The migrant caravan is slowly making its way towards our southern border with Mexico and continues to grow. Local reporters are saying the migrant caravan marching through Mexico to the U.S. border has grown to more than 14,000
The Mob is growing exponentially. By the time they hit the border how large will it be? There are multiple caravans heading to the border.
Perhaps another major group has formed, but there have been five large groups that have been traveling and combining since early last week.
When the MSM estimated numbers of 4,000, the actual numbers were around 10,000. Now that they are admitting numbers around 14,000, we would be fools to think those numbers aren’t at least double the reports.
We are a great Sovereign Nation. We have Strong Borders and will never accept people coming into our Country illegally!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 24, 2018
The migrant caravan marching through Mexico to the U.S. border has grown to more than 14,000, one Mexican news outlet reports, and President Trump is readying a federal response if needed.
Although the group of migrants that set off from Honduras two weeks ago numbered about 2,000, the number has been growing in the last weeks, topping 14,000 now, El Universal reported.
The news outlet said that the new estimate of marchers comes from “municipal authorities,” the Catholic Diocese in the Mexican city of Tapachula, and the Mexican National Migration Institute.
“The first group walked for 37 kilometers from Ciudad Hidalgo to Tapachula on Sunday afternoon and was comprised by 5,333 children, women and men,” El Universal reported. Then 3,000 more men, women and children started “to walk under the rain.” More
Will they all rush the border as some have suggested? Please comment below and let us know your thoughts.
Kamala Harris told CNN that Americans should be “welcoming” and “tolerant” of the mob of new Democrat voters, who they hope to see crossing the border before the midterm elections.
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