Mexican Drug Cartel Dumps 1,000 Illegal Aliens in a Small Wisconsin Town

TOVARNIK, CROATIA - SEPTEMBER 18: Stranded Refugees form a waiting line in order to get a transported further towards northern Europe on September 18, 2015 in Tovarnik, Croatia.

It looks like the Mexican drug cartels are now helping the Biden regime to resettle the illegal alien invasion in the United States. More than 1,000 illegal aliens from Nicaragua and Venezuela have been dumped—by a cartel—in a small town in southern Wisconsin. If you haven’t checked your map recently, that’s close to 1,500 miles from the US-Mexico border.

Whitewater is a town with a population of just 15,000 people. If you’ve been thinking that the illegal alien invasion is only impacting cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, think again. If this could happen in Whitewater, it could happen anywhere.

The mayor, the city council, and the police chief are all begging the Biden regime for a bailout from the taxpayers. They’re being diplomatic about it, saying all the diversity is great in their tiny town, but they just don’t have the resources to “care” for the migrants.

 

The reality is that Whitewater has just 24 cops on its police force, and these 1,000 illegal aliens have suddenly made the little town one of the most dangerous communities in America. The cops have been dealing with a massive spike in sexual assaults, as well as one murder (of an infant child) and one kidnapping.

These are the types of crimes that rarely happen in little towns like Whitewater. Here’s a local news clip from Wisconsin talking about the massive invasion of foreigners there…


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