Mexico Deports Over 1,000 Back To Honduras From New 2020 Caravan!

Mexico Deports Over 1,000 Back To Honduras From New 2020 Caravan!


I love how one person referred to it….”Trump’s SECOND wall.”

Referring to Mexico.

Remember when Mexico was an open sieve?

When they were doing absolutely nothing to help us and only contributing to the problem?

Not only has President Trump greatly shorn up our Border with Mexico, he’s also turned Mexico itself into a first line of defense to screen out a lot of the problems before they even hit out border.

Absolutely genius.

And it just happened again as Mexico has reportedly deported at least 1,000 migrants back to Honduras after illegally crossing the Mexican southern border.

Some reports say the number is actually over 2,000.

Look:

Haha:

Reuters reports:

Mexico’s government said on Tuesday that it largely halted a caravan of undocumented Central Americans migrants who waded across a river into Mexico, and says others who attempt to enter the country illegally will face the same consequences. 

The caravan, part of a group of several thousand people who last week fled rampant gang violence and dire job prospects in Honduras, are a major test for Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s strategy for stopping U.S.-bound migrants. 

Though President Donald Trump’s promised border wall has not been built, the number of migrants crossing the southern U.S. border has dropped sharply as Mexico stepped up the policing of its borders under the threat of punitive U.S. tariffs. 

Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said about 1,000 people managed to cross the country’s southern border on Monday from Guatemala. 

Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) said it deported 219 migrants to Honduras by plane in two separate flights. Ebrard said another 144 people were sent by bus. 

“These two flights are the first of the year and we expect to carry out more in the coming days,” the INM said. 

On Monday the INM said it detained 402 migrants and transferred them to immigration stations where they will receive food, water and shelter. The INM will return them to their home countries via airplane or bus if their legal status cannot be resolved. 

It is unclear if some of those deported are the same people whom the INM said it had detained. 

“We do not know if another group will arrive and, if so, we will have the same type of response,” Ebrard said at a news conference. 

Mexican security forces clashed with the Central American migrants who crossed into Mexico on Monday, in a chaotic scramble that saw mothers separated from their young children. 

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The Human Rights Observation and Monitoring Collective in Southeast Mexico, a collective of aid groups, said it spoke to an “upset” woman being escorted by an INM official and National Guard soldier who had lost track of her son and daughter. 

“The woman said that when she was detained she asked the officers to let her go find her 5-year-old daughter, but they didn’t let her do so and she lost contact with her,” the collective said in a statement. 

A Reuters witness on Monday spoke to at least two mothers whose young children went missing amid the chaos, as the migrants on Mexican soil scattered in an attempt to avoid being detained by Mexican officials.

And from the IBT:

ican migration authorities said they have deported 2,300 Hondurans who illegally crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States.

The "assisted return" of the Central Americans took place between January 18 and Monday, according to the interior ministry and the National Migration Institute.

A total of 1,064 Honduran migrants were deported on National Guard planes and charter aircraft, they said in a statement.

Another 1,239 were repatriated by land from the southern states of Chiapas and Tabasco, the institute said.

The Central Americans entered Mexico last week from Guatemala with the so-called "2020 Caravan" with the intention of heading to the United States.

Mexican authorities said the deportations were carried out "in compliance with the migration law and with full respect for human rights."

Members of the National Guard last Thursday used tear gas as they arrested some 800 members of the caravan along the southern border with Guatemala, causing panic among the migrants who included women and children.

DHS has long warned of violence and lawlessness in this caravan...

From the Washington Times:

Another massive migrant caravan has left Central America en route to the U.S., and Homeland Security said it’s keeping tabs on its movements and expects Mexico to step up and disrupt as much of the caravan as possible.

Acting Secretary Chad F. Wolf also warned of reports of “violence and lawlessness” among caravan participants.

He said the U.S. has people in Central America working with countries there to block people, and signaled those who do make it across Mexico to the U.S. will be met with the same wall of policies that helped derail last year’s migrant surge.

“Being part of a large group, like a caravan, provides no special treatment or benefits to those who participate,” Mr. Wolf said. “Should any members of the caravan reach the U.S.-Mexico border, they will be processed accordingly and quickly removed, returned or repatriated.”

The Center for Immigration Studies has been tracking the caravan since word developed last month that it was going to form in Honduras.

As of the middle of this month, the caravan stood at about 1,500 people, with hundreds more waiting to join up. The mass of people is now at the Mexico-Guatemala border, where Mexican officials are hoping to constrain it.

Under pressure from President Trump, Mexico last year deployed tens of thousands of national guard troops to its northern and southern borders to try to control the massive flow of Central Americans using its territory as a path to reach the U.S.

And from Rush Limbaugh:

RUSH: Now let me give you another example here of why what’s happening now is a great new normal, in addition to life expectancy up for the first time in four years and all the other economic news that I cited. Yet here’s Christiane Amanpour lamenting (impression), “Why can’t we go back to the good whatever the old normal was?” back when those people ran the show and were running the country into stagnation. Try this story:

Mexico Deports More than 2,000 Caravan Migrants to Honduras — The Mexican government announced it has so far deported more than 2,000 members of the latest migrant caravan, demonstrating the seriousness of [Mexico]’s newfound enforcement of illegal immigration.” Let me ask you: Who else but Donald Trump would have even tried to make Mexico act responsibly like this? There’s not another American politician who would have even tried this.

There’s not a single American politician that would have leaned on Mexico to stop anybody coming through their country on the way to the United States. Donald Trump is the only politician who said he would do it, and he’s done it. “The National Migration Institute and the Mexican National Guard commissioned eight chartered planes and 34 buses to remove the members of the migrant caravan. Roughly 1,064 Hondurans were deported by ground transportation, while another 1,239 were deported by aircraft.”

A pull quote from the story: “Mexico has nonetheless made it clear that its territory won’t be used as transit for illegal aliens to reach the U.S.” (repeats) “Mexico has made it clear…” This is the day after the NAFTA replacement signed into law at the White House by President Trump. Why isn’t this part of a burgeoning new normal? Well, I mean, the question answers itself.


Yahoo News reports the number deported was 2,300:

Mexican migration authorities said they have deported 2,300 Hondurans who illegally crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States.

The "assisted return" of the Central Americans took place between January 18 and Monday, according to the interior ministry and the National Migration Institute.

A total of 1,064 Honduran migrants were deported on National Guard planes and charter aircraft, they said in a statement.

Another 1,239 were repatriated by land from the southern states of Chiapas and Tabasco, the institute said.

The Central Americans entered Mexico last week from Guatemala with the so-called "2020 Caravan" with the intention of heading to the United States.

Mexican authorities said the deportations were carried out "in compliance with the migration law and with full respect for human rights."

Members of the National Guard last Thursday used tear gas as they arrested some 800 members of the caravan along the southern border with Guatemala, causing panic among the migrants who included women and children.

Thousands of Central Americans have crossed Mexico toward the United States in caravans in recent years, fleeing chronic poverty and brutal gang violence in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

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