It’s hard to believe just how emboldened the illegals have become. The latest stunt they’re pulling is an attempt to invade our border to seek asylum. Over 1,000 mostly Honduran asylum seekers are reportedly being assisted by Mexican officials:
A “Holy Week” caravan of over 1,000 migrants marching to the U.S. border are going to demand Easter asylum, according to reports. Mexican officials are also reportedly assisting the border crossers:
We’re here in Tapachula doing workshops and activities to get to know each other and prepare to be a strong, united team for the 2018 Refugee Caravan “Migrantes en la Lucha!
Aquí en Tapachula estamos haciendo actividades para conocernos y prepararnos para ser un equipo fuerte y unido para la Caravana Viacrucis Migrantes en la Lucha!!We’re here in Tapachula doing workshops and activities to get to know each other and prepare to be a strong, united team for the 2018 Refugee Caravan “Migrantes en la Lucha!
Posted by Pueblo Sin Fronteras on Sunday, 18 March 2018
According to an account from the Center for Immigration Studies, Mexican authorities have allowed the migrants to drive north “with relative ease.”
Mostly Hondurans, they posted celebration videos on Facebook and chanted “We are migrants. We are not criminals. We are workers.”
“On Monday Pueblo Sin Fronteras posted a video with the caption, ‘The Refugee Caravan knocking down borders yesterday in Huehuetan! Immigration agents abandoned the post when they saw us coming. The people celebrate this first small victory!”
Locals have also provided supplies along the way.
Washington Examiner reports:
Their goal is to cross into the U.S. this weekend and demand asylum. But they have also prepared special security measures should something go wrong, according to Luna.
“Refugees / migrants marching to the park to practice security protocols and form working groups”
Tapachula, ChiapasRefugees/migrants marching to park to break into working groups and practice safety protocols. ///Refugiados/migrantes marchando al parque para practicar protocolos de seguridad y formar grupos de trabajo
Posted by Pueblo Sin Fronteras on Wednesday, 21 March 2018
“Additionally, the group practiced security protocols, including formations which called for the men of the group to form a wall around the women and children. Moreover, the Central Americans made their way to Mexico’s Commission for Refugee Assistance and made calls for better compliance with international and national laws, faster processing of asylum applications, and an increase in acceptance rates,” she wrote.