Several Migrant Caravan Members to Be Deported After Committing Crimes in Tijuana

More than 30 members of the migrant caravan camped out in Tijuana, Mexico will be deported after their arrests for breaking local laws.

“Tijuana officials said late Monday they had arrested 34 caravan members for drug possession, public intoxication, disturbing the peace and resisting police, and they would be deported to their home countries,” according to a Washington Times piece.

Many caravan members are feeling pressure from local residents in Tijuana who have protested their illegal passage into the country.

Big League Politics reported:

“OUT! OUT!” with the “criminales” chanted a hundreds-strong crowd of people of Tijuana, Mexico upon the arrival of the latest migrant caravan supported by the press but rejected by people throughout Mexico.

There were chants of “Tijuana First!”

President Donald Trump has always stressed the goodness of the Mexican people, and his support for the Mexican people. The country has a thriving economy — thanks in large part to the factories that fled the high corporate tax rates in America — and if not for the U.S.-focused cartel drug economy the country would be doing much better.

A great many of the Mexican people are nationalist people. This was on display as Mexican protesters chose to peacefully defend their home nation from an invading horde of Central American migrants.

According to the Washington Times, one migrant was arrested by border patrol after trying to swim across this border.

 

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