Illegal Immigrants Being Lured To United States By Countries Advertising Free Life In America

Video of migrants talking about free life in America

Immigrants say home countries advertising free life in America

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ootd377U7IY&feature=share

Partial Transcript

As agents here in the valley are continuing to apprehend immigrants by the thousands many of those people are saying they're coming because they're seeing advertisements on their local news about better opportunities here in America.

Are being advertised in their home countries like this man who says he's a pastor from Guatemala. The center's if a Green has a child when he legally Crossing they'll be let go after processing something this man tried to do so good as me. He traveled with a young child agents day. It is in his they were able to have them in admit to them that he was not the father of the child. He did it. He said he couldn't locate his own papers so needed another way in and the reason why they do is because it's the easiest way for them to actually come into the country and they're able to after being processed.

They will be let go because of our limited capacity at this time.

Some are advertising prices online. We found this post showing prices depending on the route you'd like to take. Some of them even offering Services via social media this woman from on Buddha says, she paid the coyote because she needed to find a job in the United States in order to send money back to her family. And she's one of thousands who say they're seeking a better life the Rio Grande Valley sector continues to lead the nation in illegal apprehensions and drug seizures reporting in the Rio Grande Valley with complete value coverage city of numbness cbs4 news. Where's filming this video on location over? Period of several days I'm going to tell you where we are. And what's

Viewer comments

Larry Lung: I wish the reporters had gone a further step and talked about who is doing the advertising. That would be radical no-border groups such as Pueblo sin Fronteras, who promote, organize and finance the caravans coming up from Central America. Their stated purpose is to overwhelm the immigration services of the US.

My thoughts

I find it interesting to read the comments on the videos like this. A lot of people asking who is dong this advertising. People admitting to kidnapping children for the journey. Other videos with women talking about being paid hundreds of dollars to give up their children to strangers for this journey.

Liberals could not care less about these things. They only want to claim this all shows how terrible Trump is to enforce the laws against these things.

I am noticing an increase in bad driving by people who seem to know no English when I contact them and try to politely let them know about how they almost wrecked into me or someone else, or clearly ignored signs like “Do Not Enter” etc. Is there a connection? Liberals will say I am just imagining this, there is no evidence of a connection, it is just as imaginary as claims of voter fraud. Why is there no stats on this? Because if a cop dealt with them, he is not even allowed to investigate the connection, stats like this are purposefully not kept.

A Friend Doesnt Trust Reports Like This If They Dont Come From Mainstream Media

A friend says: 1: not a legitimate news source. I don't speak the language(s) and have no reason to trust the translation or even if the people pictured are genuine or actors. I'll wait for a major news network before having an opinion on the content. 2: Those of us you call Liberals would be happy with Eisenhower or Teddy Roosevelt. For someone who claims to read at such lofty levels, your writing leaves much to be desired

My Comment on that

I could definitely spend some more time editing some posts. Based on my limited knowledge of Spanish, I will ask someone who is several levels deep into college level Spanish about what is being said.. Several seemed to be clearly quoted as coming for the work.

Multiple stories are making these claims, this seemed to be clearest and closest to the source of talking with the actual people. Perhaps it is possible this is as made up as the fake pictures AOC was caught red-handed taking.

For years there have been allegations of Mexican government printing coming books to tell their poor how to migrate north, Mexico handling their poverty problem by exporting their most burdensome people to us, and enjoying the benefit of the money they send back to Mexico.

New York Times is definitely not very mainstream or legitimate, this is obviously Trump's fault too, as it was happening in 2005, and hundreds a year were dieing on the the journey then too…

“This is not the action of a friendly neighbor,” said Representative Tom Tancredo, the Colorado Republican who chairs the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus. “What would the Mexican government say if we encouraged our citizens to violate Mexican law?”

Others said the pamphlet only highlighted the need to revamp the American immigration system, which seems to have no effective response to the yearly flood of Mexican migrants seeking jobs. “The publication is nothing more than another symptom of a broken immigration system,” said Paul L. Zulkie, president of American Immigration Lawyers Association.

New York Times, 2005: A Mexican Manual For Illegal Migrants Upsets Some In The U.S.

https://www.nytimes.com/2005/01/06/world/americas/a-mexican-manual-for-illegal-migrants-upsets-some-in-us.html

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 5, 2005 - The Mexican government drew fire from American advocates of tighter borders on Wednesday for publishing a pamphlet that instructs migrants how to safely enter the United States illegally and live there without being detected.

Officials here say the small booklet, illustrated in comic-book style, is not intended to encourage illegal immigration, but to reduce the loss of life. Last year, more than 300 migrants died while crossing rivers and deserts to reach the United States.

The guidebook also advises would-be migrants to avoid hiring professional immigrant-smugglers and to refuse to carry packages for others. It also instructs people never to lie to border officials, carry false documents or resist arrest.

But groups favoring stricter immigration controls said the pamphlet amounted to a how-to manual for illegal immigrants. The booklet gives advice on what clothes to wear when fording a river and how to cross a desert without getting dehydrated.

It also counsels migrants to keep a low profile once in the United States, telling them, for instance, to stay away from loud parties or discos that might be raided by the police and to stay out of domestic disputes, which might lead to an arrest. Finally, it lists what rights migrants have if caught, among them safe transport home, medical care, food and water.

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