Trump is determined to get his southern border wall built and since he is always trying to claim Mexico only brings drugs to the U.S. – Then why NOT use drug lord El Chapo’s $12 billion to build it.
This way ALL the debates and pointing the fingers at Democrats can stop. The problem is Trump always putting blame on someone else. Why NOT put you Presidency to work and take El Chapo’s $12 billions and use his drug money instead of taxpayers. Read on…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that Ted Cruz is earmarking the billions upon billions of dollars El Chapo’s been ordered to fork over to the U.S. to secure the southern border.
According to reports President Trump’s backing Texas Senator Ted Cruz plan about building the wall.
Ted says that the next step now that the Mexican drug lord has been sentenced to life in prison. Trump should use El Chapo $12.6 BILLION fortune to make it happen.
Cruz acknowledges El Chapo’s drug money might be difficult to track down, but says there should be no debate over where the cash goes once it’s seized.
Ted’s been serious about this for a couple of years now. He introduced legislation known as the EL CHAPO Act in April 2017 but it flatlined. Ted reintroduced the EL CHAPO Act in January.
He believes it’s still a perfectly fitting conclusion to the Mexican kingpin’s case.
Ted says POTUS is “enthusiastic” about the possibility of a quick and easy path to funding the wall … for which he once promised Mexico would pay.
‘El Chapo’ Guzmán Sentenced to Life in Prison:
The New York Times reported on Wednesday:
‘El Chapo’ was one of the most notorious outlaws of the last 100 years: a brutal Mexican cartel leader, a wily trafficker who smuggled more than $12 billion worth of drugs and plunged his country into a long-running tragedy of bloodshed and corruption.
Judge Cogan had no choice but to sentence Mr. Guzmán to life, he noted that the “overwhelming evil” of the drug lord’s crimes was readily apparent. Beyond the life sentence — plus an additional 30 years — he ordered him to pay a staggering $12.6 billion in forfeiture.