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Mexican crime cartels are already operating in North Carolina

 
With Biden's border policies bringing in lots of unvetted illegal alien migrants with no background or medical checks, and releasing them into the interior of the country, including criminals and people of the terror watch list, it is a bit unnerving to learn that Mexican crime cartels are already established right here in North Carolina.  But that was established a few days ago when an American man, a high school coach was killed in a shootout at a drug stash house of the Sinaloa Cartel in Alamance County, North Carolina.
 
The Sinaloa Cartel, based in the Mexican state of Sinaloa is one of the more violent Mexican drug and crime gangs.  It has been involved in drug smuggling into the United States for years, but more recently has been making more of its money from human smuggling than drugs.  And they are now right here in North Carolina. Thanks, Biden.
 

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