VIDEO: O’Reilly Guest EXPOSES Exactly Whose Paying For The ILLEGAL CARAVAN
One of the many things that liberals are turning a blind eye to these days is not so much the migrant caravan that’s pledged to crash through the US border, but how they got there to begin with.
Recently, Bill O’Reilly discussed this issue on his program with a guest and to say it shattered a lot of the liberal perception would be an understatement.
That’s a heck of a lot of people to be moving for starters and they to be fair didn’t look like they had the means to travel from their homes to the end of the street without someone helping them.
The whole “poor them” notion can be debunked in several ways, one of them in something many people have done at least once; the long distance move.
Think of it this way you have a family of four that is going to move 500-1000 miles away from where they currently live. They might start talking about it six months to a year before they actually move. They might start looking for a house shortly after that, begin boxing up all their things a month or so before the move, hire the movers and everything that a move of any size would entail.
This also takes a good bit of money, whether you are hiring a mover or driving the truck yourself. That means that unless you’ve got a rich uncle paying for this you are going to be paying for this yourself. Then again, anyone that has any association with a liberal cause has a rich Uncle George don’t they?
Anna Paulina, director of Hispanic engagement at Turning Point USA, spoke with Bill O’Reilly about the caravan of illegal aliens that traveled from Honduras, Guatemala—and from who knows where, as they plan to band together and illegally cross over into the United States from Mexico.
O’Reilly asked Paulina who was funding the illegal caravan. Her anwer may, or may not surprise you.
According to the –American Thinker, several major ultra-liberal foundations and corporations have supported the asylum-seeking migrant caravans, and Soros’ funding has been tied to several groups that have spearheaded the “refugee” invasion coalition – also dubbed “the Soros Express.”
“The caravan is organized by a group called Pueblo Sin Fronteras, [b]ut the effort is supported by the coalition CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project, which includes Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLIN), the American Immigration Council (AIC), the Refugee and Immigration Center for Education and Legal Services (RICELS) and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) – thus the acronym CARA,” WND reported. “At least three of the four groups are funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.”
On their Facebook page, the Pueblo Sin Fronteras group is calling on Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to speak out in solidarity with the illegal aliens in the caravan who are attempting to illegally enter the United States.
They’ve been met with quite a bit of negativity in the comment section below their letter to Prime Minister Trudeau.
In an interview with USA Today, the Pueblo Sin Fronteras worker said the invasion timing was concerning, but basically, the group of previously deported illegal aliens were going to force their way into the country regardless of the feelings of citizens.
“It’s more important to accompany the caravan … than worry about white voters, sitting in front of their TV’s drinking beer,” he told the leftist magazine.
Adolfo Flores, the national security correspondent for immigration at the leftist publication, Buzzfeed, just happened to ask the person who organized the caravan if there were any reports of rape in the caravan. Of course, Abeja answered, “no”—we wouldn’t want to expose the criminals traveling with the massive group of illegal aliens, like the rapists and sex offenders President Trump has been warning us about.