Violence in Mexico is the fault of the U.S. firearm manufacturers and dealers?

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  • Aus_Schwaben

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    Can we blame trees for making oxygen that humans breath which enables them to create guns? How far back can we go with this? God's fault?

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    We need to sue Mexico for allowing their cartels to illegally enter our country, smuggle in their drugs which cause violence and death here, and for all the money spent on welfare, education, and healthcare for *their* citizens who came here illegally, plus the costs to house them in prisons, detention facilities, and court fees
     

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    Most of their firearms come in from central and south America from other countries.
    Some years ago, I read an article where Mexico claimed that "80% of the weapons they could trace came from the U.S.". So the question is what percentage could NOT be traced? Select fire weapons are registered, tracked, and otherwise controlled better than sex crimes by the Democrats so how is the U.S. responsible for those weapons in Mexico?
     

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    Even meskens are smart. They know that only a moron would sue a poor company. True greedy assholes sue successful people who are much more likely to have money.
    And why sue in Massachusetts? Duh. If they sued in good ol' civilized state of Texas, we would laugh at them. The communist marxist morons of Crapachusetts are more likely to weep over drug cartels shooting up disarmed civilians who the corrupt government failed to protect.
    Let's see how far this lawsuit gets and how many trillions of our money we will send over there to satisfy their greed.
     

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    Note Sig is not on the list. Why?


    Corruption is pretty deep in Mexico.
     

    1911'S 4 Me

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    Note Sig is not on the list. Why?


    Corruption is pretty deep in Mexico.
    And evidently in Sig. More payouts from the lobbyist to the politicians.
     

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    Messyco is going to sue the U.S. gunmakers, if they win then they turn around and buy from U.S. gunmakers. GUNS are free, plus a sizable bonus.
     

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    Just FYI kids we're the largest exporter and producer of arms in the world. So while the implication might be our civilian market, it's much more likely military arms in the hands of the cartels. I know for a fact they have machine guns and rocket launchers. Not hearsay. I've seen them.

     
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