‘Christmas Caravan’ to Crush US, Community Organizer Leads Onslaught of Illegals with Demands to Enrich Cuba- or else

López Obrador, the President of Mexico, and his activist pal are creating some political theater to push for their collective demands from the United States to assist Cuba.

Real America’s Voice correspondent, Oscar El Blue, reported live from the area, and showed the groundswell of illegal invaders that is being primed to make demands of Democrat Joe Biden and his administration:

“Luis García Villagrán is an activist and general coordinator of the Human Dignification Center A.C. He is also one of the leaders of the migrant caravan that left Tapachula, Chiapas on October 23, 2021 and another that left the area on Christmas Day. García claims he is an evangelical Christian, knowing that such claims will make many Americans believe he is a humantarian- and he claims his faith motivates him to lead migrant caravans to illegally force themselves onto the American people and make demands for social justice. 

Kari Lake posted about the Community Organizer and his most recent usurpation of the US:

From The Hill‘s recent reporting on the situation:

A migrant caravan departed Mexico’s southern city of Tapachula on Monday, as the Biden administration ratchets up pressure on Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to impose tighter limits on migrants crossing his country.

The reportedly 6,000-strong caravan is the largest organized group of migrants to form in Tapachula since 2022, when news of a similarly sized caravan threatened to overshadow the Summit of the Americas, hosted in Los Angeles by the Biden administration.

The new Christmas caravan promises to be a political headache for both President Biden and López Obrador, as Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and White House homeland security adviser Liz Sherwood-Randall are due to meet the Mexican president Wednesday.

That meeting will follow phone conversations between the two presidents, in which López Obrador called on Biden to reduce sanctions on Cuba as part of a strategy to reduce migration in the hemisphere.

But according to local reports, the caravan is in part motivated by Mexican enforcement actions in Tapachula, near the border with Guatemala.

According to Diario del Sur, a local publication, more than 100,000 migrants are stalled in the city, awaiting paperwork allowing them free transit through Mexico.

In the past, Mexico’s strategy of slow-walking papers has led to unrest among migrants eager to leave the country’s poorest regions. That unrest can contribute to the organization of caravans, in which migrants travel together both for protection against organized crime and against extortion demands from corrupt Mexican officials.

According to reports, the caravan’s leaders are carrying banners calling the movement an “exodus from poverty,” and it is mainly composed of people from Cuba, Haiti and Honduras.

According to the BBC, activist Luis García Villagrán in part blamed the movement on the ease of crossing from Guatemala to Tapachula.

“The problem is that the southern border [with Guatemala] is open, and 800 to 1,000 people are crossing it daily. If we don’t get out of Tapachula, the town will collapse,” García Villagrán told the BBC.

Biden is under increasing pressure to reduce the number of U.S.-Mexico border apprehensions, a metric for immigration policy success largely set by Republicans but readily adopted by the Biden administration.

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has reported more than 200,000 encounters at the southwest border for 16 of the last 24 months, and all signs point to similar statistics in December.

The Biden administration is telegraphing a revamped emphasis on immigration enforcement as a means to reduce those numbers by touting its deportation statistics, embracing concessions on border policy in favor of aid to Ukraine, and dealing directly on the matter with López Obrador.

López Obrador has proven to be an effective transactional partner to the United States on migration enforcement — his acquiescence to programs such as “remain in Mexico” under threat of tariffs from the Trump administration was essential to their application.

While Biden is unlikely to resort to such threats, CBP has closed major commercial border crossings because of manpower shortages, putting a strain on the Mexican economy and binational border communities, and spurring López Obrador to take quicker action.

But caravans like the one organized Thursday threaten to limit López Obrador’s range of action to deliver reduced numbers of encounters at the U.S.-Mexico border.

And López Obrador’s quid pro quos could upend other areas of Biden administration policy — López Obrador on Friday reiterated a longstanding demand that Biden soften his stance on Cuba, implicitly laying blame on U.S. policy in Latin America for the migrant exodus.

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