Mexico Cites 'Discrimination' & Racism in Rejecting Any Deportees from Texas Back to Their Country

Nick Kangadis | March 20, 2024
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Mexico is officially NOT an ally of the United States, and it’s not exactly clear how long that’s been the case. But, with their government’s latest statement, in light of the U.S. Supreme Court allowing Texas SB4 to legally take effect, Mexico IS clearly stating that it’s okay for them to reject people, but if the U.S. does it, it’s discriminatory and racist.

Hey, Mexico! How about you take a long jump off a short pier? How do you like them apples?

Get this…Apparently, after the aforementioned Supreme Court decision, the government of Mexico has stated on Tuesday that it will “not accept, under any circumstances, repatriations by the State of Texas. For those playing the home game, that means Mexico will reject any deportee by Texas to their country.

On top of all of that, they had the audacity to say that stopping the flow of migrants into the U.S. by “criminalizing them” will not only encourage the separation of families, but that it equals “discrimination and racial profiling that violate the human rights of the migrant community.”

So, using logic, is Mexico saying that it’s okay for them to reject their own people back into their country, but it’s a violation of human rights if the U.S. does it? Unreal. What do you expect from a cowardly government that kneels to the drug cartels?

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Also in the statement is a little gem basically condemning Texas for attempting to exercise any level of control over the border.

“As stated since the law was debated in the Texas legislature last year, Mexico categorically rejects any measure that allows state or local authorities to exercise immigration control, and to arrest and return nationals or foreigners to Mexican territory,” the government wrote.

Hey, you guys are the ones who have allowed the entire world to trample through your country on their way to becoming criminal invaders of your neighbor, the U.S.

The Mexican government also had the nerve to say that Texas’ actions will give rise to hate against criminal invaders of Mexican origin who live in Texas.

“Mexico also questions legal provisions that affect the human rights of the more than 10 million people of Mexican origin who live in Texas, and give rise to hostile environments in which the migrant community is exposed to hate speech, discrimination and racial profiling,” the statement read.

It’s not racial profiling when you’re looking for certain people whose first act on U.S. soil was to break its laws.

Mexico needs to quit virtue signaling and take some responsibility for its complicity on drug trafficking, particularly fentanyl, and human trafficking, especially children. Maybe if the government didn’t turn that country into a hellhole, people wouldn’t be leaving in the first place. Although, maybe that’s their plan.

And maybe if people took care of their own backyard, they wouldn’t need to trespass into someone else’s.


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