Trump’s Inauguration Dubbed “Bloody Friday” by Mexican-Jihadi Cartel

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Judicial Watch released a shocking report about the shooting at the site of the new U.S. Consulate in Mexico. The attack in which 13 died is linked to an ISIS-cartel group’s terrorist attack plan for Trump’s inauguration which has been dubbed “Bloody Friday”.

Jihadi Cartel Tied to Shooting at Site of US Consulate

Judicial Watch said a major shootout where the new American consulate is being built is the site where ISIS terrorists and drug cartels plan to launch terror attacks against the U.S. during the U.S. inaugural period. Two cartels shot it out for hours. It resulted in “extreme carnage”.

The site of the new U.S. Consulate is connected to a broad operation between Islamic terrorists and Mexican drug cartels to send President-elect Donald Trump a message by engaging in attacks at border ports, according to Judicial Watch’s sources.

“Cartels usually don’t work with jihadists for fear of having the border shut down,” a veteran federal law enforcement official told Judicial Watch. “But Trump is causing so much disruption in Mexico that they are partnering to send a message as to who is in control. This is as outrageous as a small group of guys crashing planes into U.S. buildings.” Another official who has worked in the region for years said “Trump is causing a huge amount of fear in Mexico throughout all sectors; private, government, business, criminal, police….”

Nuevo Laredo is among the border towns that the terrorists and narcotraffickers plan to launch attacks in, according to intelligence gathered by law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and Mexico, Judicial Watch reported.

ISIS Cartels Are Preparing to Cross the Border

These jihadi cartels plan to carry out attacks in US cities and ports of entry along the southern border.

Militant Islamists have arrived recently at the Monterrey International Airport situated in Apodaca, Nuevo León, about 130 miles south of the Texas border in preparation.

An internal Mexican law enforcement report obtained by Judicial Watch confirms that Islamic terrorists have “people along the border, principally in Tijuana, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas.” Cartel informants tell law enforcement contacts that “they are only waiting for the order and the times to carry out a simultaneous attack in the different ports of entry or cities of the United States of America.”

We Were Warned

We have been warned in the near and somewhat distant past.

In 2015 Judicial Watch reported that ISIS is operating a camp just west of Ciudad Juárez, around eight miles from El Paso.

Sources that include a Mexican Army field grade officer and Mexican Federal Police inspector revealed that, during a joint operation, they discovered documents in Arabic and Urdu, as well as “plans” of the military installation at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. Muslim prayer rugs were recovered with the documents during the operation.

Just last week a U.S. Consular officer was shot and is still recovering from his wounds. A U.S. citizen was arrested but no other information was given out.  There are indications that the incident is tied to the jihadi cartels.

Warning, the video of the consular officer’s shooting is graphic.

Nuevo Laredo is the largest inland port of entry in terms of volume for commerce between the U.S. and Mexico and is perhaps the most lucrative plaza on the border for organized crime. It is a smuggling corridor Los Zetas have held for years. This is what our open borders are inviting into the country.

Zetas have been working with terrorists for years, including but not exclusively with Hezbollah.

As an example, here’s one gun battle just south of the border. We are importing this into our country.

https://youtu.be/ow2y96KEFSU

To conclude, they are in our country now. Mexican transnational gangs are in your neighborhood. At the same time, the sanctuary cities are hiding the names and personal data of criminal illegal aliens. Our Democrat politicians are applauding this.


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