El Chapo and Drugs should pay for Border Wall: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz

El Chapo and Drugs should pay for Border Wall: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz

Imprisoned Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán should invest his money on long promised border wall, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz.

On Tuesday Senator Ted Cruz tweeted just before the famous drug lord El Chapo found guilty on drug trafficking, money laundering and weapon violation by federal courtroom in Brooklyn, New York, “America’s justice system prevailed today in convicting Joaquín Guzmán Loera, aka El Chapo, on all 10 counts.  U.S. prosecutors are seeking $14 billion in drug profits & other assets from El Chapo which should go towards funding our wall to #SecureTheBorder”.

Senator Ted Cruz is urging his fellow senators to pass the bill for lawfully collection of El Chapo hidden assets to fund for border wall. According to Trump border wall will cost only $5.7 billion.

These $14 billion will be used against drugs trafficking, weapon and human smuggling.

Senior editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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