November 05, 2018

Caravan report UPDATE: “Coyote” in sheep’s clothing? Interview with migrant “straggler” doesn’t add up

David MenziesMission Specialist

Just outside of Oaxaca City, Mexico, we encountered a young man from Honduras who told us he was part of the migrant caravan, but something didn’t add up.

For one thing, the rest of the caravan were miles and miles away, so how did he get so far ahead of them?

Could he have been a scout sent ahead by the organizers to find out the lay of the land with respect to law enforcement?

That was what our driver thought but watch as I interview him and try to get something other than the oft-heard talking points we usually hear.

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commented 2018-11-06 11:26:54 -0500
William Kay….Even if your idea worked, one North & South America, The lazy Middle Easterners and Africans would sneak in for the freebees. Worse yet, they breed so fast and then vote in the type of Governments that they were forced to flee.

Razor fences at borders of successful countries.
commented 2018-11-06 10:15:58 -0500
you mean 600 million welfare recipients the rest of us can pay for. They have no money to invest they are economic migrants. The very governments these people come from have caused their own economic demise. The most populated countries on earth must be great places to live and have prosperity and great economies ya right.
commented 2018-11-05 23:49:23 -0500
To be honest, I’ve long been a believer in the North American Union. Imagine free movement of people, goods and investment from Panama to Alaska; from Puerto Rico to Vancouver Island; a growing market of 600 million consumers; and hands-down the natural resource and natural energy super-power of the world. The North American Union would be militarily unassailable. It would be a global cultural exemplar. The caravan represents the logical extension what is transpiring on the ground; it is a fulfilment of inevitable, beneficent market forces and harmonious political tendencies. Bring it on!
commented 2018-11-05 20:01:22 -0500
BILLY HOWARD since when did Zuckerberg care about anything other than raking in money?
In fact Zuckerberg and free press and truth do not belong in the same sentence.
commented 2018-11-05 18:57:28 -0500
I notice is flagged as “dangerous” on Facebook. I guess Zuckerberg doesn’t think much about free press and the truth.