Mexican Border States Intentionally Destabilized To Prepare For US Invasion

Below is the text of my October 8 email to Dave Hodges, the same referenced in our Oct. 13 interview posted on
As previously reported, the governors of these two Mexican states are leading a deep state- and CIA-backed effort to destabilize the border region which has gained new momentum in the last 48 hours in both Tamaulipas (above) and Chihuahua (below).
Tamaulipas Governor Cabeza de Vaca (now under investigation in both nations) has an extensive private army to include armored vehicles, heavy weapons, and aircraft, as reported with video by BBC reporter Simon Reeve.   A meteorite visible even from distant Mexico City just impacted Victoria, the capital of Tamaulipas state.
Mexican President Lopez "AMLO" has begun a MAJOR swamp-draining this week, releasing 70 arrest warrants for government officials implicated in the "Ayotzinapa" case where 43 young schoolteachers were murdered in 2014.  This is a declaration of war on the Chinese-backed deep state of Mexico.  Because AMLO continues putting Mexico first and cooperating with Trump, China will push the rebel governors forward to destabilize the border region. (News link in tweet:)
Chihuahua governor addresses state legislature, argues in favor of violent mobs, against ancient US-Mex water treaty today.
This "Water War" is entwined with the LeBaron family (and massacre), who, as dual US-Mexican citizens (and white) are convenient boogeymen to stoke anti-US sentiment.  Governor Javier Corral Jurado has supported armed anti-US mobs in the past, most notably supporting them AGAINST THE MEXICAN NATIONAL GUARD (which was forced to RETREAT).  Corral today defended this decision before his state legislature.  This hearing was a forum for the growth of the open rebellion against Mexico City.  In my limited observation, the legislature appeared friendly and Corral was not condemned.
This is the LA Times article about the water wars and the violent incident over which Governor Corral addressed the legislature today:  
Article: Mexican water wars: Dam seized, troops deployed, at least one killed in protests about sharing with U.S.Mexican water wars: Dam seized, troops deployed, at least one killed in protests about sharing with U.S.