November 09, 2018

Caravan reports UPDATE: Trying to get answers from People Without Borders “volunteers”

David MenziesMission Specialist

The migrant caravan pulled over for a pitstop before continuing their journey to the town of Isla, and eventually, to the U.S. border.


I continued to try to talk to Mexican “human rights” workers who are following the route, mostly to no avail.

However, I finally managed to interview one gentleman, who said he was a volunteer for People Without Borders. (Interestingly, PWB is listed at InfluenceWatch.com as a project of a Chicago based illegal immigration advocacy organization called La Familia Latina Unida, which in turn has ties to George Soro’s Open Society group.)

Alas, my attempt to speak to one of his American colleagues wasn’t as successful…

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commented 2018-11-10 01:21:09 -0500
David, thanks for asking the easy , obvious questions that the MSM won’t ask.
commented 2018-11-09 22:06:21 -0500
STEPHEN E. commented 9 hours ago
They have all been offered asylum in Mexico, so when they get to the US border, they can no longer claim asylum in the US.

Better to close down the border than keep letting in people with an entitlement complex.
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No problem, Stephen, the Yanks know they’re actually on their way to Canada where The Groper will let them in. So the Yanks won’t stop them.
commented 2018-11-09 14:11:36 -0500
Don’t flip a coin Dave, pick the safe route.
commented 2018-11-09 13:01:22 -0500
They have all been offered asylum in Mexico, so when they get to the US border, they can no longer claim asylum in the US.

Better to close down the border than keep letting in people with an entitlement complex.
commented 2018-11-09 12:16:00 -0500
You’ll never find the truth about who’s paying for this. In Mexico, they lie about everything, based on my personal experience. And there’s no way that those volunteers are not paid.