BREAKING: Mexico opens border to women and children from migrant caravan – AFP
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) October 20, 2018
Say hello to the thousands of illegals who will be claiming asylum and a “credible fear” in order to get into the U.S. While these people claim to be looking for a “better life”, THAT IS NOT a “credible fear”. These people are economic migrants.
Even though President Trump wanted to discontinue catch and release, it has to remain in place with our current laws. The President of The Border Patrol Council explains:
President of the National Border Patrol Council tells @wolfblitzer that they will have to continue the “catch and release” program for the foreseeable future, despite the President saying he won’t allow it https://t.co/1B9mRWwAeA pic.twitter.com/e8pKQPNmiq
— The Situation Room (@CNNSitRoom) June 21, 2018
Should these people be allowed into our country because they want our freebies? If so, how many can we afford with a debt of 21 TRILLION?
Mexico opens border to women and children of Honduran migrant caravan in Guatemala
They will be given a court date for a hearing to plead their case…Do you think they’ll show up for that court date? Nope! They typically disappear into the U.S.
ILLEGALS JUST SURRENDER TO BORDER PATROL AND THEN IF THEY’RE NOT FROM MEXICO WE CANNOT DEPORT THEM!
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) October 19, 2018
The Catch and Release policy is killing us by being an incentive for illegals to make the trek to our border. They know they’ll be released…The only solution is for President Trump to use his authority to close down the border and call out the National Guard. We can’t and shouldn’t put up with this anymore!
BORDER CRISIS: A caravan carrying more than 3,000 migrants was halted at the Mexico-Guatemala border. Hundreds have managed to cross, but hundreds more are still stuck https://t.co/M9XIWQFxfw pic.twitter.com/SzCKtXRXUy
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 20, 2018
The children in the caravan are being used as pawns and shields. Shame on these parents for doing this.