CARAVAN CHAOS: Migrants Call Trump 'ANTICHRIST,' Say President 'Going to Hell'

Oct 23, 2018, 01:41
CARAVAN CHAOS: Migrants Call Trump 'ANTICHRIST,' Say President 'Going to Hell'

President Donald Trump on Monday continued to spout baseless conspiracy theories about a caravan of migrants and asylum-seekers now walking through Mexico on the way to the us border.

But Mr. Trump said he's also not thrilled with Mexico's response. "If he doesn't repent, he's going to hell".

Those restrictions were too onerous for many migrants, for whom Mexico is a hurdle to be surmounted as they reach for their real goal of taking jobs in the USA or reuniting with family already in the country - usually illegally. "They're joining the caravans because the migration routes through Mexico are perilous for them and highly expensive", says Elizabeth Oglesby, an associate professor of Latin American studies at the University of Arizona, who has studied Central America and human rights issues. I have alerted Border Patrol and Military that this is a National Emergy. Believing their odds to be greater in numbers, the migrants have already passed through Guatemala and have another 1,600 miles to go through Mexico until they reach the US' southern border.

The president devoted one tweet to an explicit attempt to connect the caravan and the midterm election campaign, urging people to "think of and blame the Democrats" if they see a caravan or an attempt at illegal immigration.

"I will seal off the border before they come into this country and I'll bring out our military, not our reserves".

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If a migrant in the so-called caravan does not apply for asylum or possess the proper documents to travel into Mexico, the United States will not recognize their claims for refugee status and will IMMEDIATELY return them to their home country.

The migrants say that they are trying to escape violence and poverty.

The group voted in favour of continuing their journey, and they managed to pass the authorities.

Trump suggested terrorists were embedded in the caravan.

United Nations deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said large numbers of migrants were still arriving in Mexico and were "likely to remain in the country for an extended period".

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The migrant caravan heading to the United States from Central America entered Mexico on October 21, and has been moving northward as thousands more migrants have joined the group on their journey.

The president tweeted Monday, citing no evidence, that "criminals and unknown Middle Easterners" were part of the migrant caravan. By this past weekend, the caravan had swelled to an estimated 7,000 people.

After being temporarily halted by Mexican police in riot gear as they tried to cross the Guatemalan border in Mexico, the group reorganized and vowed to march to the USA border.

Ulises Garcia, a Red Cross official, said some migrants with injuries from their hard trek refused to be taken to clinics or hospitals, because they didn't want to leave the caravan.

The migrant caravan, which started out more than a week ago with less than 200 participants, has drawn additional people along the way.

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He was speaking specifically of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, the three countries that account for most of the children and families flowing north in recent years.