The Department of Homeland Security is using paid undercover informants to gather information on the migrant caravan moving towards the U.S. border.
VIDEO - Judge Jon Tigar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California blocked President Trump’s order that would deny the asylum for the illegal migrant caravan headed to the U.S. Border.
Tijuanans have had enough of the migrants who have occupied their city and are telling them, loud and clear, to go back home. Get out, they’re telling the invaders, you’re not welcome here.
Department of Homeland Security officials said there are at least “500 criminals” among the migrant caravan on the Mexican side of the U.S. border south of San Diego.
The U.S. is open to anyone who wants to claim asylum and the president can’t do a thing about it, says Judge Jon Tigar of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Juan Manuel Gastelum, the mayor of Tijuana, the border town where some of the migrants immediately tried to climb the border fence upon their arrival, sounds more like President Trump than CNN's Acosta regarding his assessment of the migrants.
Contrary to what exiled CNN reporter Jim Acosta said about the “migrant caravan,” they are indeed scaling the border fence and attempting to enter the United States illegally, even as Congress fights over border-wall funding.
About 400 migrants, including a group identifying as “LGBT,” arrived at the border city of Tijuana, ahead of the main caravan that intends to cross into the United States illegally.
Thanks to virtue-signaling Democrats in New Jersey, three people in Missouri are dead at the hands of an illegal alien who should have been deported, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said on Friday.
In his proclamation denying asylum to those crossing illegally, President Trump noted that the Border Patrol is overwhelmed at the border and handling some 2,000 aliens every day.
President Trump kept his promise to issue an order that will prevent the relentless migrant horde streaming across Mexico for the southern border from claiming asylum and entering the United States.