A massive caravan largely comprised of military-aged males left Tapachula, Mexico very early Friday and is en route to the US border.
The US Supreme Court this week, with help from justices Roberts and Kavanaugh, overturned Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy.
President Trump initiated a law that forced migrants crossing the US Southern border who claim they are seeking asylum remain in Mexico until their cases were reviewed by US Courts.
That asylum policy has been overturned and the migrants are marching like soldiers to the US border.
Approximately 4,000 migrants are now are on the way to the US with plans to live off the largesse of the American taxpayer.
Thousands of people set off on foot from southern Mexico early Friday morning, undeterred in their efforts to reach the United States even after the deaths of at least 53 migrants in Texas this week highlighted the dangers facing many migrants.
The group, mostly of young men from Central America, Venezuela and Cuba, included families walking with children and babies in strollers.
“I’m fleeing Cuba with my wife and daughter because of the suffocating, criminal, assassin Castro-Canel dictatorship,” migrant Samuel Ventura said.
The migrant caravan began in the city of Tapachula, near the Mexico-Guatemala border, following two others organized earlier this month with large contingents of Venezuelans. Both caravans disbanded in nearby towns.
🔴 Breaking🔴 another caravan of 4000 today left the south border of Mexico and is waiting for the humanitarian visa to move to the north. @AgueroForTexas @BenBergquam @RealAmVoice @GriffJenkins @Michael_Yon @SaraCarterDC @RealDrGina @MayraFlores2022 pic.twitter.com/OYI4xeXhX3
— Oscar El Blue (@Oscarelblue) July 1, 2022
Last month 12,000 illegal aliens formed the largest caravan yet and marched to the open US Southern Border.
The historic caravan left Tapachula, Mexico on June 6.
Brandon’s open borders policies are dangerous and costly for Americans and the illegal migrants.
Earlier this week 51 migrants were found dead in a truck in a human smuggling operation in San Antonio, Texas.