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Genetic Tests Reveal Jayme Closs's Abductor 2% Mexican
Jake Thomas Patterson, the man accused of abducting Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs after killing her parents in October is at least 2% Mexican according to genetic tests.
Released days after his arraignment Monday, the bombshell report that as much as one-fortyith of Patterson's ancestral heritage originates from south of the border adds new social and political significance to a case that has already gripped the nation.
"Would Jayme still be alive today if it wasn't for our broken immigration system? I'd say the answer is a resounding 'yes'," Fox News Contributor Rachel Gonzalez-Tucker argued. "The fact is, every day thousands of Jose Tomas Pattersons are pouring into our country looking for vulnerable American girls to rape and kill, and we're not doing a damn thing about it."
"Not that the Democrats care. They actually probably think it's funny," Gonzalez-Tucker continued. "'Ha-ha, another white girl got raped and butchered by an illegal'. They're sick."
Not missing the opportunity to weigh in, President Trump asserted that the latest chapter in the Closs story reinforces his case for a border wall.
"I'll tell you what, I bet that Wisconsin girl's father would still be alive right now and would say he'd be in favor of the wall if that guy hadn't killed him!" the President tweeted.
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