Oscar El Blue is a Mexican journalist who’s reporting the truth about what’s happening on the other side of our southern border, In addition to outing attorney’s from the United States who are working in Mexico to coach immigrant on how to claim asylum in the United States, he also reveals the chaos Mexican authorities are facing in the southern border state of Chiapas, Mexico.
In the video below, activists at the immigration processing center in Chiapas, Mexico can be seen hanging a pinata of President Trump with Mexico’s president and two members of his cabinet underneath. The pinata is filled with explosive devices inside the pinata. As the explosive devices go off, the pinata catches on fire and falls to the ground. Immigrants, including adults and young children, can be heard cheering as the pinata burns. Keep in mind, the people who are cheering, are the same people who are making their way to our southern border, hoping to gain entry into our country.
From Oscar Blue Ramirez: The pinata also has the president of Mexico, Andres Lopez Obrador and two of his cabinet, Olga Sanchez Cordero and Carmen Yadira de Los Santos.
In the video below, at around the 12:00-minute mark, Oscar Blue Ramirez explains how the leftist activists are encouraging young kids to cheer, as they burn President Trump pinata.
The hatred for President Trump that hard left activists are instilling in the massive caravans of immigrants headed toward the United States is stunning. Why would anyone expect these immigrants are going to come to the United States and respect our laws or want to assimilate with our culture?
What’s equally stunning is how far away the people are traveling to join the massive caravans of immigrants headed to our US border.
On March 12, Mexico News Daily reported about the non-Mexicans and Central Americans waiting to make the trek through Mexico to the United States – Central Americans are not the only migrants entering Mexico at the southern border: more than 500 Africans, Asians, and Haitians have also arrived recently in Chiapas.
Migrants from the Congo, Cameroon, Angola, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Haiti crossed into Mexico from Guatemala in the final days of February and the first week of March, according to a report in the newspaper El Universal.
The migrants voluntarily reported their entry to immigration authorities and requested transit visas that will allow them to legally continue their journey to the United States’ southern border, where they plan to seek asylum.
As they wait for their visas to be processed, most migrants are staying at a National Immigration Institute (INM) facility in Tapachula, where some of them claim they have been discriminated against because of the color of their skin.
Are we facing a crisis on our border? Should President Trump shut down our southern border until we get this situation under control? We’d love to see what you think in the comment section below.