Category: Immigration

7:33 pm Pacific Time….[Youtupe Mania]….Breaking: Migrant Clashes In Tijuana U.S Border, Worse To Comes

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Published on Nov 19, 2018

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Breaking: Migrant Clashes In Tijuana U.S Border, Worse To Comes

Hundreds of Tijuana residents congregated around a monument in an affluent section of the city south of California on Sunday to protest the thousands of Central American migrants who have arrived via caravan in hopes of a new life in the U.S.

Tensions have built as nearly 3,000 migrants from the caravan poured into Tijuana in recent days after more than a month on the road, and with many more months ahead of them while they seek asylum. The federal government estimates the number of migrants could soon swell to 10,000.

6:08 pm Pacific Time….[IShallNot BeSilent]….~ Mexican Journalist ~ Immigrant Invasion Update ~ Nov 8, 2018

This man states he is Mexican Journalist/Investigator Alex Backman.

The pressing issues south-of-the-border with regard to the illegal invasion of Mexico and the US by SIAs and OTMs who illegally stormed through the Mexico-Guatemala border and have established their camp in Mexico City with help of the incoming leftist socialist regime.

At least 2,000 immigrants marches and paralyzed Mexico’s capital on their intent to reach the UN office in the exclusive are of Polanco in the northwest of the city.

1:48 pm Pacific Yime….[Space Force News]….URGENT 🔴 James Mattis Press Briefing on MILITARY to Stop MIGRANT CARAVAN at US – Mexico Border

(No Ads now, Solely Your Support, Please Donate $1 https://bit.ly/2Dewqmz. Thank you very much!) Secretary of Defense James Mattis holds news conference as he’s heading to Texas-Mexico border to meet solders as troops preparing to stop migrant caravan to cross southern border.

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6:03 pm Pacific Time….[Youtupe Mania]….News Alert: U.S. Troop Heading For Face Off With Migrant Caravan

News Alert: U.S. Troop Heading For Face Off With Migrant Caravan

Central American migrants resting in Mexico City debated which route they should take to the border and what options were available to them in Mexico and the United States ahead of a vote on what their caravan’s next step should be.

Members of the thousands-strong caravan meeting in an assembly in a sports stadium late Wednesday emphasized the need to be careful in choosing their route north because any path will inevitably take them through areas where drug cartels and gangs are active. A vote on the caravan’s next step could take place late Thursday.

“California is the longest route but is the best border, while Texas is the closest but the worst” border, said Jose Luis Fuentes of the National Lawyers Guild to gathered migrants.

Mexico City is more than 600 miles from the nearest U.S. border crossing at McAllen, Texas, and a previous caravan in the spring opted for a much longer route to Tijuana in the far northwest, across from San Diego. That caravan steadily dwindled to only about 200 people by the time it reached the border.
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