Video Shows Migrants From Caravan Boarding Bus Back To Honduras
Caravans of illegal immigrants have been traveling through Mexico on foot in massive groups that overpowered their neighboring countries border defenses to get to the U.S. under false claims of seeking asylum. If so many people are willing to work together to accomplish the goal of reaching the U.S., I wonder what all those thousands of people could do to enact positive change in their own countries?
A video released by Newsflare which was taken on November 26 appears to show migrants from the caravans boarding a bus headed to Honduras. Was the whole journey of the caravan a paid for facade by political interest groups such as the Clintons or George Soros? Or were the U.S. border defenses simply stronger then migrants expected to face?
No one will really know until you can ask one of these migrants boarding the bus to return home but unfortunately, it's unlikely you would get a truthful answer. Americans in the comments section of the of the video said things like, "YEEES. Thank you, Mr. Trump." Another user wrote, "Orange man good" mocking the NPC meme which has labeled Trump the "orange-faced man".
Honduran migrants can be seen here waiting to board a bus, which was provided at the service of the Mexican National Migration Institute pic.twitter.com/Ma8JmvZk7R
Surely with the number of people and effort they expended walking to the U.S. border the migrants could have brought about a huge change to their home countries. They could have built dozens of homes, driven gang members from their communities, or done something to make their home countries better.
Peaceful protests turned violent Sunday prompting the U.S. to close the border and U.S. Border Patrol agents to fire tear gas to keep the crowds at bay, many of whom were throwing rocks and other projectiles. The brave men and women who are defending our border should be praised for they are doing a dangerous, thankless job but somebody has to do it.