Mexican President Complains About Quality of People U.S. Is Sending To Mexico

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto took to the airwaves today during his weekly radio address, warning citizens that when the United States sends its people to Mexico, they’re not sending the best.
“They’re sending people that have lots of problems. They’re spoiled. They’re drinking. They’re swallowing tequila-soaked worms whole. They’re groping women. They’re doing drugs. They’re dancing suggestively. They’re using automotive funnels in a manner not consistent with their packaging. They’re secreting bodily fluids near sensitive ecological and archeological areas. And some, I assume are good people.

But today, I am here to tell you that it’s gotten even worse. Today they’ve sent people who are bringing racist statements. They’re bringing a highly unrealistic understanding of how the economy works. They’re bringing misogyny. They’re bringing phony universities. They’re bringing an unlimited stream of astonishing fabrications. They’re bringing a long track record of not paying their bills. They’re bringing bankruptcies. They’re bringing womanizing and adultery. They’re bringing really creepy comments about how hot their daughters are. They’re bringing poorly-made and ill-fitting trucker caps…”

Today’s address was cut short at the usual allotted 60 minutes, but Nieto promised to finish during next week’s address.


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