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‘Organised busing operation’ to US border revealed

Just in case the migrant caravan does not arrive at the nearest US border crossing at McAllen, Texas soon enough in time for the November 6 midterm election, some shady organisations have been aiding the caravan.

Published: October 31, 2018, 10:09 am

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    Since its departure from Honduras nearly three weeks ago, “human rights” groups have been employing a new tactic: Busing.

    This speedy pace will help ensure that images of border patrol agents arresting families and separating small children from their parents are flashed in the news headlines in the days and hours before the polls open.

    Fox News reported on Tuesday that migrants from the caravan are being loaded on to chartered buses and transported to the next stop on the trail to the US, after they refused Mexico’s offer of asylum, shelter and jobs.

    Fox News reporter Griff Jenkins discovered multiple professional buses lined up to bring the migrants to the border in time for the vote. Jenkins counted more than 11 buses waiting for their passengers the Mexican state of Oaxaca.

    A second caravan has meanwhile crossed into Mexico from Guatemala. Two more caravans have started off in Guatemala and El Salvador.

    “Something new that’s developing here,” Jenkins noted. “This is the first time I have seen an organised bus operation from the state of Oaxaca actually getting volunteer buses to put people … on them and take them to their next location.”

    It is still unclear who is paying for the buses. Jenkins believes more busses are on their way.

    Getting the migrants to the border, where a US military border presence is waiting, is now clearly a key Democrat election strategy to convince moderates that they would be committing an inhumane act by supporting Republicans who stop migrants.

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