They say that joining a large group offers more protection against police officers and bandits.

 A larger group of at least 3,500 Hondurans, left that country in mid-October and is now in southern Mexico making its way to the US.

Press TV reports: Dozens of the Salvadorans had arrived at the Guatemalan border by Sunday afternoon and were having their documents checked.

 The Hondurans, which had left their country in mid-October, are now in southern Mexico, which is hosting some 7,000 to 14,000 US-bound Central American migrants, mostly Hondurans, according to UN figures.

A third caravan of Central American migrants has also been moving through Guatemala.

 Also on Sunday, hundreds of migrants in that group — which originally numbered over 1,000 before splitting — broke through a gate at the Guatemala border with Mexico in Tecun Uman on Sunday, prompting clashes with police.

 Local sources said security forces used rubber bullets against the asylum seekers, and that one person, Honduran Henry Adalid, 26, was killed.

 Central American migrants say they are escaping from violence, corruption and unemployment at home. They believe travelling in caravans would better ensure their safety while passing through violence-hit Mexico before reaching the US soil.

 The US-bound migrants are defying threats from President Donald Trump to deploy troops to the border to prevent their entrance.

 Trump and his fellow Republicans have sought to highlight the immigration “crisis” ahead of the midterm elections scheduled for November 6, in which the party is battling to keep control of Congress.

 Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on “Fox News Sunday” said Trump was determined to exercise all his power to stop asylum seekers from crossing the border into the US.

“We have a crisis at the border right now … This caravan is one iteration of that but frankly we essentially see caravans every day with these numbers,” she said of the 3,500-strong group of Hondurans in southern Mexico.

“I think what the president is making clear is every possible action, authority, executive program, is on the table to consider, to ensure that it is clear that there is a right and legal way to come to this country and no other ways will be tolerated,” Nielsen added.

 Trump has made his hard-line stance on immigration an integral part of his presidency and has promised to build a wall along the US-Mexican border to curb the flow of migrants from Mexico and Central America into America.

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What can I say, it figures.

INVASION INDEED. THEY HAVE EMPTIED THEIR DAMN COUNTRIES AND ARE HEADED STRAIGHT 

FOR OURS

ART IV SECT 4 GIVES THE PRES ALL HE NEEDS TO DEFEND THIS NATION. AND DEFEND IT WE MUST.  THIS ASSAULT IS A THREAT TO THE SOVEREIGNTY OF AMERICA AND TO ALL OF THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE HERE

THEY HAVE NO RIGHT TO DO THIS AND MUST BE MET W/FORCE

Bonnie,

 There seems to be some info not shared, because someone was angry over all the military opts to be used.

 They will not be stopped at the border, Tent City is going up, with immigration officers, attorneys  to represent.

 Military Courts

Medical facilities

Food and water

And around 500 or so Media Networks....

6000 US Troops

2100 National Guards

And hundreds of people to watch the event.

RSS

LIGHTER SIDE

 

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‘Restrictive’ Gun Control Did Not Prevent Christchurch Massacre

 New Zealand requires licensing and in-depth background checks for would-be gun owners, but neither gun control policy prevented Friday’s attacks in Christchurch that killed nearly 50 people.

The University of Sydney’s GunPolicy.org describes New Zealand’s gun control as “restrictive,” because owning guns in that nation is not a guaranteed right but a privilege extended by the government.


Moreover, before legally owning a gun, residents must acquire a license. The acquisition of that license involves passage of a background check that “considers criminal, mental health, medical, addiction and domestic violence records.” Third party references must also be provided to authorities during the license procurement process and interviews are conducted with the applicant’s immediate family.

Even after licensing, New Zealanders cannot buy a handgun or “military style” semiautomatic without providing an acceptable explanation for why they want such a firearm. Additionally, those firearms must be registered with the central government upon acquisition.

It is illegal to sell a gun to anyone without a license, which means the background checks for license acquisition are universal; they cover all gun sales and transfers. And in the event that an individual is buying a gun from a friend or neighbor instead of retail, “the buyer… is obliged to pass official background checks before taking possession.” Also, “the number and type of firearms which can be sold by a licensed gun dealer to a single gun owner is limited to one pistol, military style semi-automatic firearm, or restricted firearm per acquisition permit.”

Further, gun show sales are highly regulated in New Zealand.

Democrat lawmakers in the U.S. are promoting many of these very gun controls–universal background checks, licensing, more gun show regulation, limits on the number of guns that can be purchased, etc.–arguing that these measures will make Americans safe. It is not yet clear how the killer in Christchurch acquired his weapons, yet we see that these gun controls did not prevent an attack that killed nearly 50 unarmed innocents.

More than one mosque was attacked in Christchurch, and the shooters who converged on a mosque in Linwood were reportedly chased by an apparent attendee who happened to be armed for self-defense.

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