Thousands of migrants have formed a caravan to invade the United States.
They threaten the very fabric of America as a nation.
But there is one horrible truth about the migrant caravan that will send a chill down the spine of every American.
The Caravan Hides A Sinister Truth About Invasion
The migrant caravan attracted massive attention in the run-up to the midterm elections.
Donald Trump made the thousands of migrants invading the United States the central issue in the campaign.
But while the headlines focused on the caravan, it hid a horrible truth about illegal immigration.
Tonatiuh Guillén López, who will take over as head of Mexico’s National Institute of Migration when the new government takes power on December 1st, revealed a startling truth.
He said the real problem with illegal immigration was the smaller groups of migrants who sneak across the border.
He described the caravan as only the tip of the iceberg.
“The issue is the movements we do not see, those who are not in the caravan, that is the big issue.”
However, he claimed the solution was more taxpayer money for Central American countries.
“The central question is what is being done so that people have opportunities at home,” Guillén stated. “You can’t manage these movements if at the same time you don’t have a development program, these have to go hand in hand.”
This is the same failed policy the United States pursued under past Presidents.
“If we don’t come up with development initiatives based on international cooperation, and we don’t confront the problem of Honduras and its crisis, we’re going to have the same cycle, each time more amplified,” Guillén claimed.
Donald Trump Enforces Immigration Laws And Mexico Is Furious
Donald Trump signed an executive proclamation changing asylum laws.
Migrants caught crossing the border illegally can no longer apply for asylum.
To apply for asylum, migrants must show up at a legal port of entry.
Trump also pressured Mexico to adopt a policy requiring migrants to apply for asylum in Mexico before they reach the United States.
But Mexico fought back against Trump’s planof stopping illegal immigration by having migrants apply for asylum in Mexico first.
“Mexico would have no reason to do this,” Guillén said. “We all need to share responsibility. Mexico already is receiving large numbers of Central Americans and the main issue is that we need to move forward in a regional approach.”
Trump’s tough new approach is necessary.
Between 350,000 and 400,000 illegal aliens are trying to invade the United States from Central America.
That is a near ten-year high.
These are not legitimate asylum seekers.
They are economic migrants.
Businesses want them in the country to depress the wages of American workers.
And so they abuse the asylum system with phony claims about gang or domestic violence.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.