ANOTHER Caravan Forms in Honduras – Nearly 1,000 More Migrants Headed to US Amid Border Crisis

by Cristina Laila April 10, 2019 48 Comments

Another caravan of nearly 1,000 people formed in Honduras Tuesday night with plans to march northbound to the United States to claim asylum.

This caravan will be right behind the “mother of all caravans” that is currently en route to the US border.

“There are more than 800, almost a thousand,” a police official told AFP.

One of the migrants in the new caravan said, “We are done with this government, there is no work.”
There is a huge crisis at the US-Mexico border with record number of illegal aliens flooding into the United States.
Asylum seekers are being released into communities because of dangerous “catch and release” policies.
No doubt these caravans of illegals are being funded by open border zealots looking to destroy US sovereignty.

The caravans are full of military-aged males from all over the world — we have no idea who is embedded in the caravans — dangerous Islamic terrorists and MS-13 gang members are known to be traveling with Hondurans headed to the US.
Rio Grande Valley (RGV) Sector Chief Patrol Agent Rodolfo Karisch said that in his sector alone, border agents have captured people trying to enter the country illegally from more than 50 different countries, including Turkey, China, Bangladesh, Egypt and Romania. “People are traveling across hemispheres to attempt to illegally enter the U.S., using the same pathways as the Central Americans,” he told lawmakers.

“Karisch noted that Border Patrol has apprehended more families illegally crossing the border in the first five months of fiscal 2019 than during all of fiscal 2018,” Fox News reported. “Customs and Border Protection (CBP) apprehended more than 76,000 migrants across the border in February and said it was on track to apprehend more than 100,000 in March. In the Rio Grande Valley alone, Karisch said that at current pace, they would have more than 260,000 apprehensions in his sector by the end of fiscal 2019. There were 162,000 in RGV last year. He also said that his agents apprehend, on average, 1,000 people a day.”
President Trump declared a national emergency in February to secure funding for a border wall, however, the insanely dangerous asylum laws are causing the biggest surge of illegal aliens flooding over the border.
DHS Chief Kirstjen Nielsen was forced out on Sunday and more heads are expected to roll soon.