Massive Migrant Caravan Breaks Through Mexican Forces On Way To U.S. Southern Border

An enormous migrant caravan thousands-strong has mobilized and is making its way up through Mexico to the U.S. southern border.

The migrants, who are mostly from Central America, departed Tapachula, Mexico, which sits on the border of Guatemala, on Saturday en route to Mexico City.

Mexico’s National Institute of Migration forces were deployed to stop the caravan from passing further north.

But the caravan overwhelmed the Mexican troops and continued their journey to America.

The caravan operation is so sophisticated that every migrant on the journey reportedly received a QR code to register their participation, presumably by open-border NGOs.

Though most of the caravan is Central American migrants, others are reportedly Haitian, Cuban and Venezuelan.

One migrant seen waving an American flag with no stars explained to a reporter that it means that “America is for everyone.” Signs on the ground also said “Joe Biden is for all,” and “We come in peace.”

Irineo Mujica, the so-called leader of the caravan, explained to Fox News correspondent Griff Jenkins that the migrants actually prefer to stay in Mexico to work, but Mexico’s harsh immigration policy coupled with Joe Biden’s open-border policy has compelled them to settle for America instead.

Mexico “should give them papers here,” Mujica said. “They should give them an opportunity to work here because a lot of them don’t want to be in the U.S., but the Biden administration…it’s like calling them like cattle.”

“Mexico, it’s a good place to live and work,” he added.

This comes as border apprehensions hit a record high under the Biden administration, with 1.7 million crossing documented in fiscal year 2021.

A DHS official told NBC News that this migrant caravan “should realize that traveling in large numbers decreases their odds of being able to enter the U.S.”

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