I Thought the Mexicans Were Handling Everything on Their End

just fine?

Salmonella outbreak tied to irrigation water
CDC says it has found ‘smoking gun’ that led to 1,300 people falling ill
The salmonella strain linked to a nationwide outbreak has been found in irrigation water and a serrano pepper at a Mexican farm, federal health officials said Wednesday.

Madre de dios, numbnuts! What’s the FIRST, inviolate rule for visiting Mexico?

DON’T drink the agua mierda.

Florida’s tomato farmers thank you.

5 Responses to “I Thought the Mexicans Were Handling Everything on Their End”

  1. greg newson says:

    It took the destruction of 250 million dollars of
    US grown tomatoes-with no valid reason- for this
    story to reach the stage of extreme absurdity.
    The first day of the scare I thought,it’s probably
    Mexican produce,which is fertilized with human feces.Tomatoes? I don’t think so.Go to Tijuania
    and you’ll see the new world-and smell it..Our
    fate has been sealed by this episode of incompetency..

  2. Dave E. says:

    Bah. Team Diarrhea nailed this down weeks ago. The hacks at the CDC are only exceeded by the hacks in the MSM who so gullibly lap up what is vomited in their direction.

  3. greg newson says:

    Good work! You’re on top of this Sh#t.Excuse the pun.I feel sorry for those poor farmers losing their crops.Can they claim the lose on their taxes?

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    Undocumented peppers?

  5. nightfly says:

    They’re just peppers doing to work that American produce won’t do.

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