Why is Mexico Getting Our Water During a Drought?
The Colorado River in Northern Arizona is at its lowest level since the 1930s. Lake Mead is now at 36% capacity — almost dry. Yet, according to a special 1944 treaty, America must give Mexico “x” millions of gallons of Colorado River water per year. Why? Mexico is surrounded by ocean water! Desalinate the ocean water, Brown fools. (Apparently, Mexico “plans to construct four desalination plants” in the northeast. But, knowing Mexico, it’ll take 30 years, and 100 White engineers, to do that!).
Saaay, who was the president of America in 1944? Oh yeah, the commie, FDR. Thanks, commie. You can always count on a commie to do the wrong thing.