In a symbol of hospitality toward the mass invasion of illegal aliens, Secretary of State Blinken decided to meet the latest round of invaders halfway.
A sprawling caravan of migrants from Central America, Venezuela, Cuba and other countries trekked through Mexico on Sunday, heading toward the U.S. border. The procession came just days before Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrives in Mexico City to hammer out new agreements to control the surge of migrants seeking entry into the United States.
That’s why the Biden administration just lost a round in court over cutting through wire set up by Texas to let illegal aliens through into America, it’s why the Biden administration went to court to force Texas to stop blocking illegal aliens from swimming across the Rio Grande, and why it similarly went after Arizona’s former Gov. Ducey for setting up a blockade of shipping containers.
Typically the action of folks who want to control the invasion.
The potential good news here is Biden trading Blinken and Mayorkas for millions of illegals.
President Biden is dispatching his senior officials to Mexico in the coming days for direct talks on efforts to curb mass migration at the U.S. border, the White House said Thursday.
In the best case scenario, they’ll stay in Mexico. That alone will do more than anything to control the invasion.
Meanwhile, the invasion continues. This latest one has over 6,000 illegals in it.
Despite previous attempts by Mexican authorities to dissuade such migrations by employing tactics where security forces observe and wait for the caravan to tire out, the current caravan’s sheer size indicated a persistence of migrant flows that has been challenging to curb.
Yes, the “wait for them to tire out” approach does show a real commitment to dissuading the invasion.