Thursday, May 07, 2020
The Flynn case plus Dallas salon owner with George Rodriguez, South Texas 05/07 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:
Guest: George Rodriguez, South Texas conservative......The DOJ dropped its case against General Kelly.....The 'salon lady' released from jail..........and more stories........
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We need to resolve the litigation issue before the economy opens.....
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Frankly, I had to check this story to make sure that it was not out of the incomparable Babylon Bee, the satire newspaper.
So here is the story:
The sons of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, known as “Los Chapitos,” imposed a “curfew” on the inhabitants of the city of Culiacán, state capital of Sinaloa, due to the coronavirus contingency and threatened to “sanction” those who do not comply with the measure.Through several videos circulating on social networks, the men of Iván Archivaldo Guzmán and Jesús Alfredo, roam the streets of Culiacán aboard vehicles and heavily armed, to supervise that people remain in their homes.
Yes, “Los Chapitos” will enforce the curfew. We also understand that the “ladies of the narcos” are distributing medical packages, such as hand sanitizer and reminders to wash your hands. The cartel version of a Good Neighbor Policy, or something like that.
On one hand, we are grateful that someone is taking the coronavirus seriously south of the border. I say someone because President Lopez-Obrador does not seem to be.
On a larger point, where are the police and Mexican Army? How is President Lopez-Obrador allowing a cartel to occupy a city the size of Culiacan with a metropolitan population of 900,000?
It was a turning point in World War I and the US.
On this day in 1915, the Lusitania was torpedoed without warning by a German submarine.
A couple of years later, the US Congress voted to declare war on Germany and the war was truly global.
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