Border Crisis - Mexican Cartel Attacks U.S. Consulate

On Sunday/Monday, March 13-14, gunmen affiliated with the “Cartel Del Norte,” which is affiliated with the “Los Zetas,” attacked the U.S. consular building, a Mexican military base, and other buildings in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, across the river from Laredo, TX. Sources in Mexico say the attacks were a response to a Mexican military operation targeting a cartel leader known as “El Huevo or the Egg,” Juan Gerardo Trevino, who is nephew of the jailed kingpin Miguel Angel “Z-40” Trevino.
Mexico’s federal government has not revealed much official information about the violence, nor has the local news media in Nuevo Laredo or Laredo, TX. Even Univision and Telemundo in the U.S. have been silent on the story.
Like all criminals who don’t fear punishment or respect authority, the cartels have been encouraged by leftist Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and the liberal Biden Administration. The U.S. should take some action against the cartel for this attack.
Sadly, while The Biden Administration worries about climate change, the cartels also continue to make money off human and drug smuggling. In addition, a recent report showed that the seven most violent cities in the world were in Mexico. Americans cannot let Mexican violence and crime infect their communities.

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George Rodriguez: An Introduction

George Rodriguez is a nationally known blogger, author, and regular guest on English and Spanish newscasts. Mr. Rodriguez was born in Laredo, Texas, and raised in San Antonio. He is a Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush appointee who worked for the Department of Justice in civil rights, immigration, and housing issues. He also worked with the White House Office of Public Liaison. George also worked on Capitol Hill on civil rights and immigration legislation. Mr. Rodriguez worked for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Jack Kemp as a special assistant and then served as director of the HUD offices in Houston and West Virginia. After HUD, he worked with the Katrina Recovery program as an anti-fraud compliance officer and for the City of San Antonio as a real estate director before his retirement in 2010. George made national history in March 2011, when he was named President of the San Antonio Tea Party and became the first Hispanic president of a larger Tea Party group in the U.S. Mr. Rodriguez published his first book in December 2018, “El Conservador:” Conservative Opinions,” which is a compilation of essays and editorials regarding race relations, immigration, and border security, and the Fake News. The book is available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other book outlets. Rodriguez does a weekly radio show on KLUP 930 AM “The Answer” radio and a daily blog talk radio. His program will soon be heard on stations in Austin, Washington, DC, and McAllen, TX. He is also a regular guest on national and local newscasts, including Fox News, Univision, and Telemundo. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a degree in Political Science and Journalism and certificates in Community Building from DePaul University and Harvard University. You can follow Rodriguez on social media at, on Facebook at “El Conservador”, Tweeter at El_conservador,” and on MeWe at “El Conservador.”