May 31, 2024

Mexican Mayoral Candidate Assassinated at Rally

The political world was stunned this week when word got out that a Mexican politician was assassinated on the campaign trail.

Alfredo Cabrera was shot and killed while shaking hands with supporters.

The assassination took place at a rally in southern Mexico state of Guerrero on Wednesday.

Shoot Him Dead

The video was beyond disturbing.

Cabrera had been working his way through the crowd at the rally when you suddenly saw a gun put to the back of his head.

The shooter pulled the trigger, and security immediately opened fire on the shooter, killing him as well.

Xochitl Galvez, a leading candidate for president, said the fellow PAN member, responded to the news, stating, “There are no words to express the indignation I feel over the murder of Alfredo Cabrera, candidate for municipal president of Coyuca, Guerrero.

“I met him personally during the brigade after Hurricane Otis and I know that he was a generous and good man.

“My deepest condolences to his family, his friends, and the entire town of Coyuca de Benitez. Rest in peace.”

Wednesday was the final day of campaigning prior to the election.

This news comes after the assassination of yet another mayoral candidate in Cuautla, with mayoral candidate Ricardo Arizmendi being assassinated on Tuesday.

So far, 34 political candidates throughout Mexico have been assassinated during this cycle alone.

This is what happens when you oppose corruption and the cartel in Mexico, with the federal government doing nothing to protect these people.

That tells you just about all you need to know about the Mexican government and the corruption that engulfs the entire country.

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