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Caravan Baby Suffers Chickenpox, Malnutrition, Father Refuses Aid to Stay Course To U.S.

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Migrant Caravan Father Refuses Treatment Sick Child

A Mexican radio station reports that a Honduran father refused medical help and a Humanitarian Visa to treat his child’s chickenpox and severe malnutrition so he could continue traveling to the United States with the Honduran migrant caravan.

Radio Formula reports a shocking case of parental neglect within the Honduran migrant caravan heading for the United States, as the parents of a six month old baby, sick with chicken pox and suffering from malnutrition, refused an unprecedented offer from the Mexican government to provide a Humanitarian Visa and six months of treatment for the deathly ill child.

On Twitter, Radio Formula journalist Ciro Gómez Leyva posted a video showing the parents’ apathy toward the fate of their child, adding the message “This baby with chicken pox that travels in #CaravanaMigrante is on the verge of death and his parents do not seem to care.” Leyva added that Mexico’s Institute for Migration “offered them a humanitarian VISA and medical attention, but they rejected all the help.”

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According to Radio Formula, at the authorities’ insistence the father agreed to spend one night in Hidalgo, Mexico so his child could receive emergency medical treatment. The next day the father refused further treatment and attempted to rejoin the caravan, telling the doctors it was “because his friends had already advanced along with the caravan.”

President Donald Trump has remained insistent that the caravan will be met with force should it attempt to enter the United States, even as powerful Democrats are revealed as the source of its origin, and members of the caravan have started to make violent threats against the United States.

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SUV Carrying 27 People Crashes with Semi Truck Near Mexican Border, At Least 15 Killed

A tragedy that could’ve been avoided.

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A Tuesday morning crash involving an SUV and a semi truck has killed at least 15 people.

The crash occurred near Holtville, California, a town close to both the Arizona border and the US-Mexico border. The SUV, according to the New York Times, pulled into the path of the semi at an intersection.

14 of the victims were pronounced dead at the scene, while another died at the hospital. At least six other victims are currently receiving treatment at the hospital as well.

It is believed that 27 passengers were packed inside the SUV, which had a maximum legal capacity of seven to eight people. Because of this and the crash’s proximity to the US-Mexico border, it is probable that the passengers were illegal immigrants being smuggled into the United States.

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The California Highway Patrol has not officially confirmed their immigration status because it is still under investigation, but Dr. Adolphe Edward of the El Centro Regional Medical Center said he believes the victims to be illegal aliens.

Big League Politics is closely following the illegal immigration crisis that’s been brewing since Joe Biden’s assumption of the White House. We recently reported on how the Border Patrol expects 13,000 illegal alien minors to arrive at the US-Mexico border in just the month of May. We also reported on Biden’s DHS secretary Alejandro Mayorkas claiming that he didn’t think the situation at the border constitutes a crisis:

Another reporter asked Mayorkas if he thought there was a crisis at the border, to which he replied: “I think that the answer is no. I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing, and we have our resources dedicated to managing it.” Despite the reporter’s pushback on his claim, Mayorkas reiterated that his team was working “around the clock” to address the issues confronting the DHS and that the level of illegal immigrants coming across the border constitutes a challenge, not a crisis.

Illegal immigration is harmful to both the nation and the migrants. Tuesday’s accident near the border was a tragedy that could’ve been avoided.

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