the U.S. government or the Mexican one.