It seems the organizers of Illegal Alien Caravan, Inc. are at it again. And they’ve taken a page from the democrat playbook.
Does, “Never let a Good Crisis Go to Waste” ring a bell? Well it should because the left uses it all the time.
From natural disasters, to government shutdowns, to the national debt, global warming, gun control or disease. Whatever the crisis-du jour happens to be, the left will somehow attempt to capitalize on it.
The latest crisis is of course Covid-19, the coronavirus. And being that the organizers of these caravans have all been Soros funded operatives, they are no strangers to the same crisis mantra.
So while we’re all wrapped up in prevention and control of this virus, concentrating on virtually nothing else, another Central American caravan of who knows who is on its way north.
It will be interesting to see what the left’s reaction will be, should the caravan make it through Mexico and arrive on our Southern border.
from Judicial Watch:
Another Illegal Immigrant Caravan Leaves Honduras for U.S.
While the world is absorbed in the Coronavirus drama, yet another caravan of illegal immigrants is heading north to the United States from Central America.
The group departed recently from the northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula and is making its way to Guatemala en route to the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. The final destination is the U.S., according to a Mexican news report that reveals the caravan has some 500 Central Americans but is expected to grow along the way. “They left their country due to a lack of work opportunities and prevailing violence,” according to the Spanish-language article published a few days ago.
The illegal immigrants are expected to arrive late this week in the Guatemalan city of Tecún Umán, a heavily transited border crossing into Mexico. Earlier this month a Guatemalan newspaper reported that, despite the global Coronavirus pandemic, cross border travel between Mexico and Guatemala continues full throttle without any sort of health screenings. It is very unlikely the new group of illegal immigrants will be monitored for health issues as it makes its way north. This marks the third organized Central American caravan that tries to enter Mexico. The most recent one, with about 2,000 Central Americans, took off earlier this year and was largely intercepted by Mexican authorities in Hidalgo.