Wednesday, May 2, 2018

IN YOUR FACE INVASION CONTINUES: Refugees In 'Caravan' Climb U.S.-Mexico Border Fence, Chant 'Yes We Can!'

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More than 200 refugees from Central America who have moved in a caravan across Mexico have gathered at the U.S. border in Tijuana, with some scaling the border fence and taunting U.S. officials while shouting "Gracias, Mexico!"
In a nod to former president Barack Obama, dozens also chanted “Si Se Puede!” (Yes We Can!) from atop the fence.
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The caravan started out with some 1,500 refugees from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, and the hundreds that have reached the U.S. border plan to apply for asylum in the U.S. Pro-immigration groups have dispatched lawyers to Tijuana to help instruct the refugees on how to get into the country.
Mexico has allowed the refugees to move unimpeded through the country, which prompted their gratitude.
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