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Mexican President Calls Florida’s Immigration Laws “Immoral” – Defends Cartels

“It’s hard to tell where the cartels end and the government of Mexico begins,” said U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz.

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO — On Monday, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took a jab at DeSantis over Florida’s new anti-immigration bill saying it is “immoral” and the governor is “politicking” after the landmark bill signed into law gave DeSantis $12 million to transport illegal aliens out of the state.

“Why does [DeSantis] have to take advantage of people’s pain, of migrants’ pain, of people’s need for political gain,” López Obrador said at a press conference. “This is immoral. This is politicking.”

But while Obrador was quick to criticize DeSantis for working to keep his state secure, he failed to condemn horrific human trafficking, drug smuggling and murder at the hands of the Mexican cartels along the southern border. In fact, Obrador doubled down on his defense of the cartels earlier this month when he threatened to join BRICS – a rival of the G7 bloc of economies including Brazil, Russia, India and China.

“There is talk in the United States of intervening and confronting organized crime, drug traffickers, treating them as terrorists and that for this reason they will come to ‘help’ us, to ‘support’ us to confront organized crime,” said Obrador in a press conference earlier this month.

“We do not accept any intervention… if they did, it will not be only the sailors and soldiers who will defend Mexico, all Mexicans will defend Mexico,” Obrador exclaimed.


The Florida Standard reported on a plot by our own federal government and globalist organizations to funnel hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens into the country. Could it be that Mexican President Obrador may be working hand-in-hand with the Biden administration to facilitate “the forced migration, sale, and abuse of foreign children” – including sex trafficking, robbery and rape – as uncovered by a Florida grand jury?

According to U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, the United States could become more closely united with Canada and Mexico as negotiations are in the works between the Biden administration and these countries to form a European Union-like agreement.

Last October, Gaetz told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that he was made aware of the backdoor talks by Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and said he has personally reached out to Secretary of State Antony Blinken for more information.

“I haven’t gotten an answer,” Gaetz told Carlson. “But it begs the question, why are we so friendly with Mexico? It’s hard to tell where the cartels end and the government of Mexico begins.”

Today, Obrador is scheduled to discuss border issues, including migration and fentanyl trafficking, on a call with President Joe Biden. Both the U.S. and Mexico are bracing for an unprecedented surge of illegal aliens at the southern border as Title 42 – a pandemic-era border management policy – ends on Thursday.