To recap; the trial starts in early November, Judge Cogan limits witness testimony about bribes on the 20th, Kushner gets the most prestigious award Mexico can offer to him on the 27th, given to him directly by Pena Nieto, and Pena Nieto leaves office four days later. We don’t find out about Pena Nieto’s notorious bribe until almost two months after that.
Or, in scenario number two, is it possible for AMLO, the Mayor of Mexico City at the time, to not know his future secretary of security is taking bribes from the cartels? Is it a coincidence that Obrador wants to forgive the cartels and legalize all drugs? That’s just rumor, but it doesn’t matter. There is plenty of other damning evidence about Obrador that we can use to hang him.
Also while he was President-elect, Obrador made another negative ripple when he thought it wise to cancel the massive project for a new international airport on the dry lake bed of Texcoco. This was a $13 billion dollar undertaking. The foundations for the airport were already set. Is Obrador really going to leave the project unfinished? Yes, he is, because according to him the people have voted against it by referendum, and Mexico stands to save $5 billion dollars. Actually, only 1 of every 90 registered voters responded. Good thing Obrador had a back-up plan. His grand scheme was to incorporate a public, commercial airport into the existing military base at Santa Lucia. You’ll have military jets coming and going beside big airlines; what could possibly go wrong there? (Wall Street Journal and Associated Press, October 2018)
Even worse, nobody bothered with a feasibility study at the time. Apparently, Obrador’s two additional runways for his ‘international’ airport, are blocked by… Wait for it… A range of mountains. Also, the wind is going in the wrong direction on those two additional proposed runways, preventing smooth take-offs. It took them seven months to figure this out.
The biggest problem is the ring of mountains that surrounds Mexico City, limiting the routes for take-off and landing, and making it a logistical nightmare to operate two separate airports (that’s public and military, folks), according to critics.
“Some people say, ‘There are other cities with more than one airport.’ That’s true, but they don’t have Mexico City’s orography,” said Mexican pilot Angel Jimenez, a 58-year-old veteran with 22,000 hours of flying experience.
“We’re surrounded by a system of mountains shaped like an inverted horseshoe. The only flight pattern for ascents and descents is via the north. There will be a huge amount of air traffic,” he told AFP. – ABS-CBN News, May 2019
Santa Lucía Airport could threaten water supply, study shows – The International Airport that Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador plans to build at the Santa Lucía Air Base in the State of Mexico will require 211,800 cubic feet of water (1.58 million gallons) to operate each day, only to meet the consumption of passengers. – El Universal, May 2019
Judge gives two final injunctions against St. Lucia airport – A federal judge of the State of Mexico granted two definitive suspensions, one that prevents the cancellation of the construction of the new airport in Texcoco and the other against the Federal Revenue Law, particularly for fiscal years 2015 to 2018.
The Eighth District Judge based in the State of Mexico issued the resolutions, the details of the scope can not yet be known because the engroses of their rulings have not been published. What it does make clear is that the suspensions prevent the cancellation of the work in Texcoco and against the application of the mentioned statute.
Some of the injunctions presented, are against the use and increase in the airport use tax because this tax was used to finance Texcoco’s project, and now, with the Santa Lucía airport project, they are seeking not to be charged and the resources not to be used for works at Military Air Base number 1, in Santa Lucía, State of Mexico. – The Yucatan Times, June 2019
To recap this one; the in-construction international airport is a huge deal. Obrador cancels it and suggests adding two runways to an airport at a military base. As it turns out, two more runways can’t be built easily because mountains are in the way and there isn’t enough water for the expected traffic. A judge rules the Texcoco project can’t be canceled, and money raised at Texcoco can’t be used for the military base at St. Lucia. That is two huge blunders, illegal immigration and the airport mess that Obrador has caused and he isn’t even inaugurated yet. Next debacle, please…
Venezuela’s Maduro booed bad at Mexican President AMLO’s inauguration – Venezuela’s socialist President Nicolas Maduro got booed, big time, at the inauguration of Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Mexico’s first leftist president in decades. The booing happened from both the left and right, as attending members of Mexico’s farthest left and farthest right parties stood up, pointed, chanted ‘dictator!’ and whipped out a banner telling Maduro he wasn’t welcome in Mexico. – American Thinker, December 2018, and I did watch this live!
Hurricane Willa made landfall on Mexico’s eastern shore on October 24th, 2018. Four states were badly affected: Sinaloa, Nayarit, Durango, and Michoacan. Total amount of damage was estimated at $537 million dollars. People had their homes and vehicles swept away by flooding, ten thousand were left homeless in Nayarit alone, power was gone, food and water ran out. (Hurricane Willa, Wikipedia)
Mexicans looked to their President-elect for assistance. What does Obrador decide, but to invite invaders from Central America into the country and offer them 1 million work permits. Those destitute Mexicans don’t need help, not at all, but those Hondurans and Salvadorans sure do! Let’s bring them all in!
MEXICO CITY – The next governor, Olga Sánchez Cordero, said that Mexico has the capacity to provide temporary work for up to one million Central American migrants, despite the fact that until now a much smaller amount has entered the country.
By participating in a forum organized by the Business Council of Latin America (CEAL), Sánchez Cordero said that work visas will also be given to “our friends from the Northern Triangle.”
“We calculate that Mexico can take care of one million people to work,” explained the now senator of Morena. – Reporte Nivel Uno, November 2018
So far, it looks like Mexico elected a new President of Central America, doesn’t it? Ever since the beginning, US President Trump was saying that members of the notorious gang MS-13 were infiltrating the caravans, along with verified members of ISIS and other militant terrorist groups, such as people from Cuba. A lot of Deniers protested against this, saying oh, those poor Central Americans, they just want to work and lead productive lives. We need to hug them! This is all bullshit from people who are either pushing the socialist / communist / Zionist agenda, who are too naive to see what’s right in front of their eyes, or who are masked radicals that enjoy stirring up anarchy like many in the George Soros-funded Antifa and Black Lives Matter movements.
What is the Truth? Mexican President Obrador, Secretary of Interior Olga Sanchez and Claudia Sheinbaum, Mayor of Mexico City, are all liars and traitors to the nation of Mexico. I’ll skip leaving so many links, as it is time consuming and there is a lot of stuff I’m forgetting by taking the time to find sources to back up what I’m writing.