Former Texas Representative Mayra Flores shared alarming footage on Wednesday, showcasing a massive migrant caravan moving towards the U.S.-Mexico border. This group, comprising over 15,000 individuals, is reportedly one of the largest caravans ever recorded. [Source]
Flores, taking to social media, expressed her dismay over the situation. “Happening Now: A caravan is headed to the US Border and could be the largest ever at over 15,000 people,” she noted. Flores criticized the migrant rights leaders orchestrating this movement, accusing them of manipulating and deceiving the migrants. “These so-called migrant rights leaders should be prosecuted,” Flores stated emphatically. [Source]
Echoing Flores’ concerns, Fox News contributor Sara Carter shared the footage and provided a more sinister interpretation of the event. “This is an example of weaponized migration,” Carter explained. She emphasized that such occurrences are not spontaneous but are orchestrated by adversaries like Venezuela, Iran, China, and Russia, using migration as a tool of war. [Source]
Carter’s commentary delves deeper into the implications of this movement on U.S. national security. “The only way this is possible is when our own government has abdicated our national security, leaving our nation vulnerable to our enemies,” she remarked. Highlighting the dangers, Carter pointed out that among the migrants, there could be criminals, terrorists, and terrorist sympathizers, posing a significant threat to the safety and security of the United States.
This incident comes at a time when immigration policies and border security are hot topics in U.S. politics. The Biden administration faces criticism for its handling of border security, with many believing that the current policies have led to a surge in illegal border crossings.
The size and composition of this migrant caravan have raised alarms about potential national security threats. As the caravan approaches the U.S. border, it remains to be seen how the U.S. government will respond to this developing situation.