Biden Presidency In DISARRAY, Though You’ll Never Guess This Foreign Group Ted Cruz Says He’s Helping

After two Americans, Shaeed Woodard and Zindell Brown, were murdered by a Mexican cartel in Tamaulipas, Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham are calling for action against the “narco-terrorists.” Cruz criticized Joe Biden’s border policies, claiming that they created a dearth of presidential leadership.

“Joe Biden created the chaos at the border,” Cruz said in an interview with Jesse Watters on Fox News. “Joe Biden stopped building the wall. He reinstated catch-and-release, he pulled out of Remain in Mexico.”

Cruz believes that the Democratic party is responsible for turning these vicious murderers into multi-billionaires and that they need to be bankrupted. He also called for those responsible for the murders to be brought to justice.

Graham, on the other hand, has proposed legislation to facilitate U.S. military intervention against the cartels if necessary. However, Cruz thinks that pressuring Mexico City to take action and extradite culprits to Washington is the best answer.

War against Mexico is not the answer, Cruz said, echoing others’ concerns about the effect it would have on the two nations’ intertwined economic partnerships for one.

The deaths of Woodard and Brown are a sobering reminder of the dangers of Mexican cartels and the need for action against them. Republican Senators Cruz and Graham are leading the charge to bring these narco-terrorists to justice.