Sunday Night Reports: Caravan 1,000 Miles from U.S. Border

TRUMP MAY ISSUE EXECUTIVE ORDER TUESDAY

by Sharon Rondeau

Central-American “Migrants” traveling toward the U.S. say, in some cases, they are fleeing violence and poor economic conditions in their homelands. Image credit:  Heraldry, Creative Commons

(Oct. 28, 2018) — As of Sunday evening, Fox News and the Associated Press have reported that the caravan of Central-American “migrants” is in southern Mexico, approximately a thousand miles from the closest port of entry into the United States.

The thousands-strong group of travelers largely from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala has grown and ebbed since beginning its trek nearly two weeks ago, but recent reports suggest that it currently comprises between 7,000 and 15,000 people.

On Sunday the travelers halted their journey as a result of an incident involving a man accused of abducting a child, which reportedly was erroneous.  The man was reportedly beaten by others in the group, then sent to a Mexican hospital for treatment.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen advised the caravan not to come to the U.S..  “There is a right way to immigrate to the United States, and this is not it,” she said on “Fox News Sunday.”

President Trump has vowed that the caravan is “not getting in” to the U.S.  In response, left-leaning media have claimed that Trump has perpetrated a “misinformation campaign” about the caravan as well as fueled Saturday’s attack on a Jewish house of worship in Pittsburgh which killed 11 and injured six more.

On Sunday Yahoo! News reported that two new groups of “migrants” began traveling north, with one “forcing their way through a gate at the Guatemalan end in the town of Tecun Uman” and the other “from San Salvador hoping to make their way to the U.S. as a group.”

While a small percentage of the group accepted offers of asylum in Mexico, most appear determined to reach the U.S.

Late last week, Trump authorized increased support to the Border Patrol of approximately 800 soldiers in addition to the approximately 2,100 military already stationed along the U.S.-Mexico border.  On Sunday morning, Fox News reported that Trump may issue an executive order concerning “border security” on Tuesday.

A recent Yale University report states that the U.S. is currently home to more than 22 million illegal aliens, twice the number reported for years by the mainstream media.

 

 

Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news.  She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.

2 Responses to "Sunday Night Reports: Caravan 1,000 Miles from U.S. Border"

  1. Nikita's_UN_Shoe   Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 9:05 AM

    From the article: “As of Sunday evening, Fox News and the Associated Press have reported that the caravan of Central-American “migrants” is in southern Mexico, approximately a thousand miles from the closest port of entry into the United States.”

    Food for thought.

    What’s missing from articles on the web and on Mean Stream Media is information relative to the invaders mode of travel and the logistics of their day-to-day accommodations. If on foot, and averaging 20 miles per day, it would take 50 days to arrive at their U.S. border destination. Are we to believe that all of these invaders are only on-foot and that manna from heaven is keeping them fed? Inquiring minds are nosy.

  2. Rick A Hyatt   Monday, October 29, 2018 at 12:20 PM

    These ate well trained Sleepers who will reorganize at logistical depots of arms and arson supplys to create havoc that will create an excuse for Red Chinese soldiers in white UN tanks to invade, citing “To restore Civil Order.” Mexico has already asked the UN to provide assistance. You will remember years back on U-tube when these white tanks were pre-positioned. MANCHURIAN CANDIDATES, nothing on their backs, everything in their heads. I know. I’ve been a US ARMY test subject on same for 45 years, now. Wish I’d get paid.

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