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1,200 Migrants Form New Caravan, & They Are Walking Directly to the Southern Border

That could be a problem…

John Salvatore

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The Mueller report was recently released and completely vindicated Donald Trump.

Then, fierce Trump critic Michael Avenatti was arrested for fraud.

These are things the American public should be talking about, as they are both major stories.

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And yet, there’s always something else going on.

Now, it appears another migrant caravan is making its way to the country’s southern border – and they are 1,200 strong.

How can Dems say with a straight face that this doesn’t call for a national emergency?

Here are the details…

From Reuters:

A caravan of some 1,200 migrants from Central America and Cuba began moving towards the U.S. border from southern Mexico this weekend, migration authorities said on Sunday.

The National Migration Institute said the migrants were already inside Mexico when they opted to form a caravan in the southern city of Tapachula on the border with Guatemala.

More from The Daily Wire:

The development is likely to do little to ease tensions over the Trump Administration’s immigration policies, or between the United States and Mexico. The latter pledged several months ago to do all it could to intercept migrant caravans before they made it too far through the country, offering migrants headed to the United States temporary asylum within Mexico and accelerated access to work permits and the Mexican immigration system.

The strategies haven’t worked, though, and migrant caravans continue to push through Mexico to the United States, worsening a growing problem on the border, and crowding Mexican border towns with illegal immigrants in line to declare asylum at Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico border checkpoints.

Vice President Mike Pence said the original migrant caravans were funded by leftist groups. The MSM didn’t blink.

Residents of Tijuana, Mexico collectively uttered the three words Democrats hate hearing:

Trump was right.

They are referring to the migrant caravans that made their way to Mexico from Central America hoping to get into America.

When Trump said the caravan was an invasion, he was spot on.

WATCH:

In the video below courtesy of Fox News it becomes more clear:

President Trump might need to send even more members of the military to the southern border.

A fourth caravan pushes the number of people to around 12,000 strong.

WATCH:

MORE:

Reporting on the caravan, Univision’s Jorge Ramos said the migrants were harmless.

There’s no doubt that Jorge is right. Most people in the caravan are harmless.

But all it takes is one to be not harmless and people end up losing their lives.

Check out a caravan marcher flashing “gang signs” behind Ramos:

Videos:

Here’s another wild clip from a migrant admitting there are “criminals everywhere” in the caravan, “it’s criminals in here.”

 

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Turnover is nothing new for the Trump White House.

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