Texas border rancher Cuban “Rusty” Monsees told Oath Keepers recently that Mexican drug cartels are taking over Texas border ranches—and he’s personally talked with agents who have “picked up some characters from Somalia, Iran, Iraq, Syria…”
Saying that politicians are lying to the American public about the state of the border and the nature of those crossing, Monsees described the brutal tactics and threats of violence used by the cartels to seize control of ranchers’ land and the large number of trails clearly visible all over the border ranches. What is most troubling, however, is where some of these immigrants are coming from:
“We get kids. We get adults. The cartel is bringing across, importing people from as far away as the Mediterranean. I’ve talked to agents and they picked up some characters from Somalia, Iran, Iraq, Syria… anything that you can think of these agents are having to deal with.”
Here is an excerpt of Oath Keepers'—"a non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first responders"—summary of Monsees' interview:
Rusty describes how the Mexican drug cartels are taking over Texas border ranches and using death threats, assault, and attempted murder to drive ranchers and their families off of their land. He tells how some of his neighbors are fleeing their ranches, while others are standing firm with the help of volunteer patriot security patrols.
He explains how the politicians and agency talking heads from Washington DC on down to corrupt locals, are all lying to the American people and not telling how ranchers are being overrun and attacked by a foreign enemy, on U.S. soil. Rusty describes how the border is in fact wide open, with cartel drug and human traffic smugglers bringing anything they want, and anyone they want, across, including multiple incidents of illegal aliens from Muslim nations, and even known terrorists on the U.S. Terrorism Wanted list.
In the interview Rusty describes Border Patrol intercepting Muslim men from Somalia, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and says “when they [Border Patrol] take them in, they’ll disappear – they’ll take them somewhere – and even the records will disappear. And I asked one of them ‘what’s the deal on the records’ and he said ‘that’s an order from way up the line, up in DC – they don’t want anybody to know how many are coming through’…they [the local Border Patrol agents] keep records but the records disappear, out of the mainframe – out of the computer – and the paper records too.”
Rob, a man who has served as a guard on Monsees’ ranch for the past month, confirmed Monsees' claim, adding that 17 men, some of whom were on a U.S. terrorist wanted list, had been quietly caught by Border Patrol in the last few weeks:
"[They] had six middle eastern males on Rusty’s property [which Border Patrol was able to catch] … all I know is they were Muslim. I wasn’t told a whole lot of information about it. I do know they had told me they had caught eleven of the same group, the week prior to that, that had been on our United States terrorist wanted list [for acts against the United States] – not watch, but wanted list. And this is the kind of stuff that they are not releasing to the public, they’re not allowed to release it."
H/T Gateway Pundit.