Monday, November 22, 2021

Illegal Migrant Caravans of 9,000 to Invade U.S. Border; Texas Army National Guard Preps for Migrant Caravan with Riot Drills Near Border, and related stories

Illegal Migrant Caravans of 9,000 to Invade U.S. Border:
When Belarus sent Iraqi migrants to invade Poland, suddenly journalists actually did their job and reported on who was behind the invasion. But when it comes to border invasions in this country, the media acts like it's all an organic natural phenomenon even when it's clearly planned.
A second migrant caravan has departed Tapachula, Mexico, with the stated goal of reaching the United States.

A crowd of Haitians and Central Americans estimated at 3,000 people left what they call their “open-air prison” near the border with Guatemala on Thursday and Friday, according to Mexican news reports and social media.

The group is led by Center for Human Dignity leader Luis Garcia Villagran. He means to join a dwindling crowd headed by former Arizona activist Irineo Mujica in Veracruz.
And there's another one coming. --->READ MORE HERE
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Texas Army National Guard Preps for Migrant Caravan with Riot Drills near Border:
Texas Army National Guard soldiers conducted aerial deployment exercises along the U.S. bank of the Rio Grande Wednesday. The soldiers arrived and deployed via heavy lift helicopters to a recently erected makeshift border wall fashioned from recycled shipping containers. The drills are conducted as part of Operation Lone Star.
The soldiers could be seen disembarking from several CH-47 helicopters and moving toward the border behind the makeshift wall. Black Hawk helicopters also flew overhead. The Black Hawks are designed to provide fire suppression when supporting ground troops.
With Mexico in the backdrop, the riot gear-equipped soldiers formed line and wedge formations and moved strategically behind the barriers.
Texas Department of Public Safety Troopers can be seen fortifying the border wall with patrol vehicles. --->READ MORE and Watch Video HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

National Guard, DPS preparing for another potential surge at the border

Texas testing a new migrant deterrent called 'The Steel Curtain'

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