One of the migrants informed FOX News that President Joe Biden “promised the Haitian community he will help them.”
A migrant caravan with almost 10,000 people left the Guatemala-Mexico border on Monday morning. Officials believe it could have 15,000 migrants by the time it reaches the southern border.
Luis Villagran, the organizer, told Fox News: “We consider we are around 9,500, it measures 51/2 km from the start to the end, people keep on joining, in the first police check there were approx 100-150 national guard, INM, state police and let us through freely.”
The migrants come from Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela:
“Let’s go to the video of that caravan you were just talking about. The organizer Luis Villagran tells me there are at least 9,500 and they stretch more than five kilometers long in the caravan right now. It’s made up largely of Venezuelans, Cubans, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, even some, he says, from Somalia. And if they indeed make their way to the U.S. border — and they got a long way to go some 4,000 miles — it will be the largest one to have ever gotten there. Meanwhile this sector already has many migrants coming across river than they can handle. Take a look at this video of an arrest we made it about 5:00 A.M. Texas DPS agents chasing those that don’t want to be apprehended. The ones we worry could be gotaways if they are not apprehended. But obviously Lieutenant Chris Olivarez was able to get this individual you see on camera.”
It also has Haitians. One of the migrants informed FOX News that President Joe Biden “promised the Haitian community he will help them.”
In other words, Biden has to allow the migrants to enter America.
“He will recall Title 42,” the migrant continued. “He will help us have real asylum.”
Title 42 put restrictions on migration during the COVID pandemic as a way to stop the virus from spreading.
Biden wants to recall Title 42 but 24 states filed a lawsuit. A Louisiana judge allowed Title 42 to remain until the dispute is resolved.DONATE
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