Train Stoppage in Monclova
- A cargo train, originating from Monterrey and heading to Piedras Negras, was halted in Monclova, Mexico. This stoppage took place 147 miles away from its final destination.
- The migrants chanted, “Let us continue.”
- Concerns arise that these migrants might attempt crossing the U.S. border at Eagle Pass if the train reaches Piedras Negras.
🚨Breaking: A train full of Illegals are currently on their way to INVADE our Southern Borders
Why are we not calling the NATIONAL GUARD to CLOSE our borders. Why haven't these Republicans grown a pair of BALLS
🔍ZOOM IN: Count how many different nationalities are on the train pic.twitter.com/OJGsXedCmW
— Marjorie Taylor Greene Press Release (Parody) (@MTGrepp) September 19, 2023
Happening Now: And just like clockwork, thousands more illegals spotted jumping the next train north to the US border. This is the second train in two days. Encounters with illegals are now at a record high 9k per day.
Coming soon to a neighborhood near you! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/MSXMfXQGef
— Lucky Burglar 🇺🇸 🏴☠️ (@lucky_burglar) September 19, 2023
Migrant Movement Trend
- Even with U.S. warnings to migrants to refrain from coming, large numbers continue to migrate.
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported more than 35,000 migrant encounters on the southern border in just a few days, averaging nearly 9,000 daily encounters.
- Last month, over 20,000 migrants were held in Border Patrol custody in the Rio Grande Valley sector, Texas. This included families, infants, children, and unaccompanied minors.
- Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, emphasizes that Texas cities have majorly shouldered the impact of illegal immigration. He suggests that “sanctuary cities” should equally share this responsibility.
- Texas has initiated a busing program to transport migrants to cities like NYC, Chicago, and LA, to alleviate pressure on border towns.
- This month, over 35,000 migrants were bused to various “sanctuary cities.”