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Over in Tijuana, the locals aren’t thrilled about migrant caravan moving in

If you’d like to know what real Mexicans think of the Central American caravan snaking through their country, the San Diego Union-Tribune’s Sandra Dibble actually went out to Tijuana, their final destination before entering the U.S., and asked one:

“Why do they have to come to this completely residential area,” asked Gloria Martinez, who lives across the street. “Why did they have to come here? Just now, I saw one in a bikini taking out the trash.”

The residents of Tijuana, where the organizing group, Pueblo Sin Fronteras has a base, and where the migrants are camping out in an upscale Playas de Tijuana apartment or condo, are actually organizing a neighborhood group against the coming mess:

Just the prospect of the arrival of large numbers of Central Americans already has fueled opposition of some Tijuana residents. A Facebook group, Tijuana en Contra de la Caravana Migrante (Tijuana Against the Migrant Caravan) — counted more than 1,000 members. It calls for deportation of caravan members without legal status in Mexico, a measure necessary “to avoid their causing a collapse of our region.”

Read the full story from American Thinker

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