New Migrant Caravan Emerges to Flood U.S. Southern Border During Coronavirus Panic
Judicial Watch has revealed that another migrant caravan from Honduras is heading up toward the United States southern border amidst an unprecedented pandemic and mass panic resulting from the spread of Chinese coronavirus.
The caravan started their trek from the northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula, and they are headed through Guatemala toward the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. A Mexican news report has indicated that their end goal will be the U.S. There are at least 500 migrants involved in this caravan at the present moment, and the number is expected to swell in the upcoming days.
“They left their country due to a lack of work opportunities and prevailing violence,” the article claims.
The illegal aliens are anticipated to arrive at the Guatemalan city of Tecún Umán late in the week. Making matters even worse, a Guatemalan newspaper indicated earlier this month that travel at the border of Mexico and Guatemala continues largely unimpeded with no health checks or screenings. This migrant caravan headed to the U.S. could be filled with carriers of the coronavirus.
Judicial Watch notes that Africans, Middle Easterners and Asians are being found amidst these caravans, which serve as a hot spot for terrorists and other undesirables to cash in a free ticket to the U.S. by exploiting this humanitarian crisis promulgated by the Left.
“When the first Central American caravan launched from San Pedro Sula in the fall of 2018, then Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales confirmed that nearly 100 ISIS terrorists had been apprehended in Guatemala,” Judicial Watch wrote.
“In 2017, Guatemala’s largest paper, Prensa Libra, published an in-depth piece on the inner workings of an international human smuggling network that moves migrants from Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh to the U.S.,” they added.
Inexplicably, the U.S. has opted to continue its taxpayer-funded refugee resettlement program to traffic third-world migrants into the country amidst a coronavirus pandemic that has shut down virtually the entire society.
Breitbart News reported on the decision made on Monday to continue the refugee resettlement program:
While President Trump has implemented travel bans on China, Iran, and Europe which have already stopped the flow of hundreds at land ports of entry, refugee resettlement to the U.S. from coronavirus-affected countries is continuing.
Between February 1 and March 15, the U.S. admitted 2,473 refugees — the overwhelming majority of which arrived from countries with at least one confirmed case of the coronavirus…
Before Trump implemented a travel ban on Iran, about 18 refugees were allowed to resettle in the U.S. over the month of February. Iran now has close to 15,000 coronavirus cases and 853 deaths.
Likewise, nearly 140 Iraqi refugees have been resettled, even while there are 124 cases of coronavirus in the country and 10 deaths. Another 182 Afghani refugees have been resettled while the number of coronavirus cases nearly doubled overnight to now 21 confirmed infections.
A large number of refugees, more than 830, from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Ukraine, more than 500, have been resettled in the U.S. The Congo has two confirmed coronavirus cases while Ukraine has five confirmed cases and one death.
A handful of states are taking the majority of these newly resettled refugees. California, for example, has taken 262 refugees while Washington has resettled 223. About 175 refugees have been resettled in New York, 170 resettled in Texas, 140 resettled in Kentucky, 127 resettled in Ohio, 110 resettled in Michigan, and 92 resettled in Pennsylvania.
Diversity and coronavirus are proving to be a dangerous combination for Americans who hope to mitigate the consequences of this ongoing pandemic.