El Chapo: Bring me the head of Donald Trump!

El Chapo is offering $100 million for Donald Trump - Dead or Alive. El Chapo needs to keep a steady flow of new drug customers coming into America. Trump threatens that.

Sinaloa Cartel kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman enjoys a photo-op with one of his heavily armed guards.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 7, 2015 – It’s no secret that GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump rubs the politically correct the wrong way. But politically correct drug lords do more than flap their gums.

Especially the leader of Mexico’s deadly Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

Several alternative “news” sites claim El Chapo has offered to pay a $100 million bounty to anyone who can deliver Donald Trump, dead or alive, to the criminal kingpin.

Another website, Fresh Hot Stuff, says that “prior to his July escape from a high security Mexican prison, El Chapo was highly vocal in his disdain towards Trump after hearing his [Trump’s] tirade about Mexican immigrants. He reportedly often spoke about murdering Trump and allegedly found pleasure in masterminding an assassination.”

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“He was mad. He wants Donald Trump dead and will pay any amount of money to have Donald Trump’s head,” a source close to the escaped Mexican drug lord told Most Extreme News, a website with such headlines as: “Human Dog Hybrids Are Now Being Sold to the Elite as Pets!”

Speaking of human-canine fusion, at a recent music awards event Latin rapper Pitbull urged Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton to coordinate a political strategy to stop the GOP presidential frontrunner “because Donald Trump can’t be president.”

Should they fail, Pitbull warned Trump on behalf of “all the Latinos here and abroad, be careful with El Chapo!”

You may recall that El Chapo’s Sinaloa Cartel was the recipient of large assault-weapon shipments from former Attorney General Eric Holder and his knuckle-dragging gunzels at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF).

President Obama and El Chapo’s fast and furious escape

When Vincente Zambada-Neibla, the cartel’s drug-shipping organizer, was arrested and hauled into a U.S. federal court, his attorneys filed a motion that said any U.S prosecution of their client violated an understanding between the Obama administration and the Sinaloa Cartel: U.S. drug-enforcement agencies would not interfere with Senaloa operations in the U.S. if El Chapo provided intelligence on rival Mexican drug-smuggling gangs.

Two years later, weapons traced to Operation Fast and Furious were recovered from the Arizona desert crime scene where U.S. Border Agent Brian Terry was shot and killed.

Don’t you find it odd that the Sinaloa Cartel has a lock on narcotics sales in President Obama’s adopted home town, Chicago?

The population of Cook County, in which Chicago sits, is 74 percent registered Democrat – some long dead and buried; it’s one of the nation’s heavily Democratic counties.

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The world-trends think tank, Stratfor Global Intelligence, notes that the war between the Mexican government and drug cartels began when the country’s Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) “began losing the grip on power it had enjoyed since the 1930s… Single-party rule is very good for organized crime groups.

“Organized crime relies on monopolies very strongly as a business model, and political monopolies play an important role in their strategies… Single-party rule means that as long as the criminal group has the loyalty of that party (bought either with money, force or both), then that group enjoys political protection as it conducts its business.”

And a steady flow of illegal immigrants from south of the border is as good for a particular political party eager to entrap them in a lifetime of welfare dependence as it is for El Chapo to hook them on drugs.

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