With the caravan in Tijuana descending into a sozzled mess and den of pestilence, caravan organizers Pueblo Sin Fronteras now say they have nothing to do with it and seem to have skipped town.
Get a load of the interesting stories within this long piece that ran in the San Diego Union-Tribune that begins with a migrant thinking about going back to Honduras (emphasis mine):
“I think this is the end,” Benavides said.
The experience taught her not to believe things as they appear, she said. Many in the caravan have said they felt deceived by the messages they received along the way about what awaited them at the U.S. border.
The caravan had leaders as it traveled north, Benavides said, but she hadn’t seen them since Sunday’s march to the border.
Though she had family in the U.S. ready to help her if she’s allowed inside, she didn’t know how to begin the process of asking for asylum or where to go for information.
Read the full story from American Thinker
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