An invasion force, a virtual army of over 7,500 migrants from Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico, is hellbent to illegally cross the US border. Along the way they break laws and destroy obstacles in their path. So far they have illegally entered Mexico, and as of October 23, they have 1,000 miles to go to the closest US border crossing.
In fact, Mexican news outlets HERE are now reporting that there are over 14,000 who are part of the march north.The fake news on main stream media puts their misleading, emotional spin on the whole corrupt affair with their selective photography and misleading interviews.
Here are two examples:
While showing the 7,000-mostly-man march, ABC Evening News reported,
“Trump, meanwhile, in a series of tweets asserted that "criminals and unknown Middle Easterners" are amid the crowd, for which he offered no evidence. ”
To demonstrate that Trump is a liar, ABC switched over to their Latin reporter, Bio Benítez, who they proudly claim was dispatched into the middle of the mob, where he interviewed a very sweet woman and her son to prove that Trump was wrong.
Or could it possibly be true that ABC News performed a selective, well scripted slander of Trump out of their leftist play book by picking out one of the very few women and children in the mob of over 80% men?
ABC ignored this headline from two days earlier:
100 ISIS Terrorists Caught in Guatemala as Central American Caravan Heads to U.S.
Here is more of the story from Judicial Watch:
In a startling revelation, Guatemala’s president announced in the country’s largest newspaper that nearly 100 ISIS terrorists have been apprehended in the impoverished Central American nation. Why should Americans care about this? A caravan of Central American migrants is making its way north. Let’s not forget that Guatemala is one of the countries that bombarded the U.S. with illegal immigrant minors under Barack Obama’s open border free-for-all. They came in droves from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala through the Mexican border and for years Uncle Sam rolled out the welcome mat offering housing, food, medical treatment and a free education
A terrorist could have easily slipped in considering the minors, coined Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC), were not properly vetted and some turned out to be violent gangbangers who went on to commit heinous crimes in their adopted land of opportunity. In fact, the nation’s most violent street gang, Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), was energized by the barrage of UACs. The Texas Department of Public Safety even issued a report documenting how the MS-13 emerged as a top tier gang in the state thanks to the influx of illegal alien gang members that came with the UACs. At the time more than 60,000 UACs—many with criminal histories—had stormed into the U.S. in a matter of months. Tens of thousands more eventually made it north.
Much more evidence exists of Middle Easterners and non-Latin elements are part of this invasion as reported by Laura Ingraham below:
Women and children are positioned near the front of the marching mob as “human shields” to intimidate police and to present a wonderful pro-migrant, but false, photo op.
Does ABC care about this? Apparently not. They would rather use their emotion-laden air time to slander our President.
Here is another example of Fake News from the left-leaning Associated Press. In a recent report they highlighted quotes from fellow leftists, in highly emotional fashion:
““It is a shame that a president so powerful uses this caravan for political ends,” said Irineo Mujica of the group Pueblo Sin Fronteras — People Without Borders — which works to provide humanitarian aid to migrants.”
Political ends? My God, this is a freakin’ illegal invasion by a lawless army! The AP report continues…
“Some have questioned the timing so close to the vote and whether some political force was behind it, though by all appearances it began as a group of about 160 who decided to band together in Honduras for protection and snowballed as they moved north.
“No one is capable of organizing this many people,” Mujica said, adding that there are only two forces driving them: “hunger and death.”
I’ll add several more “forces driving them”:
- Free American welfare
- Free American medical care
- Free American education
- Free American meals
- For some unknown number,
- an opportunity to terrorize our nation
- an opportunity to rape, steal, and kill
- an opportunity to expand their cartels and peddle drugs
The AP was so kind as to send in a team of their emotion pandering leftist journalists to further report this:
A team of AP journalists traveling with the caravan for more than a week has spoken with Hondurans, Guatemalans and Salvadorans, but has not met any Middle Easterners, who Trump suggested were “mixed in” with the Central American migrants.
This coming from “a team of AP journalists”, likely comprised of 20-somethings sympathetic to this event or who were likely incapable of distinguishing a “Middle Easterner” from a “Middle Martian.”
Here is more selective interviewing:
Ana Luisa Espana, a laundry worker from Chiquimula, Guatemala, joined the caravan as she saw it pass through her country.
Even though the goal is to reach the U.S. border, she said: “We only want to work and if a job turns up in Mexico, I would do it. We would do anything, except bad things.”
Denis Omar Contreras, a Honduran-born caravan leader also with Pueblo Sin Fronteras, said accusations that the caravan is harboring terrorists should stop.
“There isn’t a single terrorist here,” Contreras said. “We are all people from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua. And as far as I know there are no terrorists in these four countries, at least beyond the corrupt governments.”
Not a single terrorist in the army of 7,500. He would know. I’m sure he did a security check on all 7,500 hundred of them. And he certainly has no bias; no axe to grind. Certainly not.
And there you have it, from the unbiased, squeaky clean Associated Press, with emphasis on the first syllable of their name.
Thank God for Trump who has the kahunas to state facts not driven by blind deceptive emotion – and who hopes to defend US citizens from a lawless, blood-sucking hoard.
Or is it kinder and gentler to suggest “there are many fine [lawbreaking] folks in that group [army] heading north. It is highly unlikely [likely] that there are any [likely hundreds of] bad people [MS-13; ISIS; pedophiles; ex-cons] among the poor migrants [army well-funded by someone] who just want a place to work and be family [aka Honduran mafia][suck blood].
PS: For those who question my use of the term “army” when referring to this group of “walkers”, I offer you this further explanation:
When a large mass of organized people – e.g. 7,500 to 10,000 - comprised of foreign, non-citizens, who along the way violate laws and destroy property, with intent to illegally enter another nation and further intent to consume that nation's resources with an unknown significant number likely a criminal or terrorist element, heck yes it is an invading army. There is little significant difference between walking and marching. The results will be the same as if they were a literal invading army.
Definition of “army”: A large body of people organized and trained for land warfare. “Warfare” means “Armed conflict. Military operations marked by a specific characteristic: guerrilla warfare; chemical warfare [in this case illegally breaking down barriers and or crossing borders with intent to influence or control the defending nation and subjugate its resources.]. A state of disharmony or conflict.