TAPACHULA, Mexico – The migrant caravan headed here to the US is starting to weaken as some
Some are asking questions about who is in the caravan, so CBN News asked our contributing
“I want to try and clarify some of what you’ve been hearing in the news media about this caravan
Holton spoke to numerous people in the caravan who said they joined the trek because they saw
“They are however being facilitated and enabled by groups like the UN, by groups like other NGOs
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“Now the other questions have been: ‘Are there felons, are there bad guys in this group?’ And I can
A Honduran migrant named Freddy was one of several people who told us they’ve been deported from
People are also asking about whether or not there are so-called “exotics” in the caravan – people who
The Somali man revealed he began his journey north from Brazil. Holton also spoke with others from
Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Eritrea and Pakistan who are joining the caravan to the US.
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Meanwhile, some people are saying the trip is too difficult and are deciding to head home. “I found
two people like that yesterday and actually helped them get back to the border of Guatemala,” Holton said.
“A lot more people would probably choose to go back home if it wasn’t being made easier to get to the United States by a lot of well-meaning groups who are helping these migrants,” Holton said. “And we can know one thing for sure and that’s that there will be a lot more caravans behind this one because everybody is ready to take advantage of the infrastructure being created by this caravan. And so we have to think hard about how we are going to help these people but also help ourselves.”
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