The “reconquista” of the American Southwest begins in Arizona with the U.S. government telling its citizens to avoid several Arizona counties which serve as a smuggling corridor for dangerous Mexican drug runners. The government isn’t rushing down there to enforce our sovereignty, no, rather they are telling Americans to get lost and essentially ceding the vast Federal parkland to it’s wrongful owner, Mexico.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu: “Quite frankly I’m telling you as a sheriff that we don’t control that part of the county. My county is larger than the state of Connecticut and we need support from the federal government. It’s their job to secure the border and they haven’t done it. In fact President Obama suspended the construction of the fence.”
More at Fox News:
The closed off area stretches 80 miles along the border and includes part of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge. It was closed in October 2006 “due to human safety concerns,” the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Wednesday in response to news reports on the closure.
“The situation in this zone has reached a point where continued public use of the area is not prudent,” said refuge manager Mitch Ellis.
“It’s literally out of control,” said Babeu. “We stood with Senator McCain and literally demanded support for 3,000 soldiers to be deployed to Arizona to get this under control and finally secure our border with Mexico. “
U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials have warned visitors in Arizona to beware of heavily armed drug smugglers and human traffickers.