Video Of Mexican Cartel Using Dynamite On A Child Is A Chilling Reminder That Terrorists Are Already At Our Border.
It's difficult to think of Mexican drug cartel henchmen even as criminally insane human beings when you consider the obscene levels of violence these monsters sink to on a daily basis.
We hear about the cruel beheadings of rival cartel members and of innocent people caught in the crossfire. News reports flow almost nonstop across America's porous southern border of the brutal murders, the stabbings, beatings, shootings, dismembered bodies, and general mayhem drug lords and their minions perpetrate to make a point to rival cartels, police, and government officials.
Sometimes, the crimes these beasts commit are so heinous they defy basic logic or any semblance of humanity.
What kind of person, for instance, would strap a stick of dynamite onto a child and an adult rival, light the fuse, and then video tape the deadly explosion on a cell phone?
Only Heriberto "El Gringo" Acevedo Cardenos, former top commander of the violent cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion, knows the answer to that question. Unfortunately, he's dead - shot and killed during a firefight with Mexican cops on March 23 along with three bodyguards.
The graphic video was first published by the Mexican news agency Performa and went viral. The video has since been removed by YouTube because it violated the company's policy on "shocking and disgusting content."
However it can be seen here. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.
Undoubtedly, it takes a certain type of violent psychopath to blow up another human being with dynamite. There is no conscience or empathy involved in the decision. No emotions other than pure hatred and bloodlust. Which is why "normal" people living north of the Rio Grande have such a hard time comprehending the depths of depravity these drug cartel members call home turf.
It's even more difficult for patriotic Americans, concerned about the social and economic costs associated with illegal immigration, to understand who in their right mind would support open borders.
In some of America's national parks in the southwest, visitors are now warned to enter at their own risk because of the presence of drug cartel activity.
Mexico's drug cartel problem is now America's, and it's going to get a whole lot uglier - and deadlier - in the years ahead.