closeVideo ‘El Chapo’ found guilty in all points, receives mandatory life sentence
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz thinks for a convicted Mexican drug cartel, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Finance President Donald Trump to the long-promised border wall.
“America’s justice system by Joaquín Guzmán Loera, nicknamed El Chapo, set, today, in release, on all 10 Cruz tweeted Tuesday that counts,” just before the Sinaloa cartel boss, was convicted on drug trafficking, weapons violations and money laundering charges in a Federal courtroom in Brooklyn, NY “US prosecutors seek $14 billion in drug profits and other assets from El Chapo, which should go toward funding our wall #securethe border.”
Trump said that construction of the wall cost around $would be 5.7 billion.
The Texas Republican then asked to pass it to his colleagues, the position of the rightful collection of Hidden assets to Trade – or El Chapo Action would be drug proceeds from the cartel-bosses to distract to Fund the border security.
Cruz for the first time, the bill in April 2017 and again in January. The re-introduction of the pressure on the legislature a border security spending bill.
A cross-party group of MEPs on Monday tentatively agreed to $1.4 billion for the cross-border obstacles, including 55 miles of new fencing along the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. Drug revenues could go a long way in securing the southern border, Cruz said.
“Fourteen billion dollars to go a long way to secure our southern border and to impede the illegal flow of drugs, weapons and people,” Cruz said, his statement in the January press release. “Through the use of any criminal law, the assets of El Chapo and other murderous drug-lords, we can charge expire, the cost of securing our border, and meaningful progress in the direction of the realization of the promises to the American people.”
Supporters of the wall argue that it will deter criminals from entering the United States illegally, while the opponents say, the wall would have a minimum impact on the flow of people and drugs into the country.