Mexican Govt: Second Migrant Wave Armed With Molotov Cocktails and Other Weapons

Alex Hall | October 30, 2018
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According to Breitbart, Mexican immigration authorities have issued warnings about caravan migrants using incendiary weapons such as molotov cocktails against officers who enforce the border. 

The warning was issued by Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM). The agency claimed it learned of various individuals in Tecun Uman, Guatemala, were building Molotov cocktails with the intent of using them against Mexican border authorities. In a public statement, INM asked the Guatemalan government to intervene, adding the violent actions were those of “criminals and not of a vulnerable migrant population.”

Yesterday, MRCTV posted footage of migrants assaulting the gates at the Guatemalan border, hurling a storm of rocks and other projectiles at law enforcement.

Mexico's Secretary of the Interior Alfredo Navarette Prida claims that local authorities are in the process of identifying the bad actors at the center of this violence, particularly those who are creating and using incendiary weapons. 

While Democratic politicians may be trying to say there's nothing to fear about the approaching migrant caravans, such as Obama's claims that “a bunch of impoverished, malnourished refugees 1,000 miles away” do not pose a risk to American sovereignty" or how journalists are pretending there are no unvetted middle easterners infiltrating its ranks, the migrants themselves can attest that both of these attempts to assuage fears are wrong. 

Local Spanish-speaking news claimed that there are some migrants in the caravan from as far as Bangladesh, while other migrants have admitted the presence of obvious criminals "everywhere" among the caravan's ranks.

With the Mexican government itself admitting that migrants are creating Molotov cocktails, Americans have cause to believe beyond a reasonable doubt that there are extremely dangerous elements among this migrant caravan.