February 5, 2019
The U.S. Department of Defense has identified three ogranized northbound caravans of migrants, preparing to enter the United States.
With the aid of a Mexican official, the lead caravan was fast-tracked to the U.S. Mexican border this week.
The Governor of Coahuila (Mexican state) gave the most recent caravan about 50 buses, to transport them to the border.
Last night they arrived at Piedras Negras, across from Eagle Pass, TX.
The border between Piedras Negras, Mexico and Eagle Pass, Texas contains NO significant walls or barriers.
It is considered a relatively easy
location for coming into the United States illegally. Border Patrol agents in that area have been placed on "High Alert" status!
Border Patrol Preparing for the Onslaught: dfw.cbslocal.com...
What concerns Department of Homeland Security, is that the Caravans have changed tactics, due to the most recent one falling apart at the Tijuana/San
Diego border, due to the presence of a miles-long steel wall.
It looks like these 3 caravans will be amassing across from the Eagle Pass, Tx. "soft spot" in our border security. And then make a major thrust to
rush the border, overwhelming U.S. border patrol/security, and subsequently disappearing into U.S. society.
Also, this part of Mexico is where a verified/convicted TERRORIST has taken over a Cartel. Hector Raul Luna, who is known as “El Tory”,
orchestrated attacks on Americans in Monterrey Mexico, 11 years ago. He will likely try to take advantage of the chaos, to sneak drugs and/or
terrorists, into America. For more on El Tory, see the below article..
Anti-America Terrorist Now Controls a US-Mex Border Cartel:
If 10,000 to 15,000 people suddenly rush our border, what should U.S. law enforcement (Border patrol, Sheriffs, etc.) do?
Should the military
be involved? I bet the 4,000 additional troops suddenly being sent to the US-Mex border, will be assigned to Texas, near that "weak spot" in our
edit on 2/6/2019 by carewemust because: (no reason given)