Outrage As Trump Separates Newly-Elected Liberal Mexican President From Constituency
Brownsville, TX -- Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the leftist elected to become Mexico’s new president later this year, has been forcibly separated from his constituency and is now being held in an unknown location. The order follows President Donald Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy for progressive world leaders.
“We didn’t even get to say goodbye. I mean, we barely even said hello, the election was just this past Sunday,” cried one protester in Mexico City. “This country was merely hoping for a better life. The poverty, mass shootings, drug infestation, your country can certainly relate to our predicament. We only wanted the best for our future. Now your country has stripped away all that we had left.”
was not amused. “Well, maybe countries should think twice before they send us their worst leaders, the ones who want to change the world and advance the lives of their citizens and progress through the 100 years at a rapid pace. Let’s just slow it down hombre. That’s what we’re trying to do. We’re obstructionist Republicans, we just want to take it easy. Know what I mean?
Obrador’s location is still unknown, but the president may be willing to trade him back to Mexico in exchange for a wall.