SHOCK: Local AZ Reporter Finds and Films Cartel Scouts 100 Miles Inland From Border! VIDEO!


via CT: President Barack Obama and his liberal cohorts have stated that there is no reason to build a wall along the southern border and have decried Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans for suggesting that the government should build a wall.

KPHO investigative reporter Morgan Lowe went to the southern border to investigate just how porous it was and made a truly shocking discovery.

Living in the mountain ranges near Phoenix, Arizona, Mexican drug cartel scouts keep a lookout for law enforcement so they can guide their drug smugglers into the city.

“We’ve seen big loads of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine … they all come through here,” stated Detective Eddie Castro before Lowe began his journey up the mountain.

Lowe soon stumbled upon a cartel encampment, where one of the cartel members told him not to photograph him, or anything in the encampment.

Lowe did manage to snap one photo of the cartel member, who appeared to be no more than 20 years old. Lowe also observed, and photographed, many supplies.

Though Lowe only saw one cartel member, he heard many voices, indicating a large number of cartel members living in the mountain.

The cartel members even had solar panels for charging their electronic devices. Before Lowe left, the Cartel members asked if he was working with Border Patrol, to which he replied “no.”
Lowe quickly left, saying he was “running for his life” as he quickly left the encampment before the cartel members changed their minds and tried to hold him captive, or worse.

This is absolutely outrageous. There are Mexican drug cartel members living on U.S soil, spying on law enforcement, and our government isn’t doing a darn thing to stop them.

That wall needs to be built, and it needs to be built immediately.

H/T Breitbart

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