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    Left Wing War on U.S. Soldiers – U.S. Marine Hostage Crisis in Mexico

     
    Today the State Department broke its silence on the U.S. Marine being held hostage in a Mexican jail.

    And you’re going to love the ridiculous response they gave!

    "Obviously this is a case we've been concerned about, hence we've raised it," DOS Spokeswoman Psaki said, when asked about Tahmooressi by Fox News.

    "We've been very engaged," Psaki said, adding U.S. diplomats have spoken with "numerous Mexican officials" about it. She also noted: "Within a foreign country, a U.S. citizen is subject to that country's law and regulations."

    Did you get that? When U.S. citizens are in other countries we are subject to their laws. But of course when ‘Illegal Mexican Immigrants’ invade the U.S. it’s a completely different story. Illegal Immigrants don’t have to obey our laws at all. Only American citizens have to obey our laws.

    Illegal Mexican immigrants can murder, steal, deal drugs, drive without license and insurance, lie about their identity, etc. and they will just be release back into the U.S. population without prosecution.

    Does any of this make any sense? Of course not.

    It’s no coincidence that John Kerry a veteran that dumped his medals in public and disavowed his association with the military is the Secretary of State. Ignoring Tahmooressi's plight confirms an ongoing pattern by this administration to do everything in its power to persecute our active duty soldiers and veterans.

    Notice that Fox News is the only media outlet that is digging into this situation. I guess Zuckerberg won’t be shamed into covering this story either.

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