Mexican drug lord El Chapo, who was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday, gave a shout-out to “The Squad” of Democrat women in Congress just before he was whisked away from Manhattan to an undisclosed location.
“The Squad is right. There is no justice in America,” Guzman said. “I’ve been forced to drink unsanitary water, clog my ears with toilet paper because of the air from the air duct, and denied access to fresh air and sunlight.”
“I have been physically, psychologically, mentally tortured 24 hours a day,” he said. “It’s like I’ve been in a Nazi concentration camp.”
“I may be going to prison for life, but I’m still voting Democrat next year!” shouted Joaquin Guzman just before he was stuffed into a black SUV by members of the Waffen-SS.
Judge Brian M. Cogan sentenced the former drug lord to life in prison plus 30 years on murder, drug and money laundering charges. Guzman was also ordered to hand over his $12 billion fortune.