Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday he would send a letter to U.S. President Joe Biden urging him to make it easier for migrants to obtain work as the two governments seek to tackle a jump in immigration.
Previously we all know it was an initiative effort of the Mexican President to Joe Biden, yet recently, Mexican officials cut off a new migrant caravan.
The border crisis is not an accident, it’s just Biden making good on campaign promises.
The crisis on our southern border began shortly after President Biden took office. President Trump had managed to stem the flow of migrants by building a border wall, increasing support for Border Patrol, and getting Mexico to use its military to block migrants from traveling north. Most importantly, Mr. Trump sent a clear message that the days of open borders were over.
The 400-strong caravan left Tapachula on Saturday and is largely made up of military-aged males from Haiti, Venezuela, and Central America.
Reuters reported that At around 5 a.m. local time, members of Mexico’s National Guard and the National Institute of Migration (INM) began surrounding the migrants on the edge of the southern town of Huixtla, prompting some of them to flee, a Reuters witness said.
In the ensuing commotion, some parents in the caravan made up largely of Central Americans, Haitians, and some Venezuelans were separated from their children as the officials sought to intercept migrants who ran for the banks of the River Huixtla.
Mexican security forces blocked the passage of a new migrant caravan and detained several people, as the government moved to break up the group a day after it set off from southern Mexico for the U.S. https://t.co/n1z6nnECgq pic.twitter.com/PwbAXVEMYI
— Reuters (@Reuters) September 6, 2021
This Mexicans has been very innovative with the Biden administration keeping a goal to get into the United States in the easiest way while benefiting the funds of our taxpayers.