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Biden Silent as Texas Mom and Two Children Apparently Kidnapped in the Open by Cartel Gunmen

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A Texas family has reportedly been kidnapped by a criminal cartel while traveling through Mexico, and there’s a stark silence on the apparent abduction from the White House.

According to Breitbart, gunmen from the Los Zetas cartel are likely responsible for the disappearance of the family of 39-year-old Gladys Cristina Perez Sanchez. The mom and her two children, ages 9 and 16, were last seen on June 13.

All three are American citizens, making President Joe Biden’s silence even more worrying.

The apparent kidnapping happened after the family left Sabina Hidalgo, a town in the Mexican border state of Nuevo Leon where a sick relative of Sanchez’s lives.

Although the group only had about 80 miles to cover before reaching their Laredo, Texas home, they never reached the house. Family members became even more concerned when calls to Sanchez and the children went straight to voicemail.

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The stretch of road the family was traveling on is infamous for cartel attacks and abductions. Many other roads leading to the U.S. in Mexican border areas are also plagued by narco-bandits.

Soon after the family’s disappearance, Mexican officials in the state issued notices and began to look for the missing Americans.

While victimizing American citizens seems like a big move for low-life highway bandits, cartels are becoming much bolder in the way they conduct crime.

Earlier this month, professional cartel gunmen ambushed an ammo convoy loaded down with  7 million rounds bound for the United States. While nobody was hurt in this heist, it emboldened the narco gangs and landed the violent criminals a cache of deadly munitions.

Should Biden publicly acknowledge this missing American family?

For much of Mexico, cartel violence is ever-present.

Recently, the extortion, murder and drug trade has made its way to the north of the country as criminals prey on the masses of people migrating to the U.S. border.

Innocent families, hoping for a chance at American prosperity under a progressive Biden administration, become easy targets for human traffickers and are often left to a horrific fate in the inhospitable southwest scrublands.

As cartels take full advantage of Biden’s border crisis, the situation in the north of Mexico has become so bad that locals have a very grim attitude on traveling.

“To travel through the highways of the north of the country is to breathe death,” is the dark advice some locals give, according to a Google translation of the Spanish-language media outlet Infobae.

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What’s particularly troubling about this family’s disappearance is the fact that their American citizenship was apparently no protection.

American citizens traveling abroad can generally assume that any government doing them an injustice would ultimately have to answer to the United States.

However, the non-government criminal cartels that have been empowered in northern Mexico by Biden’s leniency toward the trafficking of illegal immigrants have no need for such concern. The Biden administration’s own clear disregard for U.S. laws can’t help but inspire the same disrespect south of the border.

Ignorance is also unlikely to be a factor. The most inept of cartel thugs would have noticed right away that this family was American. Even without passports, the car was tagged with Texas plates and Sanchez likely had registration, a license or other documents with a U.S. address.

Of course, criminals south of the border are likely well aware that the current American president would sooner airlift their families to a comfortable hotel than hunt down outlaws to recover a few Texans.

With Biden apparently unable or unwilling to help victimized Americans, it seems as though it will only be a matter of time until much of Mexico is considered a no-go zone for visitors from north of the border.

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Jared has written more than 200 articles and assigned hundreds more since he joined The Western Journal in February 2017. He was an infantryman in the Arkansas and Georgia National Guard and is a husband, dad and aspiring farmer.
Jared has written more than 200 articles and assigned hundreds more since he joined The Western Journal in February 2017. He is a husband, dad, and aspiring farmer. He was an infantryman in the Arkansas and Georgia National Guard. If he's not with his wife and son, then he's either shooting guns or working on his motorcycle.
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