This wouldn’t be the first time…..
Readers here at WLT know history, and know that the government regularly conducts operations like this via a clever chain of funding to opposition groups and The C.I.A.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, The President of Mexico has accused Joe Biden and other associated officials of attempting to fund a similar type of operation in Mexico according to sources.
Reports say that this funding goes to an anti corruption group, and that this very same group is really just a front for regime change.
If this is the case then I have one question: is this at all tied to the current border crisis?
I mean what is the motivation here behind this alleged coup?
Knowing history it can’t be innocent or clean.
Take a look:
U.S. News had more on the story:
Lopez Obrador said the formal protest was sent because of financial backing for Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI), a group that investigates political corruption. The president says the group is seeking to undermine his government.
"It's interference, it's interventionism, it's promoting coup plotters," said Lopez Obrador, describing funding that includes money from the U.S. Agency for International Development, commonly known as USAID, as an affront to Mexico's sovereignty.
"That's why we're asking that (the U.S. government) clarifies this for us. A foreign government can't provide money to political groups."
Lopez Obrador was later asked if he believed the U.S. government was seeking to remove him from office, and he responded that he did not believe that was the case.
The Hill came through and revealed more:
López Obrador accused the anti-corruption group Mexicanos Unidos en Contra de la Corrupción e Impunidad (MCCI) — Mexicans United Against Corruption and Impunity — of plotting a coup against his government, while presenting evidence of U.S. financing.
The United States Agency for International Development publicly supports MCCI, a nongovernmental organization that advocates against corruption.
Claudio X. González, the founder and former head of MCCI, has been vocal about his opposition to López Obrador.
López Obrador, who routinely mocks MCCI with the monicker "Mexicans in favor of corruption," pointed to González's current and past political activism as proof of MCCI's support of an alleged coup.