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Mexican Banking Clothes

The lamestream media told you:

Mexicans illegally stream into America at unprecedented rates, looking for work.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Escaping lawless conditions in Mexico may be a greater factor in the vast exodus from that third world country than the search for low-paying jobs, a local paper inadvertently reports. Mexico City now has plans to ban sunglasses and hats in banks, because bank robberies are so common, and the perpetrators typically wear dark glasses and hats to hide their identities. If local officials here needed to implement and enforce dress codes to deal with bank robberies, I might emigrate too.

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