Soros-Funded Lawyers Helping Caravan Migrants Gain Entry to the US
George Soros-backed National Lawyers Guild helping migrants win asylum in United States
As thousands of Central American caravan migrants descend on Mexico's northern border towns, a group of George Soros-backed attorneys is helping them gain entry to the United States.
Roughly 3,000 migrants have flooded the border city of Tijuana in Mexico, just south of California, hoping to gain entry to the US.
Thousands more Central American migrants are expected to soon arrive as they continue to travel north toward the U.S. southern border.
The mainstream media has painted the picture that the migrants are women and children asylum seekers, escaping persecution in their home country, but opposing reports have revealed that a large portion of the caravans is made up of mostly men who are looking for work.
According to Breitbart, at one point, the caravan was anywhere between 7,000 to 10,000 members strong and mostly consists of migrants with ineligible asylum claims, which include job-seekers, previously deported illegal aliens, and Central Americans looking to get away from crime.
None of these are eligible asylum claims.
According to the New York Times, lawyers with the National Lawyers Guild, a Soros-backed organization, are aiding the caravan migrants before they attempt to seek asylum in the U.S.":
Others have begun to deal in practicalities, walking a mile from the shelter to enter their names on a waiting list for an asylum interview. Some clustered around volunteer American lawyers who arrived at the shelter to explain the basics of asylum law. [Emphasis added]
“People don’t flee their country and go through the arduous trip on foot unless the situation is desperate,” said Gilbert Saucedo, a Los Angeles lawyer who helped organize the volunteers through the National Lawyers Guild. [Emphasis added]
“I have talked to maybe 100 people today,” he said on Saturday, “and maybe 70 percent had credible cases on the surface.” Yet many lack the documents they need to provide evidence. [Emphasis added]
#Texas Border Patrol agents have arrested a group of 39 #migrants attempting to enter the US, many having criminal histories that include convictions for homicide, child rape, and other sexual crimes against children.— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) November 20, 2018
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As Neon Nettle reported earlier this week, Mexican citizens have taken to the streets to protest the influx of Central American migrants, demanding that government officials take action and "kick them out."
Thousands of caravan migrants have flooded the border city of Tijuana, Mexico, where they are being housed by the government in immigration shelters.
Frustrated groups of Tijuana residents protested to the influx during marches on Sunday, saying they want to evict the migrants from a shelter that's housing approximately 2,000 Central Americans.
As the migrant caravans have traveled north through Mexico in their thousands toward the United States Southern Border, they have begun to lose favor with Mexican citizens, who were initially supportive of their campaign.