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**SUBTITLES AVAILABLE--Loosely Translated** "...they are from China, there are Indians, there are people from Brazil, there are people from all over the world." HAPPENING NOW--large numbers of migrants from various countries--including Brazil and even as far as China & India--are traveling through Central America to the United States. Some are coming for a new opportunity in America. One member stated they heard about the caravan via local news reports. Judicial Watch is currently reporting on the ground in Guatemala. Stay tuned for more footage... Donate today! ►https://www.judicialwatch.org/donate/thank-youtube/ Subscribe on YouTube! ► https://bit.ly/2I26jgk Check out our website ► http://www.judicialwatch.org "Like" us on Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/JudicialWatch Follow us on Twitter ► http://twitter.com/JudicialWatch
BREAKING: Trump Just Exposed Caravans as “a BIG CON” Against U.S. Taxpayers President Trump pointed out that while many asylum seekers say they’re fleeing their homeland due to fear and a host of problems, it is quite ironic that as they march towards the U.S., they’re waving their country’s flags. Washington Examiner reported that President Trump questioned why Central American migrants heading toward the U.S.-Mexico border are carrying the flags of their home countries if they want asylum in the U.S. The majority of migrants have left their home countries to escape crime and poverty. After more than a month of traveling through Central America and Mexico, thousands have reached the border, with more not far behind. ….their country’s flag. Can this be possible? Yes, because it is all a BIG CON, and the American taxpayer is paying for it! — Donald J. Trump (@realD... #Foxnewssunday #LATESTNEWSTODAY #topstories
FBN's Stuart Varney on the political fallout from the migrant caravan.
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REVEALED: THE MAN WHO CREATED THE MIGRANT “CARAVAN”
As a migrant caravan roughly 7000 strong makes its way toward the United States southern border, the question has been raised as to how the group was organized. The Daily Beast interviewed who they credit with the origination of the caravan, Bartolo Fuentes, a Honduran ex-lawmaker. According to the Beast, Fuentes is the host of a radio show on migration called “Without Borders,” and put feet to that idea with his actions that triggered the migration. According to the report, it was sometime in September, when the former lawmaker realized that there were small groups of people hoping to leave Honduras and move north. According to the reports, the group numbered about 200 originally, however, Hondorus’ most-watched cable news channel picked up the story, and the caravan picked up participants. “After that news program I started to get hundreds of calls, then it took on a life of its own,” said Fuentes. “In Honduras, the government wants to minimize why people are leaving—they know they are going to leave and they want to say they are doing so because of lies and the opposition, not the conditions that they created. This is in line with what the United States is saying—that there are false promises being made. And this pro-government news program played into that messaging, trying to say that there is financing when really people just need to get out.” After the media attention, the message went wide, and Hondurans from across the country joined in. The Daily Beast reported that many did so, in order to avoid having to pay a coyote, or a human trafficker, which can cost as much as $7000, a real difficulty for many would-be illegal aliens. When President Donald Trump said on Monday that the caravan carried “Middle Easterners,” The New York Times fact checkers immediately attempted to dispel the notion. However, the Daily Beast’s report on the caravan states that, “as it happens, for more than a century ‘Middle Easterners’ have been a significant part of the Honduran pop...
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