Hey, Mexico, let’s trade dope dealer for lying gunrunner

February 4, 2015 | « back

By: Ted Nugent

Where’s Monty Hall when we need him?

We should encourage the iconic host of the 1970s era game show “Let’s Make A Deal” to come out of retirement and put his services to good use by brokering a deal between Mexico and America.

America wants “El Chapo,” one of the world’s most infamous drug dealers. He’s currently serving a 300–400 year sentence at a Mexican maximum-security prison. Mexico’s top prosecutor said we can have El Chapo after he’s done serving his multi-century sentence in Mexico.

If we really want El Chapo, we’ve got to be willing to give Mexico someone they should really want.

Just as soon as the Senate confirms Loretta Lynch (which will probably be done by the time you read this) to replace Eric Holder as U.S. attorney general, I say we get Monty Hall to make a deal to offer up our gunrunning former AG, Eric Holder, to Mexico in exchange for El Chapo.

It’s a fair deal for both. One sold tons and tons of deadly dope that ended up in America, ruining millions of lives, while the other ran a couple of thousand illegal guns from America that ended up in the hands of violent Mexican drug cartels.

Holder’s so-called Department of Justice authorized a very shady gunrunning scheme into Mexico. Known as “Fast and Furious,” this sham surely broke various U.S., Mexican and international gun-trafficking laws.

When testifying about Fast and Furious things got so hot for Attorney General Holder that he was held in contempt of Congress. Mr. Obama had to step in at the last second to help his buddy out by exerting executive privilege to keep Congress from getting their investigatory hands on all the Fast and Furious documents.

Here’s why Mexico should want to trade El Chapo for Holder: No one from the U.S. informed Mexico about Fast and Furious. Not even the president of Mexico was informed.

In addition to not informing Mexico about the scheme, it’s estimated some 300 Mexicans have been killed with Fast and Furious guns, including a police chief.

Border agent hero warrior Brian Terry was also murdered with one of Holder’s rifles.

In yet even more bizzaro bulletproof truth about Fast and Furious, there was no way for the U.S. government to track the operation’s so-called “assault weapons” once they disappeared over the border. There was no electronic chip, no nothing.

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“Guns Across the Border” – then tell me all about Obama’s false promise about transparency.

The guns Mr. Holder’s Department of Justice allowed to “walk” across the border are the very same guns he, President Obama, Sen. Feinstein, Sen. Schumer and other gun-snatchers have worked overtime to prohibit U.S. citizens from owning.

We’re never going to get the estimated 2,000 guns back that Mr. Holder and his Department of Injustice allowed to walk across to Mexico. Instead, what we’ll get is more gun-snatching rhetoric from big government wonks who don’t trust law-abiding Americans to own guns, including so-called “assault weapons.”

Never in my rock ‘n’ roll wildest imagination could I have ever imagined our government authorizing a gun-running scheme into Mexico while at the same time working triple-overtime to shred our Second Amendment. Welcome to the Planet of the Apes.

Let’s make a deal, Mexico. An infamous dope dealer for a lying gun-runner. It’s a win-win any way you look at it.