“Operational” Hezbollah Inside United States Doesn’t Exist. Feeling Better? Not.

Written by David Hiatt on August 27, 2013

In Mexico, Hezbollah has “teamed up” with the Zeta drug cartel gang and has become part of the United States/Mexico border problem. On March 27, 2009, The Washington Times reported: “Hezbollah is using the same southern narcotics routes that Mexican drug kingpins do to smuggle drugs and people into the United States, reaping money to finance its operations and threatening U.S. national security, current and former U.S. law enforcement, defense and counterterrorism officials say.”

The Iran-backed Lebanese group has long been involved in narcotics and human trafficking in South America’s tri-border region of Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil. Increasingly, however, it is relying on Mexican narcotics syndicates that control access to transit routes into the U.S.

Hezbollah relies on “the same criminal weapons smugglers, document traffickers and transportation experts as the drug cartels,” said Michael Braun, who just retired as assistant administrator and chief of operations at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

The United States State Department just came out with a report stating there is no known operational Al Qaeda or Hezbollah cells in the Western Hemisphere. Unless all these known sleeper cells just decided to pack their bags and leave the United States, I have contradicting information.

So, this bunch of phonies on the “Hill” have every connected member of this Obama regime telling untruths to protect whatever agenda they might have.  Our military may be ordered to destroy Syria’s and Hezbollah’s chemical cache in hopes there will be no retaliation from Russia or China.  Have these numbnutz in D.C. thought about repercussions that could take place inside of our own borders?

Image: Hizbollah flag in Syria; Source: Hezbollah Flag; uploaded by FunkMonk; author: upyernoz from haverford, USA; Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license

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David Hiatt sees a good part of America driving his truck across it, mostly from Indiana down to the bottom of Texas. He is a passionate Christian Constitutional Conservative that is concerned about the direction this Great Nation is heading.