Looney Ohio Sheriff Wants Trump to Drop MOAB on Drug Cartel Tunnels

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Last week the world witnessed the destructive power of the MOAB, widely considered to be the second most powerful conventional bomb ever built. After the Mother of all Bombs was deployed in Afghanistan, the first time it had ever been used in combat, a dim light bulb went off in the brain of a Sheriff in Ohio.

On Friday Sheriff Richard Jones of Butler County Ohio (who has long taken a tough stance on the cartels and immigration, due to the fact that his county has a severe drug overdose epidemic) took to social media to express his support for bombing drug cartels with the MOAB. He tweeted, “I have been saying this for 10 years. Enough is enough. This Moab can b used on Mexican drug cartel. These are good days ahead.” He believes that the bunker busting bomb would be the perfect tool for eliminating the tunnels used by Mexican drug cartels.

Of course, there is a serious problem with this approach. For starters, somehow I doubt that the Mexican government would approve of us dropping a massive bomb on their territory. These tunnels often connect communities on either side of the border. This isn’t the sparsely populated mountains of Afghanistan that we’re talking about, where one could conceivably drop a large bomb without inflicted civilian casualties. Such a large explosion would likely kill Mexican civilians on Mexican soil. That would be an act of war.

More importantly, wouldn’t there be an easier way to disable these tunnels? If we could drop a bomb on them, then we would know where they are. And if we know where these tunnels are located, then the entrances could simply be filled in with dirt or concrete (which is what we already do), which costs a lot less than dropping a MOAB. It’s not like these tunnels are located deep behind enemy lines, where contractors can’t reach them. The only thing we have to do is convince Mexican authorities to block the entrances on their side of the border.

But no, apparently using a weapon of war to deter drug smuggling is a better idea.

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  • cmb

    Good idea!

    • I really hope you are being sarcastic.

      • cmb


        • This is a terrible idea.

          • cmb


          • The War on Drugs is nothing but an excuse peddled by the police state and military-industrial complex in order to justify infringing on our civil rights. This won’t solve anything in the long-term.

          • cmb

            wrong. the war on drugs is not the same as the drug cartel

          • It doesn’t matter. This is just the police state merely trying to justify over half of its budget being spent on false wars.

          • cmb

            bombing the cartels would not be a false war

          • War on Drugs
            WAR on Drugs
            W A R on Drugs

            We do not need to bomb anything. If you want to solve this drug problem, decriminalize drugs and remove all penalties for owning them. Supply and demand will dictate that if there is an abundant amount of drugs and massive use as a result, demand for drugs will decrease in the long run, and drug dealers will naturally operate in the regions in which they can expect to make a profit. The more of something there is, and the easily accessible it is to both individuals, the less it is in demand and the less it will be used. Besides, the police state kills several times more civilians than drug use, yet we justify the establishment of private prisons instead of rehabilitation centers.

          • cmb

            the cartels are such friendly folks open your house to them head to mexico and el Paso for some cartel nurturing

          • I never said they were friendly, you dolt. I’m saying that we would weaken their influence by decriminalizing drugs and establishing rehabilitation centers for citizens only. Read my post again.

            I plan to travel to Mexico this year actually; I don’t plan on getting involved with them in any way.

          • cmb

            idiot I never said drugs shouldn’t be legalized oh and you wont be given a plan by the cartels, they will just snatch you up, ransom you, then behead you when your mommy doesn’t pay their ransom. please video though

          • You never SAID anything. All you did is go on about how cartels were evil (which apparently I don’t understand from your point of view) and I should go to experience them. You’re being brainwashed by the propaganda spewed forth from the (((media))).

            Most drug cartels are nothing but CIA-funded agents attempting to pose as “drug dealers” and behead people. Apparently, the ISIS (another CIA-funded operation)beheading videos (which were FAKE) didn’t teach you anything about how these people operate. They release a video with an actor behind a green screen, use a carefully molded mask designed to mimic a human, and use a rubber or dull knife to make it appear as if they are cutting off the head of someone.

            If Mexico hadn’t gone the route that we went with the War on Drugs, and had merely decriminalized drugs, cartels would be merely forced out of the country, or simply give up their life of crime.

            READ my posts next time.

          • cmb

            travel el paso and see what green screens are being used, adolescent

          • First off all, what does me being an adolescent have to with anything?

            Second, all you’ve done is tell me to travel to Mexico and see for myself. I don’t deny that they exist; I do deny that they are a threat that cannot be solved with simple legislation.

            Try arguing with facts and logic instead of fear-mongering evidence and exaggerations next time.

          • cmb

            OMG child well hope your travels educate you (if u r lucky)

          • Thank you. I’m sorry for insulting you before. Cheers.

  • This is the reason why we can’t have nice things.

  • davee

    Well at least you know for sure that they have Chemical Weapons of Mass Destruction….

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  • sharon anderson

    if he wants the bomb dropped on the main cartel try the cia. problem over.

  • sharon anderson

    i guess he does not know russia carries the daddy of all bombs. lol

  • sharon anderson

    maybe russia needs to start building some bases in mexico.

  • stan

    But dropping bombs demonstrates our patriotism and signifies freedom!

  • Donna Ross

    It’s fake dude! Go watch the grainy pixalated bomb being dropped! It even disappears seconds before they set off their ground explosives! It isn’t even GPS capable of hitting any freaking thing because there is no propulsion! Just shove it off the airplane, deploy the shoot, and give us a real, high quality video of this thing being deployed from beginning to end without cuts and without clouds to cover up the fakery!

  • TrevorD

    What and kill all those CIA employees?

  • weewilliewacko

    DO IT NOW!!! MS-13 hides underground as well as in ‘Sanctuary Cities’…

  • Were such an effective weapon be used anywhere in the U.S.A. … we ought to consider Congress … we just ‘might’ get their attention for a change … What would that make, one in a row? 🙂