Jorge Ramos: Migrants Becoming More ‘Intelligent,’ Exploiting Porous Border to Enter U.S. Illegally

Share:

Univision Anchor Jorge Ramos On Wednesday Evening Said That The Caravan Migrants Seeking Asylum Are Becoming More “intelligent” And Sneaking Into The United States Illegally Because They Have Discovered How Porous The U.s.-mexico Border Actually Is.

Speaking to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Ramos, who has been on the ground in Tijuana, Mexico, revealed that the Mexican government is expecting 9,000-15,000 more migrants and thousands more after Christmas.

“More are coming,” said Ramos, who said this week that the United States had a responsibility to “absorb” the caravan migrants.

Ramos said since President Donald Trump’s administration has created a “bottleneck” for the asylum-seeking migrants, the migrants are doing something “probably more intelligent.”

“If you go five miles that way or 25 miles that way, the wall that you see behind me disappears,” Ramos said. “If they don’t see a legal possibility of applying for political asylum, they’re just going to go a few miles… they are going to try to do it illegally.” –  READ MORE

 

Share:
No Comments Yet

Comments are closed