…the good nature of Americans must be countered with cold hard facts.
There is a caravan heading to the southern border filled with “wretched refuse” and the “tempest-tost.” The two-mile-long human chain began in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and is just now reaching Mexico City. They are a bedraggled bunch, with blistered feet, but alive with hope and possessed by determination to reach American soil.
So, along they trudge, seemingly unaided for mile upon mile, waving the flags of their homeland with sights set on the promised land. But promised by whom?
This is where the good nature of Americans must be countered with cold hard facts. The United Nations, the Democratic Party, George Soros, and Pueblo Sin Fronteras, an immigration-rights group with chapters located in Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco, are responsible for the freshest encroachment on U.S. sovereignty.
And George Soros, along with mega multinational financial services institution MasterCard, may be providing pre-paid debit cards to the migrants.
It’s no secret that in 2016 Soros and MasterCard formed a partnership, Humanity Ventures, to make good on a pledge that the gazillionaire made to spend $500 million in addressing “the challenges facing migrants and refugees.”
Soros has made good on his pledge: just ask the good people of Europe, slogging through a daily invasion of undocumented immigrants wielding debit cards a la Humanity Ventures. As a Slovenian news site reported, funds appropriated by the United Nations and from Soros were loaded onto cards and handed out willy-nilly:
“The cards are equipped with both EU and UNHCR logos. No identity documents are required to obtain or use the cards – instead of the name of the cardholder, UNHCR and a number [are] printed on the card.”
Not much of a stretch to believe the Honduran caravan is also ripe with debit cards to help, as MasterCard once promised, “master the possibilities.”
Soros repeatedly has denied any involvement in the Central American caravan but, really, what are the odds?
No one is taking credit for advertising and launching the mass migration from Honduras, although Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández advised his citizens to return home and to “not let yourselves be used for political purposes.” Yeah, that speaks volumes without naming names. But we do know Pueblo Sin Fronteras took over organizing efforts once the caravan entered Mexico from Guatemala.
Alongside those organizations coordinating travel routes and contacting towns and villages on the way for additional assistance, the American Red Cross is on the ground delivering aid to the migrants. Requests for information by Liberty Nation on specifics was met with a non-specific, well-scripted reply:
“As part of a global network, Red Cross and Red Crescent teams have long delivered humanitarian relief to migrants around the world. In line with Red Cross fundamental principles, the Guatemalan Red Cross, Honduran Red Cross, and Mexican Red Cross have been providing aid such as medical care, drinking water, and family reconnection services to migrants walking through Central America and Mexico.”
But let’s face it, 7,000 people need bathrooms, food, shelter, and water. Babies have an entire microcosm of necessary provisions, including diapers, formula, and strained foods. Empanadas from local street vendors aren’t infant friendly.
No one appears willing to confess details. Well, except Beto O’Rourke’s campaign, which is in hot water for redistributing campaign funds to the caravan. O’Rourke spokesman Chris Evans admitted as much in a statement:
“Staff members took it upon themselves to use prepaid cards from one of our more than 700 field offices to buy baby wipes, diapers, water, fruit, and granola bars and donate them to a local humanitarian nonprofit (Annunciation House) that helps mothers and children in the community.”
Now what if all our Democrat campaigns were diverting resources for a group of uninvited migrants who have pledged to swarm our borders?
Can we all agree that staying silent, and not condemning a mass overflow of Hondurans and others seeking asylum and putting our own citizens behind the needs of others, is being complicit and encouraging an uninvited invasion? Yes, that was a rhetorical question aimed straight at the Democratic Party.
Soros is an open-borders advocate who will obviously do whatever he deems necessary to access the bounty of America and redistribute it to a global world. And at his beckoning, under the guise of humanitarian efforts, the American Democratic Party has fallen into lockstep with his policies.
The Promised Land
This latest of migrant caravans has not requested our help through any legitimate or legal avenue. Heck, they aren’t even brandishing a single U.S. flag – which might pull the heartstrings and soften the resolve of Americans. These people have rebuked their president’s warning of being political pawns, largely turning down Mexico’s offers of financial aid and employment, and continue to march to a country where a majority of citizens are less than hospitable to their invasion.
The migrants are not alone. They are well-funded by a host of organizations – from the good old U.S. of A. — ensuring their safe passage.
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,” opined Emma Lazarus in her sonnet, The New Colossus, a poetess’ contribution to a fundraising effort for the construction costs of the Statue of Liberty’s pedestal. It is a powerful statement to welcome immigrants – legal immigrants – to Ellis Island.
What it isn’t is verbiage in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights.