Former Mexican President Vicente Fox is So Afraid of Trump That He’s Now Tweeting in English – You Know, In An Effort To Save American Trade Relations With Other Countries

Look to see what your enemies are afraid of, and then either threaten them with THAT, or actually do it. Mexico might not exactly be ‘North Korea’, but they ain’t no friend either.

Trump has scared the HELL out of the Mexicans so badly that they are now offering America free advice on the subject of getting along with others.

Thanks Mexico!

Naturalized Mexicans (in America) (Karla Barguiarena is also an ABC news reporter in Houston) are now seeking advice from foreign leaders on how to vote as a block to best represent Mexico’s interests. Yeah, Hispanics sure are ‘natural Republicans’, aren’t they!?

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Ben Shapiro weeps in gratitude.

    • Mexico! Land of Opportunity!

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Opportunity is synonymous with swinging from a rope from an overpass in Mexico.
        A new crop of five headless bodies was found today just south of the existing border fence.
        Viva La Mexico!

        • andycanuck

          No heads on tortoises?

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            My favorite part was Saul Goodman the “criminal” lawyer, so “Better Call Saul” scratches that itch nicely, besides, Mike is getting ready to go full evil.

          • Better Call Saul is the only TV show I watch. Other than that TCM, but that’s movies, doesn’t count.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            What kinds of TMC movies?
            When I renew my “Plex Pass”, and I can send out invites again, I’ll let you know.

          • Pretty much anything which wasn’t filmed in the early 80s starring Julie Andrews.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Where she also appears topless?
            I remember that movie!
            I didn’t think anyone else would.

            If you can, check out the UK series “The Black Mirror”.
            Think of a technologically-oriented English Twilight Zone, set sometime in the near future.

          • andycanuck

            Better Call Saul has been a worthy successor although I’m not interested in the Saul’s lawyer girlfriend character so far. Mike has been alot of fun too.

          • I wish she’d get an electric toothbrush.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Severed heads on tortoises is the least of their fiendish methods.
            Take a look at some of the Narco blogs out of Texas.
            I tell ya, that country is one unending “Faces of Death” trailer.

          • I don’t even watch the Stupid Zombie Show, although I’ve always admired the special FX, and I like Darryl.

  • We don’t need no stinkin’ remittrances, Pancho.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      V. Fox makes the typical mistake made by idiots everywhere in assuming that their circumstances are EVERYONE’S circumstances.
      Virtually no Americans permanently working overseas have anyone relying on their remittances.

      • And remittances aren’t propping up our economy.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Nor are illegal street drugs for that matter!

  • BrokenDrumsticks

    You insult my Prophet? I keeelll you!

  • RELee

    Karla el presidente is looking for someone to keep in his”casa chica.” You make a good candidate…

  • What is an American citizen doing supporting Mexico?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I asked her roughly the same question on Twitter.
      I’d screenshot that one because I suspect that the only reason it’s still up is because she’s not anywhere near a smartphone.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Legalizing weed and growing it in the US would incinerate the Mexican economy in 6 months.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      No, it hasn’t and it will not.
      In California, people don’t even get tickets for weed anymore because there are dispensaries everywhere, yet it is still smuggled because the cost of growing in Mexico is still cheaper.
      You know, third-world economies of scale and all that.

      Besides, lets assume that they stop smuggling weed altogether, they will just shift back to the other hard drugs.
      Do we legalize (and tax) heroin too?
      Unless the tax is a pittance, they will still smuggle it anyway, because THAT is now profitable.

  • canminuteman

    “remittances coming to the US from abroad” Is this guy on crack? What does he thing is happening, rich Africans and Indians are sending money to their poor American cousens?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I tell you, were it not from the remittances coming out of Calgary, my entire sea side village in Southern California would be starving.
      We exist on only a couple of small slices of double cream Brie cheese a day, and some artisan made saltwater crackers, some prosciutto, maybe some free range quail eggs, sometimes a bit of Chardonnay, but only if we are lucky.
      Those foreign remittances keep us alive.

  • 20thCenturyVole

    I’d be willing to bet that ol’ Vincente knows, to the centavo, how much they suck out of the US every year.