MEXICO: US Gov Identifies Security Risk, Blocks Industry — No, It’s Not The Border

Written by Wes Walker on February 14, 2022

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If the stakes for this issue weren’t so stone-cold serious, you’d think the Biden administration was pulling off some kind of an elaborate prank.

Millions of unvetted people from scores of countries around the world have streamed in over our Southern border, and the Joke-Kamala (or is that Joke-amala?) administration has not even batted an eye.

We are seeing crime spikes even in places where we didn’t previously have them. We are seeing record deaths through fentanyl poisoning, even though we are seizing record quantities of narcotics. The phrase ‘rape tree’ has been introduced to the vernacular.

And finally, Joe-Kamala’s team is taking action on the grave threat from Mexico: Avocados.

Avocado exports are the latest victim of the drug cartel turf battles and extortion of avocado growers in the western state of Michoacan, the only state in Mexico fully authorized to export to the U.S. market.

The U.S. government suspended all imports of Mexican avocados “until further notice” after a U.S. plant safety inspector in Mexico received a threatening message, Mexico’s Agriculture Department said in a statement.

“U.S. health authorities … made the decision after one of their officials, who was carrying out inspections in Uruapan, Michoacan, received a threatening message on his official cellphone,” the department wrote.

The import ban came on the day that the Mexican avocado growers and packers association unveiled its Super Bowl ad for this year. Mexican exporters have taken out the pricey ads for almost a decade in a bid to associate guacamole as a Super Bowl tradition.

…“We are working with the Mexican government to guarantee security conditions that would allow our personnel in Michoacan to resume operations,” the embassy wrote in its social media accounts. — ABCNews

So, Mexican Cartels (or ‘bad hombres’ for short) have been threatening US officials who have been inspecting produce to prevent the importation of diseases that could wipe out American crops.

So to recap… Biden’s people will keep out Avacodos because of the threat importing unchecked fruit could have on American crops, but they have no tools in place to screen out the very people who have been threatening the inspector from freely waltzing across the border.

Exactly.

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