Cartel Presence Has a Terrifying and Direct Correlation to Election Corruption
Last week, I released a no-frills article detailing the cartel threat to the United States. Americans are fed lies by the mainstream media intended to turn their heads away from the fact that some of the evilest people in the history of the earth enjoy nearly unfettered access to our soil. As such, our “useful idiots” remain content to relinquish our national sovereignty because they think inaction on the border allows desperately needy people to seek and find refuge here, as our own citizenry drowns, with no further harm being done.
Colonel Jack Pryor’s map pinpoints 153 American cities reporting “Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations” embedded within. That map is pictured below, along with a detailed depiction of cartel routes and staging cities.
I unraveled the map further at the recommendation of one of our many dedicated election integrity enthusiasts, Oklahoma’s Wendi Dial. First, I did some basic data organization and found that these 153 cities are contained in 143 separate counties, with at least one cartel group accounted for in 41 out of 48 states in the continental United States. Only Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming lack established cartel cells, according to Col. Pryor’s research.
I plotted the approximate cartel locations in their respective counties, and the results were staggering. The incredible correlation between cartel presence and major election fraud is shown below:
The counties (or county equivalents) shaded in red fall into the “critical” fraud category, with at least 6,000 votes in any county of that color, but far more than 6,000 in larger states like California, Texas, or Florida. Counties shaded in yellow appear to show signs of a Trump trend (on account of incumbent vote gain or party registration trend) that is reversed in favor of Biden, and even counties shaded in light green may have substantial election manipulation, but do not place in the Top 10% of fraudulent counties in a state or show the improper trend direction.
The numbers shake out like this:
143 counties containing cartel cells
107 (74.8%) of counties with cartel cells classify as Critical/Disrupted (Red/Yellow) for 2020 Election Fraud.
27 (18.9%) of the Remaining 36 are adjacent to Critical/Disrupted Election counties. This means that a cartel operating in a county in this shade (Green or Light Green) may be operating in such a way that they are impacting the neighboring Red or Yellow-shaded counties.
9 (6.3%) of 143 counties are not connected to a county in the Critical/Disrupted Category. Just Gaines and Val Verde Counties in Texas identify with a clean trend and do not border any Critical/Disrupted/Excess Vote counties.
93.7% of cartel counties are either directly impacted or adjacent to counties placing in the most severe categories of election fraud. Just 1.4% of these counties identify with a “clean” election trend and border only counties with the same trend indicator (Solid Green).
Here are three key takeaways as to what these figures and graphics tell us:
1) Cartel Corruption Thrives with Government Corruption
This is the argument of causation versus mere correlation. Occam’s Razor suggests to me that obvious corruption, such as the kind found in Harris County, Texas, creates the conditions via lax law enforcement and improper cartel influence (bribery) of government officials, for cartel activity to thrive and persist. Likewise, the same corruption provides for loose election law enforcement and, down the line, bloated vote totals for Democrat candidates.
2) Cartels May Have a Deliberate Role in Election Manipulation
Cartels traffic everything else, from narcotics to arms to human beings. Why would we not expect them to traffic counterfeit ballots, and in doing so, provide cover for partisan political operatives (nothing to see here!) in the event of a major nationwide push to uncover corruption? Members are transient and practically impossible to track between the many cartel hubs in the continental United States.
3) Cartels Exert Tremendous Political Power that Disenfranchises American Citizens
Correlation between cartel presence and election fraud demonstrates the clout cartels hold over mid-sized and large counties. They control many municipalities adjacent to the U.S.-Mexico border and have turned the ones on the Mexican side into war zones. Cartels certainly have a heightened interest in American politics; their influence in Arizona’s politics managed to get a basement-campaigning sack of potatoes elected against one of the most impressive populist candidates in American politics and has had Southern California on lock-down for open borders for years. What’s worse? Texas is next, and well underway based on the maps shown in this piece.
I consider this article “must know” information for Americans under direct attack from cartels and our own federal government, who has refused to do what it takes to secure our southern border; therefore, I have made this article free for all. I appreciate your subscription to my journal, and would greatly appreciate your paid membership so I may remain independent in my pursuit of clean elections and a prosperous future. Thank you.
Seth, I copied you on an email I sent today to ALL the elected officials in my central Texas county on the outskirts of Austin, in which I asked very pointed questions of them concerning our rotten election system. I also advised them of their under the Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates. I would LOVE to hear your input!
The I35 and I10 corridors in Texas, with Dallas Austin San Antonio Houston as hubs, make it easy for cartels to operate. Gang infrastructure is in place. We desperately need strong leadership NOW!