Kamala finally landed in Guatemala, to jeers from an angry mob.
“We are not on the same side of the coin. It is obvious,” Guatemala’s President Giammattei had earlier told CBS. …
President Giammattei is a staunch law and order conservative, and if he appeared to be undermining Kamala, it was because she had spent months undermining him.
In May, Kamala met with a number of leftist opponents of Giammattei, including former Attorney General Thelma Aldana, who had targeted conservative politicians with corruption charges, before herself being charged with corruption. Instead of returning home to face those charges, she received political asylum in the United States. Her social media is full of praise for Kamala Harris’ trip to Guatemala, and her promises to end “corruption” in Guatemala.
Behind the mutual charges of corruption is a struggle between the Left and Right, with socialists and narcoterrorists on one side and military officers and free marketers on the other.
Kamala and the Biden administration are choosing to stand with the Left.
That’s not exactly surprising. Neither were the angry protesters that greeted Kamala at the airport waving banners and signs reading “Kamala, Mind Your Own Business”, “Kamala, Go Home”, “Kamala Trump Won”, and “Kamala Stop Funding Criminals”.
Those signs might have been confusing to Americans who get their news from the media bubble which left them completely unprepared to understand what was really going on.
Guatemalans saw her as prepping a leftist coup by backing leftist organizations and activists.
And they were fighting back.
Kamala Harris blamed the migrant crisis on “corruption, violence and poverty, the lack of economic opportunity, the lack of climate adaptation and climate resilience, the lack of good governance.” Two of those are very obvious code words for regime change.
A few days ago it was announced that Kamala’s trip would be about “anti-corruption” efforts. …
The Left is … using a border crisis to impose leftist regimes on Latin America.
Behind the anti-corruption push is a movie to restart the UN’s International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) backed by Soros activists. Most Guatemalans would prefer to be ruled by their own elected officials, not by the United Nations, Soros, or Kamala Harris.
Kamala Harris quickly announced that the DOJ will create an anti-corruption task force that will provide “case-based mentoring to the Guatemalan Public Ministry, including the Special Prosecutor Against Impunity (FECI)” and “a rapid response capability to deploy U.S. prosecutors and law enforcement experts to provide mentorship to develop corruption cases.”
This amounts to deploying DOJ assets to help local lefties take down conservative politicians.
That’s why Biden described Kamala as “the most qualified person to do it.” Unlike much of the administration, she has a background as a prosecutor. And that’s her real job in Guatemala. …
Fighting corruption in Latin America doesn’t have anything to do with corruption. In a thoroughly corrupt system where everyone steals and takes bribes, it means regime change.
Kamala isn’t in Guatemala to stem the flow of illegal aliens, but to impose a leftist regime.
Not a word of that in the mainstream coverage. Just those confusing signs.