What Mexicans Say About Streams of ‘Caravans’ Admitted into Mexico

What Mexicans Say About Streams of ‘Caravans’ Admitted into Mexico

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The migrants will keep coming undeterred by the 5200 soldiers on the border. They aren’t worried at all and they needn’t be.

The anonymous foreigners know the soldiers can only do administrative work. According to the law, the military can do very little other than assist in the transportation of migrants once they cross the border into the US.

Elvis, one of the migrants who was deported after being arrested in the U.S., told Griff Jenkins, “No one will stop me” and if he can’t get asylum, he will cross illegally.

THEY ARE ALL GETTING THROUGH

Groups keep amassing at the Guatemala border and eventually break through. Groups are also forming in El Salvador. The groups appeared to be inspired by the success of the groups nearing the border.

Eleven buses are moving some of the migrants from one town to the next and have been doing that all along. Trucks are also used. The women and children are being put in front and they will be on the front lines when they cross our borders. Cartels always do that to overwhelm the border patrol agents.

No one in the media is the least bit curious about who is funding the groups and the buses, arranging for trucks and feeding the often violent travelers along the way.

They will all cross illegally[…]

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