Who Is Paying For The Chartered Buses That Are Dropping Migrants Off At The U.S. Border?

Thousands of people have been dropped off via chartered bus at America’s southern border with potentially thousands more to do the same in the coming days. Think about that – chartered buses. The Establishment Media would have us believe thousands of people in Central America suddenly picked up simultaneously for a long journey to the U.S. where they would all attempt to claim asylum and during the last stretch of that trip they would arrive via charter bus. Wait, it gets worse. Eyewitness accounts estimate up to 80% of those getting off the busses are young males, not the women and children the media has been so quick to show. 

Several charter buses arrive just past midnight Nov. 20, 2018, and in the early hours Nov. 21 to the Unidad Deportiva Benito Juarez, the sports complex that city opened up as a makeshift shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. It's unclear exactly how many migrants had traveled on board. But inside, 3,000 other migrants had been arriving in Tijuana since last week. Overcrowded shelter, with minimal options on space with little other choices, many of them settled into the cold and damp field of the outdoor baseball stadium.

Via AZ Central:

TIJUANA, Mexico — The latest wave of migrants traveling through northern Mexico as part of a large caravan began arriving overnight Tuesday and early Wednesday in Tijuana, where hundreds, and possibly thousands, more migrants are expected to follow in coming days.

Several charter buses arrived just after midnight Tuesday at the Unidad Deportiva Benito Juarez, the sports complex that the city opened as a makeshift shelter. It’s unclear exactly how many migrants were in the latest group. But inside, there were 3,000 other migrants who had arrived in Tijuana since last week.

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Other observers have noticed something else about the caravans of people pushing up against the southern border – most appear to be very well fed.

Several charter buses arrive just past midnight Nov. 20, 2018, and in the early hours Nov. 21 to the Unidad Deportiva Benito Juarez, the sports complex that city opened up as a makeshift shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. It's unclear exactly how many migrants had traveled on board. But inside, 3,000 other migrants had been arriving in Tijuana since last week. Overcrowded shelter, with minimal options on space with little other choices, many of them settled into the cold and damp field of the outdoor baseball stadium.

All of which leads to the question of who is providing food and transportation to thousands at a cost of what would likely be hundreds of thousands of dollars? Some say anti-American globalist, George Soros. Others claim it might be Central American governments. Whoever it is, they clearly want to create mass chaos at the border and directly challenge President Trump’s tough border security stance.

For now the thousands of migrants are waiting in Mexico as the Trump administration has all but closed down the border crossing.

More busses are arriving, though, and with it more chaos and a greater chance for violence as the Establishment Media cameras watch and wait to use such images to push the border back open, quite possibly for good so they can claim victory against the president and the American sovereignty the president is working so hard to protect.