Mexico Threatens Tariff Retaliation…

Too funny…. apparently Mexican Economy Minister Graciela Marquez didn’t watch what happened to China (or Canada) when they made similar threats of retaliation against President Trump’s tariffs.  Seriously.

President Trump wants the border secure, yes. However, President Trump would also welcome a trade tariff battle with Mexico (they can’t win); so this isn’t a technically a threat from the position of POTUS:

(Reuters) – Mexico will be ready to retaliate in kind if the U.S. government imposes tariffs on Mexican exports to the United States, Mexican Economy Minister Graciela Marquez said on Friday.

Speaking in Congress, Marquez said Mexico’s government would also initiate bilateral and multilateral procedures to defend its trade interests if the United States were to introduce tariffs. (link)

Now, if Mexico intended to fulfill its end of the recent border and immigration agreement, the tariffs would be a moot point.  So why are Mexican officials even contemplating a tariff war?

Here’s the specific and expanded Mexican promise on border and migration control:

That’s the letter POTUS Trump had in his pocket:

Essentially: keep your word, or in 45 days things will get ugly…. and 45 days from then, the 20% rate tariffs will begin.  Choose wisely.

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133 Responses to Mexico Threatens Tariff Retaliation…

  1. Cetera says:

    It is truly shocking and constantly amazing at how absolutely stupid most world leaders are.

    If Mexico really thinks they can skin that smokewagon, Trump will happily play the role of Doc Holiday and cheerfully call out, “I’m your huckleberry!”

    Liked by 33 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      Nobody in Mexico can be accurately described as a “world leader”. If such people did exist there, it would not be in the state it is.

      Liked by 29 people

      • Linda K. says:

        Ha! The only people stupider than world leaders are the people in our Congress! Can’t believe they are in charge of anything, and yet…there they are, making millions on the sly and lying to us when they get caught.

        Liked by 16 people

        • jjs says:

          There are no leaders in our congress, they are all pawns and puppets.

          Liked by 6 people

          • dc6aircraft says:

            And that’s the TRUTH, the whole TRUTH and nothing but the truth. We only have one leader and that is our elected “by the people” President. The rest of them are all elected representatives of “we the people”. But that’s all they are…they all work for “WE THE PEOPLE”. Always keep that in mind

            Liked by 2 people

          • beaujest says:

            Commies,Criminals and Cowards!

            Liked by 4 people

          • Betty says:

            … These demons are drunk on power, getting away with literal and figurative murder, puppets for masters they don’t know and forces they don’t understand, ignorant to history, and need to be culled. -zestygobble

            Liked by 2 people

          • Bert Darrell says:

            Collins, Gaetz, Gohmert, Jordan, Nunes, Ratcliff, and perhaps a few others are fearless members of congress; neither pawns nor puppets.

            Liked by 1 person

        • 124andmore says:

          ……..and they want to vote themselves a big pay raise.

          Liked by 7 people

        • Haveaspine says:

          You hit it right on the head.

          Liked by 1 person

        • GB Bari says:

          No the members of Congress are not stupid. They are smart, shrewd, and thoroughly corrupt. Yet the voters keep returning them to their seats of power.

          It is we the voters who are stupider than the world leaders. If we were smarter, we would have figured out the deception and fraud a long time ago and elected far better and far more honest leaders and representatives in Congress.

          We did much better by electing PDJT. We also have maybe a dozen honest members of Congress who aren’t on the take. Now we only have to replace the other 523.


      • nats1mom says:

        You are soooo correct joeknuckles!


      • Kent says:

        ….but they would give world leadership in state sponsored narcotics and human trafficking a pretty good run…..

        Liked by 1 person

    • BitterC says:

      Not so stupid. Look at all the pushback Trump got over the threatened tariffs
      Foreign countries are figuring out they can leverage the Resistance & Never Trumpers vs him.
      They will tariff farm products & things from the rust belt.
      Talk about foreign interference in our elections!

      Liked by 1 person

      • amjean says:

        We citizens can aid in the trade wars by not purchasing products made in the
        countries who are not playing fair.
        Citizens paid for part of the wall on private property recently; we can cease
        going to Mexico and purchasing avocados for instance.

        We are not powerless; we can help! Let’s do it1

        Liked by 10 people

        • Larry Charles says:

          Farmers in California can grow avocados if they make a profit. I could do without them myself. This reminds me of old John open borders McCain talking about how expensive lettuce and stuff would be.I am sick of illegal aliens.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Lamont Cranston says:

          “…cease going to Mexico” indeed amjean.
          Just stop going there and just stop consuming their narcotics.
          In fact, anyone who travels to Mexico🍹, does drugs😨, or didn’t vote last November😴, should just shut up, period. MAGA/KAG 👌

          Liked by 4 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      Reminds me of another liberal thinking scam, Russia Russia!

      They never seen the Trump setup! Try to get along, “we’ll see what happens”


    • litlbit2 says:

      Reminds me of another liberal thinking scam, Russia Russia!

      They never seen the Trump setup! Try to get along, “we’ll see what happens”


    • Cetera, if we want to make Mexico tow the line then we should tax the hell out of the money sent back to families in Mexico by those here in the US. That would get their attention.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Larry Charles says:

        Congress has to approve a tax, I doubt if Crazy Nancy Pelosi will help.


      • Somewhere in Dixie says:

        I have said that over and over. Put a 75% fee in all transactions.


        • deeperinfo says:

          What about enforcing some obscure national security, anti-laundering, or tax law to require reporting of source of income being sent out of country and proof of valid ssn, current tax filing and no outstanding taxes due. And proper withholding in current year, of course. Schedule regular patrols by Homeland Security and IRS (not ICE or BP) at most active money transmission locations. Identity checked necessary for anti-terrorism protection. It’s a lot of money, for real, and subject to misuse.

          By The Book.


    • cali says:

      @Cetera: Their desperation trying to pull one over on the administration is pushed by the Panda/China who continues to use Mexico as a means to enter the US Market although they also use Vietnam which is another story for another day.

      Lots of money is changing hands. California political class is being bribed by the drug cartels for yeas receiving millions to keep the border open.

      This invasion was planned long ago as Hussein et al put in motion to create their own ‘country within this country and provide special privileges until a sufficient number is attained. These invaders were labeled ‘New Seeds” meaning they are to be the new and transformed america’ (intentionally lower case ‘a’).

      These invaders were the ones who suppose to be unleashed on the white American population by any means to wipe them out, put them into their prepared FEMA camps and worse.

      The UN just this week alone demand for 600 million people from all over the world to migrate to America. Imagine that!

      There is a lot more at stake then just this invasion.

      Liked by 6 people

    • FrankieZee says:

      What ever happened to that Safe Third Country agreement, Mehico was supposed to sign?


      • ristvan says:

        Mexico released the full letter agreement yesterday. Text is available on line. Gist: If the current measures are insufficient in 45 days from signing (last Saturday), then Mexico has 45 days to pass a safe third country agreement, OR ELSE.

        Since Mexico does not want to be a safe third country because US could then expel all Triangle Country ‘asylum seekers’ to it per 8USC§1158(2). That is several hundred thousand people already. So a strong incentive for Mexico to halt the caravans now.

        Liked by 4 people

    • Please says:

      NONE of these world leaders are stupid. THEY ARE NOT STUPID…THEY ARE CORRUPT…and usually puppets of even more corrupt people.

      These ‘leaders are merely doing what they are told, and that is to hang on to their corruption as long as possible

      Liked by 1 person

    • Esther says:

      These are the type of low IQ corrupt Mexicons that they have been sending to America. And that’s not a misspelling. Can Trump hear all of us saying, TAX REMITTANCES TO MEXICO and the sh*thole countries that keep illegally crossing our border. If we do that, it would make it far less lucrative for them to cross the border. The CoC would have to raise their wages, so it would be unprofitable for them too.


  2. OnlyInAmerica says:

    Don’t start none, won’t be none.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. And I thought it was Melania’s grocery shopping list. /s

    As for retaliatory tariffs, is Mexico expecting tariffs because they won’t live up to their commitment to secure the border?

    Liked by 12 people

  4. desperatelyseekingmelania says:

    Couple of things:

    1. This should have began in 2017. 2 years were wasted.

    2. Why threaten to increase tariffs? Hit them with the max right from the start if you want results.

    and 1 and 2 go hand in hand….. there is only so much time available after all

    Liked by 6 people

    • georgehumphries9802 says:

      I beg to differ, slightly. Two years were required to “measure the battlefield”. No one enters a shooting war without sizing up the enemy. But once the measure is made, you fight like there is no tomorrow.
      Second, Melania is right there in open view. Like the minnow at the end of the fishing line, just always out of reach. As depicted in a recent commercial by GEICO


    • covfefe999 says:

      We had bigger problems 2 years ago.


    • nuthinmuffin says:

      you have to appear fair and not become the tyrant they say you are…


  5. mopar2016 says:

    Mexico and Canada need to get a clue, their diplomats know nothing about diplomacy.

    I think they’re both owned by China.

    Liked by 11 people

  6. CoffeeBreak says:

    Gracie isn’t capable of forethought. “Definitely going to miss Wapner”.


  7. starfcker says:

    July 22nd. Somebody’s going to be looking stupid

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Tiffthis says:

    I thought the efforts by Mexico were being viewed on a “day to day” basis and if they had a bad day of blocking invaders from our southern border then tariffs would kick in immediately…? What’s this 45 day bs?

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Garrison Hall says:

    Well, to repeat what the president has said . . . We are the big piggy bank other nations depend on. The US market is diverse enough that, again as the president keeps reminding our trading partners, we can comfortably get along entirely without them. We have the manufacturing resources, the workforce, raw materials, and financial power necessary to be pretty much self-contained for an indefinite period of time. Put another way, the president is telling Mexico, Canada, and China (among others) that is we who are standing on their air-supply. They can threaten and bluster all they want but, when all is said and done, they need us far more than we need them. For example: the other day I was in Harbor Freight (AKA the Chinese Embassy). One of the staff told me that Harbor Freight is already sourcing most of their stuff from countries other than China. He also said more and more of their products are being made in the USA.

    The globalists, of course, absolutely hate this but, you know something? Who the hell cares? Globalism has intentionally impoverished America’s middle-class. During the campaign the president repeatedly spoke of the abandoned factories that he saw on the campaign trail and how he’d like to see those lost jobs return to America. Other countries have long used tariffs to protect their industries and workers. I think the president has decided that if they can protect their industries and workers with tariffs, then so can we. Go Trump!

    Liked by 15 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      I agree..Who cares!

      Globalism? What’s that? Globalism is going out….Nationalism is the new IN.
      We Stand With You, President Trump…all the way. Go get them Leeches.

      Liked by 16 people

      • grumpyqs says:

        Sorry to be cold water Grandma, but if the 2020 election goes democrat, everything changes in about 2 weeks time. Globalism IN, tariffs off, wall stopped, Borders opened, ICE gone, jobs gone, factories gone, infanticide/abortion booming, dope booming, Obamacare back in, and the tax cut rolled back. They all talk about taxes going WAY UP to pay for free-stuff. Consider it a big IQ test for America!

        Liked by 4 people

      • Bert Darrell says:

        I prefer to use my favorite synonym for “globalism”: globaloney.


    • GGHD says:

      Good comment, Garrison Hall, especially this part:
      “Other countries have long used tariffs to protect their industries and workers. I think the president has decided that if they can protect their industries and workers with tariffs, then so can we. Go Trump!”
      “The tariff history of the United States spans from 1789 to present. The first tariff law passed by the U.S. Congress, acting under the then-recently ratified Constitution, was the Tariff of 1789. Its purpose was to generate revenue for the federal government (to run the government and to pay the interest on its debt), and also to act as a protective barrier around newly starting domestic industries.”
      From ~ Wikipedia (with The Brief American Pageant: A History of the Republic, Volume I: To 1877. as the source)

      Liked by 1 person

      • Garrison Hall says:

        The high tariff (for them) and zero tariff (for us) relationship was a posted WWII arrangement intended to give damaged European and Asian economies an opportunity to revitalize. It was a good idea at the time because they desperately needed to rebuild their industrial base and we were the most dynamic market for them to sell too. Problem was the arrangement became permanent and globalist oligarchs in this country enjoyed the ability to profit off their foreign investments by hiding behind tariffs and selling stuff to us.
        It was a sweet deal—for them and, over time, a very bad deal for us as a country.

        As Sundance has often said, thanks to Trump trillions of dollars are now at stake. And, right on time, the off-shore American companies making things in China to sell to us are all whining loudly (at China’s behest) about the damage Trump’s tariffs will cause them.

        Liked by 4 people

      • CharterOakie says:

        Tariffs were indispensable in the development of a US industrial economy and achieving true independence *in fact*… not merely by declaration… from Great Britain and other European powers.

        Furthermore, all prominent Republicans — I repeat ALL prominent Republicans — from Lincoln until Eisenhower were in favor of tariffs to nurture, yes, *PROTECT*… US domestic manufacturing. We would not have risen to be the preeminent industrial power of the world in the 20th century without that policy. Impossible.

        Although written in the 1990s and therefore no longer fully up to date, nevertheless Pat Buchanan’s “The Great Betrayal” is a fantastic and highly readable treatise on this, and of course 19th and 20th century history hasn’t changed since its publication.

        Highly recommend the book.

        Liked by 1 person

    • cthulhu says:

      Few people realize that most small mills and lathes are made by SIEG, in China, and painted in different colors. Harbor Freight is Red, Grizzly is Green, Little Machine Shop is Blue, and so on. Same factory.

      Liked by 5 people

    • candyman says:

      For all you skeptics out there who think it cant be done, look at big oil, two years to get to independence! Case closed.

      Liked by 1 person

    • candyman says:

      For all you skeptics out there who think it cant be done, look at big oil, two years to get to independence! Americans are the big dog, Americans call the shots, Americans do whats best for Americans. Got a problem with that? Case closed.

      Liked by 3 people

  10. sc conserv. says:

    Mark Pantano says the border deal is a sham. Also, the Pres. has the power to secure the border, does not need Congress.


    • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

      So glad we elected Mark Pantano President he know how to handled that whole border thingy.

      Oh wait President Trump was elected.

      Liked by 4 people

  11. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Is this the part where we start to shake and quake and dive under our beds quivering, sobbing?

    Mexico has no idea what President Trump and his supporters are made of…..
    …..Cold Calculating Anger.

    This’ll get interesting and fun. Bring out the Burritos and Taco Bowls and enjoy the show.

    Liked by 7 people

  12. Pale rider says:

    I’m saying “thank you Jesus” on this one. I don’t know why trump would ever even attempt a deal with cartel but since THEY told him no, maybe we now get some kind of action.

    Liked by 6 people

  13. And now we know why the fake polling is coming out showing our POTUS losing in states we know he will win again, It’s a Big Club and we ain’t in it. MAGA 2020!

    Liked by 9 people

  14. DJT2020 says:

    Foolish pride will be their undoing. Unfortunately, I think this is just false bravado for internal Mexican political consumption. I however have circled the date 45 days from the agreement and part of me, nay, most of me wants Mexico to screw this up and get hammered, and hammered hard.

    Liked by 10 people

    • CharterOakie says:

      DJT – that was exactly my thought also: for sake of Mexican pride and domestic politics consumption, their entire government can’t be seen as just rolling over for Uncle Sam.

      Empty rhetoric. They can’t win a tariff battle with the US. And just in case they were deluded on that point, the auto components and assembly companies operating in Mexico have undoubtedly made it abundantly clear to el gobierno de Mexico that they had better fix the problem ahora mismo.

      Liked by 3 people

    • cattastrophe says:

      False bravado indeed, although like many politicians here it could just be stupidity. I never underestimate the leftist ability to show the world how uninformed and ignorant they are.

      Liked by 2 people

  15. tav144 says:

    Tax the remittances.

    Liked by 5 people

    • WVPatriot says:



    • MelH says:

      Way back when, i think at a Rally, President Trump gave the staggering dollar figures of the money Mexicans here wired home each week. I always assumed, and remember him suggesting, taxing those remittances would be the way Mexico would “pay for the wall”. There must be some law that prevents it, like it’s illegal “garnishing of wages”, in essence. Otherwise, wouldn’t he have started that by now? Surely he KNOWS Mexico will do nothing to help our border problem.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Baby El says:

        Ask a democrat… They’ll figure out how to tax it!!!

        Liked by 3 people

      • asymptote_12 says:

        Let the Mexican’s sue to stop the fees and taxes on their remittances. Worst case scenario, the monies go into an account until the courts figure it all out. With some creative lawyer-ing I’m sure that money can be tied up nigh forever….

        At the least, have the government claim that the people sending the money must *prove* that taxes were properly paid on the amounts being sent.

        Liked by 2 people

    • 4gypsybreeze says:

      Remittances are one of the best way to find out locations of where the money is being sent from and where it is going. Think intel.

      If you stop the remittances, they will just find another way to get the money to Mexico. Cash is a little bit harder to trace…….!

      Yeah, we are sick of it all. Have been for years.

      Forty five days and then the tariffs.


  16. grahampink says:

    And there I was starting to think you could trust the Mexican guberment.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Luz Maria Rodriguez says:

    What is wrong with treating you like you treat us?

    Try it, Graciela la mensa, and you will lose bigly.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Daniel says:

    Increasingly, we encounter people who are devoid of self-awareness and especially lack knowledge of not knowing. I’m pretty keen to recognize that which I do not know or understand. But increasingly, I encounter people just like this in private life as well as public life who simply “do things” thinking this is the right thing to do while failing to recognize they don’t actually know how things work.

    It’s funny when they are just people who have no affect on the world. But when it’s a co-worker or a government person? That’s just scary.

    Liked by 8 people

  19. GSparrow says:

    If Mexico relents on this agreement and prepares to engage in a tariff war it will not end well for them as sundance indicates. It would be incredibly stupid to do this now unless they are being pressured by the Cartels to back off and let the border chaos occur once again.

    “Speaking in Congress, Marquez said…”

    However, Marquez’s speech could just be an opportunity to save face “in Congress” with their constituents by talking tough and demonstrating they are not being pushed around as PM Trudeau also said to his constituents. No leader or gov’t of a country wants to look weak or beaten by another country so it is understandable if this is the reason, This agreement is a win for both countries given the alternatives but Mexico will lose most if it’s broken.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. sucesfuloser says:

    Graciela and Justin sitting in a tree, k- i- s- s- i- n- g.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. rvsueandcrew says:

    Gray nail polish? What are you…. twelve?

    Liked by 1 person

  22. CaptDMO says:

    “Speaking in Congress, Marquez said Mexico’s government would also initiate bilateral and multilateral procedures to defend its trade interests if the United States were to introduce tariffs.”
    What? MORE tunnels? MORE mules?
    Gonna’ cut the US off from those Chinese “last step” opioid pharma ingredients, and per-adulterated cocaine?
    Ooh…ooh…I KNOW! Add a tax stamp to “American Brand” products!
    I’ll pre-bemoan the loss of Coca Cola with actual sugar, but not “affordable” pharma
    made from Chinese interests, and sold in the US at full, “health tax” subsidized, price.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. scslayer says:

    People, people…calm down.

    It’s a new learning curve for everyone. The world is slowly understanding Trumponomics and these globalists are notoriously slow learners.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. scslayer says:

    People, people…calm down.

    It’s a new learning curve for everyone. The world is slowly understanding Trumponomics and these globalists are notoriously slow learners.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. TwoLaine says:

    Because they are Hong Kong, China, Russia, and Iran all wrapped in a neat little southern package called Mexico. They don’t plan to keep their word about anything.

    Liked by 3 people

  26. askandgettruth says:

    mexico haven’t you learned anything yet ??. WE don’t NEED YOU. keep your drugs, people, politics, crime, culture, disease, oil and all trade with the USA. you have turned your country into a filthy diseased battle field, corruption of your police and military, elected officials and some of the worst air and water quality on this planet. why don’t you build a wall to keep us out???? our tourist visit your country and some don’t make it back or come back with a drug problem. bringing back drugs and STD disease.take some of the surplus trade money and build your wall.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. That question (“So why are Mexican officials even contemplating a tariff war?“) isn’t rhetorical, but the answer is obvious. The Mexican government doesn’t INTEND to make a genuine effort to stem the flow of Central American migrants.

    Why WOULD they?

    Facilitating migration is now a cartel “Bread and Butter” industry, and the cartels RUN the Mexican Government.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Doogiesblog says:

    President Trump does not waste our soldiers lives in bloody battles. He fights economically.

    Now that the Chamber of Commerce and large corporations has some skin in an economic war, they are like the anti-war demonstrators who ran to Canada in the 60’s! They are emphatically anti “tariff war.” Corporations and the CoC do not want to be the “soldiers” in this new campaign.

    They want to only reap the rewards of manufacturing for the military war-machine as they have done in the past, not suffer lost revenue on this bloodless new front.

    As the mother of a current soldier, I tend to vote for the bloodless new front.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. curtisblacklabel says:

    Unfortunately, we made ourselves a doormat for so long that people are used to disrespecting us. But just like young Justy from Canada, the world will slowly correct their behavior and get back to what should be the norm: respect the country that has the biggest economy and best government system on the planet.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Esther says:

      Disagree with one thing – ‘best government system’. Granted we have the best Constitution, and best framework for governing, but it has been hijacked.

      Liked by 1 person

  30. This will get VERY UGLY for Mexico real quick..
    #2 Import from the USA is…
    drumroll please

    Refined petroleum products..
    Specifically Gasoline AND Natural gas, ..
    Remember, Mexico is currently having problems with the Cartel’s et al vandalizing it’s “Gas” lines..
    Think what happens, when & if Gas gets real scarce AND goes up in price because of “tariffs”..
    Mexico might be “Short Squeezed” realizing they cannot even “export” Products either..

    We got’em by the Pelos Cortos 😉

    Top Ten Mexico Imports.
    Given Mexico’s population of 126 million people, its total $464.3 billion in 2018 imports translates to roughly $3,700 in yearly product demand from every person in the southernmost North American country.
    Why does Mexico, an oil producer, need to import refined petroleum products?
    Mexico may have major reserves of petroleum but it lacks the necessary refining capacity to supply the domestic market with all the refined products such as vehicle fuels that its industrial, commercial and residential sectors demand.
    As a result, Mexico has to import refined petroleum products, mainly from the USA. The high costs of these imports is a constant point of discussion in Mexico. If the country developed sufficient refining capacity, it could spend every dollar that currently goes on petro-based imports on something else, such as social services or infrastructure improvements.

    In other words, It’s a Third World Chit-Hole..

    Liked by 3 people

  31. jfhdsiu says:

    Fifth world nobodies. They THINK they are ‘someone’ when they are really ‘no one’ of importance. Mexico is only that little sh*thole piece of land to the SOUTH of our own border, full of shiftless, worthless, LAZY liars, cheats and thieves. Mexicans just don’t have standing in the world. EVERYBODY else in the world KNOWS them for ‘who’ and “WHAT” they are….. They should be grateful that we let our flotsam and jetsam swirl down that way so they will HAVE SOMETHING. Our throwaway cars, goods and shiftless ne’er do wells, (the ne’er do wells will fit right in)….. Mexico’s “produce” can be manufactured from discarded cardboard, (ever tasted crap called food from Mexico?)! Their manufactured clothing is ALL inferior to even the Japanese goods of old.


    • 4gypsybreeze says:

      jfjdsiu—not all of them are as you describe. Separate the politicians, the cartels and the influx of illegals that are coming into their country from the “triangle” and there are a LOT of very unhappy Mexican citizens right now!

      And THAT is what may (combined with tariffs) shake things up and change things dramatically!

      Liked by 1 person

    • sturmudgeon says:

      jfhdisiu I don’t particularly like the “all the apples in the barrel are rotten” statement implied.. there are MANY hard-working Hispanics here in the U.S.A., and, I imagine, in Mexico… I also tend to agree that there are many who qualify as to your statements…
      but, let’s be fair…


      • Bigly says:

        Illegals vs legal immigration. Illegals poison the well, for sure.


      • jfhdsiu says:

        Any one coming across the border WITHOUT our permission is an illegal alien invader. But that aside, I’ve known MANY Mexicans over a period of 70 years. Not a ONE of them was worth the humanity they were born to. The South Vietnamese were more honorable…. Now! The Spanish Mexicans HATE the peasants, (Native Mexicans), with the BIG H. The Spanish Mexicans are no good invaders themselves who are trying to rid themselves of the Native population by foisting them off on us, BECAUSE the native population IS so lazy and dishonorable. They really ARE peasants.. Most alien invaders from Mexico itself ARE Native Mexicans. An illegal’s work here is theft, but they don’t WORK at home in Mexico. That’s supposedly the reason they HAVE to come here to steal.

        When Mexico STOPS the illegal alien invaders themselves, they will have shown that they are not shiftless, worthless, LAZY liars, cheats and thieves. Until then….. Were the people in Mexico NOT shiftless, worthless, LAZY liars, cheats and thieves they would have a THRIVING economy that isn’t based on shaking down their neighbors… Let Mexicans LOOK AFTER THEIR OWN if they don’t want the reputation they’ve earned..

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  32. 4gypsybreeze says:

    Interesting articles out there about situation in Mexico. I am still a slow learner when it comes to posting links! –Sorry

    Seems that the Mexican Immigration chief “resigned”. We have to remember –AMLO just took office in December.

    The resigned immigration chief from articles ticked off Nielson because his philosophy was open borders and he was “very outspoken in human rights”. “Gueillen, the former head of an immigration think tank, was notably absent during back-to-back meetings in Washing where that deal was worked out.”

    The kicker of it all…..the new immigration chief was the Director of Prisons.

    Starting to get REALLY interesting!

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  33. Bigly says:

    Looks like Mexico is not going to comply.

    Tariffs are good idea but also, tax payments back to Mexico by 50%, can trump do that with EO? Would seem to me that would work on both American and Mexican soil. Keep illegals out!!!


  34. Esther says:

    As long as the US congress and politicians continue to publicly undermine President Trump’s goals, countries like China and Mexico will be embolden to mouth off against Trump. What they fail to grasp is, our President puts his money where his mouth is and does what he says he will do.
    What Mexico fails to realise is Americans are woke to how much Mexico and Mexicans hate us. They also fail to understand that the politicians in this country do not speak for the majority. So come on Mexico, go ahead and retaliate.

    If we close our border for a week your economy will feel major pain. And the thing is, that’s what we really want to see. You think we are a passive bunch of idiots like the puppets in congress have been for decades? Just try us!!! We want this fight more than you do. We want to humble the crap out of your whole country as payback for all the illegals you have been sending, all the crime you have been sending; all the backhanded help you have been giving China by repackaging and backdooring their products.
    WE WANT OUR AUTO INDUSTRY BACK, we want our manufacturing back.
    So PLease, please please Mexico, on behalf of America I say MAKE MY DAY!!
    As our conservative actor Clint Eastwood would say.

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  35. John Gardner says:

    $1,000 on every illegal we export back to Mexico?


    • Dennis Leonard says:

      Mexico has 45 days or this happens,
      “Mexican officials convinced Trump to delay his demand for a “safe third country” agreement and give them 45 days to show that the other measures in the agreement will work. If they don’t, foreign minister Ebrard understands that Mexico will either have to accept new asylum measures or face tariffs.”


  36. azchick says:

    Are they going to charge us tariffs on aliens flooding our border or just avocados? I’ll forego my avocado toast for awhile and aliens forever.


    • I’d be willing to pay a 25% tariff on every illegal invader I buy.
      Of course, my back yard is already full of all the unwanted illegals I already have.
      (I kinda feel like a hoarder. Should probably donate some of these)


  37. Esther says:


    Gaybama scoffed at the idea of taxing remittances saying
    “The notion that we’re going to track every Western Union bit of money
    that’s being sent to Mexico, you know, good luck with that,”

    We already know he was a vindictive, communist Kenyan jackass who hates America. He pretended that imposing a percentage SURCHARGE to be immediately paid by those sending money to certain countries was something to be dismissed, just as he did with saying Trump would need a magic wand to bring back manufacturing.
    But when we look at just how much money flows out in remittances it is staggering.

    The World Bank reported the following.
    In 2018 – “Excluding China, remittances to low- and middle-income countries ($462 billion) were significantly larger than foreign direct investment flows in 2018 ($344 billion)”.
    That is YUGE, the flow of remittances was $118 Billion higher than actual investment funding. While an investment provides a return on money, remittances simply siphon of wealth from the sending country.

    Now let’s look at just how much money pours out of America by illegals sending money back home that goes towards rebuilding their countries and increasing wealth there, while America gets NOTHING back.

    In 2016 figures according to the world bank for the previous years are telling.
    The U.S. is the biggest single source of those remittances — with an estimated $56 billion outflow in 2015.
    The Bank estimates that officially recorded annual remittance flows to low- and middle-income countries reached $529 billion in 2018, an increase of 9.6 percent over the previous record high of $483 billion in 2017. As usual the USA led the way.

    And where did those remittances come from and to which countries were they sent?
    Mexico continued to receive the most remittances in the region, posting about $36 billion in 2018. ( keep in mind this is just to the single country Mexico that got $36 Billion).
    Three other countries in the region posted double-digit increases in the remittances they received in 2018: Guatemala (13 percent) as well as Dominican Republic and Honduras (both 10 percent), reflecting robust outbound remittances from the United States. ( Stats courtesy World Bank Group).
    All this is outflow of our wealth where we get nothing back.

    In terms of costs and the drain on US Citizens’ wealth lets look at other ways Mexico and illegals drain our wealth.
    Mexico sends its poor to be clothed, housed educated, and obtain medical care at the expense of America’s tax payers. Its estimated it costs US tax payers An estimate of $35, 000 annually per each illegal without any hospitalizations. Hospitalizations adds about 15% more.
    2. Note food stamps were not included in this calculation.
    3. Free Higher education costs given by universities/colleges were also not included.

    Folks we have over 60 million illegals in this country, and over 10 million refugees and yet others with ‘special temporary status” who run in the millions. Though these last categories
    cannot be categorized as undocumented illegals they receive all the FREE benefits of our welfare system.

    Are you beginning to have your eyes popped open at how much this invasion is costing you and me our children and grandchildren? Its welfare benefits, free education, free housing, Food stamps, free higher education given to people who do not give back. Instead they take their earnings and send it out of the country. It therefore does is not reinvested in the communities where they live, or in helping America.

    Add to all this the fact that 90% of these people DO NOT PAY ANY INCOME TAX. However they’ve scammed IRS for decades to receive child tax credits (some up to US$30,000) claiming as dependents numerous children not living in the USA, not even US citizens, without having to offer any proof these children even exists. The average is about $15,000 claimed in tax credits per illegal family.

    So they do not contribute at all to the building and upkeep of our infrastructure, roads, hospitals, courts, armed forces, airports NOTHING!!
    They may pay rent, but most are given housing allowances by our government and pack those apartments roof high with family members.

    So all this money is invested in illegals who work and send their money back to their countries and America gets nothing back. We educate illegals who will take that education knowledge and skills to scuttle our Constitution like the certain fresh-women in Congress.
    Others take it back to their countries, or become advisors in international organizations and NGO’s to tell others how to keep scamming our country. Certain radio/tv personalities come to mind.

    You can see that the argument that illegals pay sales tax is laughable in the scheme of things when they get everything else FREE. What the hell are they contributing?
    Seriously, illegals are a major drain on America costing us as much as the bad trade deals combined. The wealth of this country is hemorrhaging like a public fire hydrant in the summer. All of this is permitted by the cabal that we call the US Congress.

    We also pay to protect Europe, carry the cost of the United Nations with the largest contribution totaling more than the rest of the world combined. We paid for that multi billion real estate that houses the UN and all the utility bills and security to maintain it. The new NATO building was built with American tax dollars too. On top of that there is financial aid siphoned off to countries all over the world. Think of this when you vote for incumbents who’ve been in DC more than two terms. 80% of them need to be sent home.


  38. clodfobble says:

    They just CANNOT STAND the fact that Trump is smarter than they are. It is one of the many facets of TDS and brings their stupidity to a fever pitch. It is truly a joy to watch.


  39. Gary Lacey says:

    Good question, why threaten tariffs if you agreed at the table?
    So Mexico is going loco…… I wonder what Tom Donahue promised the Mexicans he could do for them….and the Republicans…..what a group of squirrels. good grief!


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