After the President Lopez Obrador will refute the claims of the Republican senator Lindsey Graham and “challenging” him to answer five questions regarding fentinol and the drug crisis, the Senate responded via video.
“Want work with you To stop the drug problem, I have a problem with you, Mr. President, that you deny that there are cartel controlled areas in your country. you deny,” Graham said via his video.
The senator strongly supported the need to treat Mexican drug cartels as terrorist groups in the absence of action by the Mexican government.
Graham says through the video and illustrates it with a map of Mexico that there are areas of the country that controlled drug cartels where they can operate in “free and open“.
The senator begins by answering the question “consumed fentinol in the USA?”, to which he replied that it is consumed, but what is produced in Mexico and the cartels are to blame”I‘ to the Americans.
Are there drug cartels in the US? – one of the questions to which Lindsey Graham answers is that it is the Mexican cartels themselves that operate in some major US cities, but they are already being persecuted. However, he argues that it is not enough just to persecute them, it is necessary train people about the risks of using fentanyl.
“The main problem is that you are not doing anything. If you do not change your policy, we will have to take action own funds,” says Graham.
Lindsey Graham adds that despite these actions, which they do not want to take, it must be done, so if President López Obrador decides not to work with the United States, then he will do everything in his power to protect the Americans
To: President of Mexico @lopezobradador_
Mr. Chairman, I am pleased to answer the questions you asked last week.
I want us to work together. But I am also ready to do whatever is necessary to prevent the deaths of tens of thousands of Americans from the Mexican drug cartel… pic.twitter.com/3GPd8CGxbp
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) April 3, 2023
Lindsey Graham – main promoter of the cease-and-desist act drug crisis in the US through the control of the Mexican cartels.
Source: Aristegui Noticias
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