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Mexico Offers Asylum To Caravan – Their Response Speaks Volumes

They didn’t mince words, either.

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Time is running out for the migrant caravan currently sauntering through Mexico, as they approach the United States.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has already warned this horde of Central American immigrants that the US is not prepared to allow them to enter without the proper protocol, telling them simply to turn back as opposed to attempting any illegal crossing.  As they continue onward, Mexico has even reached out to make offers of asylum for the huddled masses, to which the caravan responded with intent.

Several thousand Central American migrants turned down a Mexican offer of benefits if they applied for refugee status and stayed in the country’s two southernmost states, vowing to set out before dawn Saturday to continue their long trek toward the U.S. border.

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Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced what he called the “You are at home” plan, offering shelter, medical attention, schooling and jobs to Central Americans in Chiapas and Oaxaca states if they applied, calling it a first step toward permanent refugee status. Authorities said more than 1,700 had already applied for refugee status.

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But after one of the caravan’s longest days of walking and hanging from passing trucks, the bulk of the migrants were boisterous Friday evening in their refusal to accept anything less than safe passage to the U.S. border.

They didn’t mince words, either.

“Thank you!” they yelled as they voted to reject the offer in a show of hands in the town of Arriaga. They then added: “No, we’re heading north!”

What awaits this caravan when they arrive in the US is yet to be fully determined, but we do know that up to 1,000 military personnel will be ready to respond to any instances of violence or trespassing at that time.

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Allen West Sees Issue of Sovereignty in Biden Border Bungle

He’s not wrong!

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As soon as Joe Biden was announced as the next President of these United States, migrants began working their way toward the US in droves. Democrats have long been seen as a more lenient bunch when it comes to immigration, and the Biden administration was thought to be a golden window of opportunity for many who had felt otherwise during Donald Trump’s reign. But the impact of this perception of the federal government is having major ramifications at the state level, and local lawmakers are not happy about it. Lt. Col. Allen West praised Gov. Greg Abbott on “Fox & Friends,” Thursday, for recognizing the border crisis in Texas and discussing plans to build a wall. The Texas GOP chairman said that, along with border construction, an increased presence of National Guard troops is essential for blocking cartel activity and drugs from coming into the U.S. ALLEN WEST: “I’m glad that the governor has finally realized that we do have an incredible crisis at the border. It’s been about six months and there have been a lot of Texans that have been suffering under this scourge of illegal immigration coming across. But building a border wall is just part of what needs to happen. We need to have a full mobilization of our National Guard, Texas National Guard down along that border so that they can secure these infiltration routes and they can enter the crossings that we see coming from these cartels and the flow of drugs and persons as well.” And then. “I think one of the important things we have to do going forward is to look at the system that is allowing this illegal immigration to happen, especially the use of the cartels. But also we’ve got to understand the constitutional crisis of having a federal…

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Lawmakers Stunned by DOD UFO Report, Begin Sounding Alarms

YIKES!

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While the general public will likely need to wait a few more days to get the juicier details from the Pentagon’s forthcoming report on UFO’s, lawmakers are beginning to catch glimpses of portions of the massive tome…and what they’re finding is alarming to say the least. The mere fact that the US government has decided to share what they know, (at least in part), on this subject is worrisome enough, as it belies the fact that they can’t hide the truth anymore. But there is another angle to this as well, and several lawmakers are growing nervous. UFOS could pose a threat to US national security, lawmakers claimed, after they emerged from a highly classified meeting today about the upcoming Pentagon report. They described the briefing as “interesting” and said that there were “legitimate questions” about American safety, yet would not reveal further details. The reactions were stark, to say the least: Congressman Tim Burchett said: “Clearly, something’s going on that we can’t handle.” Rep Sean Patrick Maloney told the New York Post: “We take the issue of unexplained aerial phenomena seriously to the extent that we’re dealing with the safety and security of US military personnel or the national security interests of the United States, so we want to know what we’re dealing with. “I think it’s important to understand that there are legitimate questions involving the safety and security of our personnel, and in our operations and in our sensitive activities, and we all know that there’s [a] proliferation of technologies out there,” he added. “We need to understand the space a little bit better.” Committee chair Adam Schiff said that the briefing was “interesting” and claimed he learned “things that were certainly new to me.” He teased: “But I think I’m going to leave it at that.” The full, unclassified…

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