A group of “hostile and aggressive” illegals broke the locks on a gate at the Mexico/Guatemalan border and forced their way into Mexico to make the trek to our border to seek asylum. They met up with a much larger caravan of about 2,500.

Since a similar event happened last year on the same border bridge, why are the Guatemalan and Mexican police not ready for this? It appears as though the border between Guatemala and Mexico wasn’t enforced with more guards or the police were told to stand down. Mexico should answer for this.

According to KTLA, the institute said the migrants were acting in a “hostile” and “aggressive” way, and accused them of also attacking local police in Metapa, a Mexican village that lies between the border and the nearby city of Tapachula.

The group of hundreds pushed past police just like they did last year. They joined a much larger group of more than 2,000 illegals who were walking along the road:

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There are already groups at the border who have clashed with immigration authorities in recent days. Broken windows of offices and frustration as the illegals accuse the immigration officials of slowing down the process.

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A woman coming to the U.S. for medical treatment, money and to see her children who are ALREADY IN THE U.S. is a perfect example of how our asylum system is broken. This woman does not qualify for asylum!

Claudia Jaqueline Sandoval, 43, from El Progreso, Honduras, was walking toward Tapachula with her 6-year-old daughter. Another son and a daughter are already in the United States.

“I have been HIV positive for 16 years,” said Sandoval, but her reason for going north was not just medical treatment. “It has been two years since I heard from my son” in the United States, and money is scarce, she said.

THIS IS NOT WHAT ASYLUM IS FOR!

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