The news first broke out through an announcement by Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who divulged that U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken put forward the proposal.
"I think that Blinken spoke about consolidating the region of North America, and we agree on that," Lopez Obrador said. "We are also in favor of a unity of the entire American continent, like the way the first European community emerged and converted into the European Union (EU). That's what we want."
Level-headed Americans would not agree, however, given that the unsecured southern border paved the way for migrants – and criminals blending in with them – to enter the United States.
While the mainstream media turned a blind eye to Lopez Obrador's remarks, Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson touched on the matter on his program "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
"The EU has not really worked out well for Europe, and we'll know the details this winter when people are freezing. So naturally, the Biden administration wants to create something very much like that in North America – an EU-style government," he said.
"We're going to merge with Mexico in the middle of the most brutal drug war in its history. Mexico is effectively run by the cartels at this point, but we're going to merge with the cartels." (Related: Mexico escalating the land invasion of America by spreading out illegals to invade at geographic intervals.)
Writing for the New American, conservative contributor Selwyn Duke pointed out the problems with the Biden administration's proposal to Lopez Obrador.
"Blinken's scheme could lead to massive migration that would soon make the U.S. even more unrecognizable," he warned. "Mexican levels of crime and corruption could become status quo here, with the narco-state's drug cartels becoming fixtures in our nation as well."
Carlson then cited Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) as among the few who noticed Lopez Obrador's revelation. The Florida congressman then appeared on Carlson's program, saying that he wrote to Blinken about his proposal to the Mexican leader. Gaetz then elaborated on the implications of the secretary of state's plan.
"It means that the globalist Left wants a homogenized America because they don't think that much of the U.S. in the first place. I haven't gotten an answer [to the letter], but it begs the question: Why are we so friendly with Mexico in the first place?"
"They've cooked up more death in the Mexican mountains than any crazy mad scientist in Wuhan would have thought of. It's hard to tell where the cartels end and [where] the government of Mexico begins."
Gaetz cited instances of Mexican officials having ties with the cartels, including:
The Republican remarked that while U.S. officials "are sleepwalking to a war with Russia, they're actually surrendering American sovereignty to Mexico."
Carlson butted in: "Of course. I mean, the Mexican cartels have killed many, many more Americans than al-Qaeda ever did – and we fought multiple wars over that.
Gaetz continued that the U.S. opening the northern border is not something to look forward to either.
"Canada's not much better," he told Carlson. "I don't want my constituents having to live under the socialist, tyrannical lockdowns enacted by [Canadian Prime Minister] Justin Trudeau while their nephew is being poisoned by Mexican fentanyl."
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Watch Lara Logan warn that the sinister proposal to lump the U.S., Canada and Mexico into one region is backed by the globalists.
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