ALERT: Thousands Of African Migrants Amass At Tijuana/US Border Seeking Entry To US
Eddie Savage | RedFlag News Desk
Video has surfaced of African "refugees" gathering at the Tijuana border seeking entry to the U.S.
The video raises some serious concerns. Like how did they get to Mexico and who is paying for it? This has Soros written all over it. More importantly, what are all these military age males going to do once they get through? Your guess is as good as mine, but I recommend stocking up on guns and ammo.
If you're questioning the validity of this video, I recommend reading this article from The San Diego Union Tribune.
The unprecedented arrival of Haitians, Ghanaians, Pakistanis, Mexicans and others seeking entry into the United States at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in recent weeks has sent Tijuana’s migrant shelters scrambling to find enough beds, blankets, food and other necessities to serve this increase of people awaiting processing by U.S. authorities.
The newcomers typically have been staying two or three days in Tijuana, awaiting their turn to walk into the massive land port for formal questioning by U.S. border officials.
After spending years helping tens of thousands of Mexicans deported from the U.S. find their bearings in their native country, the shelters have been grappling to assist both the new flow of foreigners, numbering in the hundreds, and the rising stream of people from Mexico’s interior who travel to Tijuana to gain entry to the United States, usually through the asylum process.
The situation at San Ysidro first came to light just before Memorial Day weekend, when several hundred asylum seekers flooded the pedestrian entrance at the port of entry, sleeping on the floor, while the overflow was forced wait on the sidewalk outside its gates.
“Nobody seems to know why this happened in late May 2016,” Murphy said. “One of the theories is that somebody figured out they can make money on this, and so smuggling started from down south of Mexico.”
Murphy said he and shelter directors learned of the situation when they were summoned on May 26 to a meeting with Rodulfo Figueroa, the regional delegate of Mexico’s National Migration Institute. Figueroa asked for their help in caring for the new arrivals while they waited in Mexico.
Figueroa said in an interview that 1,112 people had “rescued from the streets” by his agency’s migrant protection unit and delivered to six Tijuana shelters from May 26 to June 8. Of those, 65 percent are Mexican and the remainder from third countries, his figures showed.