UPDATE: 6/7/22 11:21 a.m. Eastern. Later news editions of Telemundo and Univision aired on 6/6/22 at 5:30 p.m., and 11:30 p.m., informed that the presidents of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Bolivia, joined Mexico´s Andrés Manuel López Obrador in declining to participate in the Summit of the Americas. These countries, according to anchor Patricia Janiot, are precisely "were most of the immigrants come from".
Original story below:
Forget about the faux Biden "Don't Come" talking point intended to keep undocumented migrants from crossing into the United States. Now, according to the Latino network newscasts, a record-breaking, 15,000 migrant strong caravan is making its way through Mexico to send "a message" to the leaders gathered at the Summit of the Americas currently under way in California.
Watch as Telemundo shifts from the ´stay away´ threat to report on the longest and biggest caravan that correspondent Pedro Ultreras has “had to cover in recent years”; now, the motivation for the onslaught is to “send a message to Latin American leaders that the immigration problem is still very big and that they need them to help”.
SATCHA PRETTO: I want to tell you that we are looking very closely at the progress of a massive migrant caravan now departing from Tapachulas, Mexico, very close to the Guatemalan border. Some 15,000 persons would walk together with the goal of arriving on American soil, and it would be the largest deployment of its kind to cross through Mexican territory.
PEDRO ULTRERAS: It is the longest and biggest caravan that I have had to cover in recent years. They want to come to the United States to ask for asylum. They are also taking advantage, according to the organizers, that the Summit of the Americas, starts today there in the United States, and they want to send a message to Latin American leaders that the immigration problem is still very big and that they need them to help.
According to the Telemundo midday newscast aired on June 6, 2022, 80 percent of the migrants in the caravan are Venezuelans, a demographic that is largely being returned by the Biden administration to Colombia under Title 42. In addition, their government is NOT participating at the Summit of the Americas, as neither are those from Cuba, Nicaragua, and, as confirmed today, Mexico.
Additional evening and late night Telemundo and Univision reports informed that the presidents of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Bolivia, had joined Mexico´s Andrés Manuel López Obrador in declining to participate in the Summit of the Americas. These countries, according a report by anchor Patricia Janiot, are precisely "were most of the immigrants come from".
Regardless of how many of the estimated 15,000 migrants expected to march through Mexico do manage to enter the United States, we can expect more, many many more to follow once Title 42 is lifted: exactly 18,000 a day, according to Department of Homeland Security (DHS). So much for Biden´s "Don't Come".
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