On Fox & Friends on Monday, reporter Jorge Ventura says he witnessed hundreds of illegal immigrants fleeing the border into Yuma, Arizona.
The Daily Caller’s Ventura spoke about what he’s seen at the southern border and why migrants are being encouraged to enter the country.
Coyotes and traffickers guide migrants where to cross the border wall, according to Ventura.
“We counted in the thousands.” I met migrants from 11 different countries in only a few hours, including Georgia, India, Russia, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Afghanistan. And I came across a lot of single guy groups, which you don’t see much down at the border,” he continued.
The video was taken as a major migrant caravan, which had expanded to well over 10,000 migrants as it started off toward the U.S. border from southern Mexico, has now disbanded after Mexican officials handed migrants temporary permits — though organisers insist they will still continue to the United States.
According to Fox News, nearly 8,000 migrants in the caravan had obtained a migrant multiple form, according to organiser Luis Villagran (FMM). They can travel freely in Mexico for a limited time with this travel visa.
According to Ventura, migrants are unconcerned about Title 42 deportation and are “here to stay” in the US.
Reporter Jorge Ventura claimed on Fox & Friends on Monday that he spotted hundreds of illegal immigrants fleeing the border into Yuma, Arizona.
Ventura of The Daily Caller talked about what he’s observed at the southern border and why migrants are being urged to come in.
According to Ventura, coyotes and traffickers direct migrants where to cross the border wall.
Organizer Luis Villagran said Fox News that roughly 8,000 people in the caravan have obtained a migrant multiple form (FMM). With this travel visa, they can travel freely in Mexico for a certain time.
Migrants are unconcerned about Title 42 deportation, according to Ventura, and are “here to stay” in the United States.
Migrant caravan participants walk down the street in Huixtla, Chiapas, Mexico, on June 9, 2022. The caravan from Huixtla to Mapastepec has resumed with an estimated 3,000 migrants.
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“The Yuma Border Patrol is furious. They claim, “Hey, we’re kind of like Uber drivers,” and that they don’t even do border patrol. He told host Steve Doocy, “We do border enrollment, which is essentially collecting up migrants to get into processing centres and back and forth.”
On June 9, 2022, migrant caravan participants walk down the street in Huixtla, Chiapas, Mexico. With an estimated contingent of 3,000 migrants, the caravan from Huixtla to Mapastepec resumed.
“We handle border enrollment, which entails gathering migrants to transport them to processing centres and back.” It was greatly emphasized as per the reports were given by the sources.