Mexican Government Deploys Nearly 15,000 Troops To Guard The U.S. Southern Border From Migrant Caravans


After the endless caravans formed by illegal aliens coming from Central America through Mexico and into the United States southern border, President Trump proposed to implement tariffs on Mexico if they did not stop the migrants from continuing their path into the U.S.A.

On Monday, Mexico dispatched nearly 15,000 National Guard and troops to their northern border in order to pressure the illegal immigrant invaders who refuse to turn around and go back home. Earlier in June, Mexico originally proposed to send 6,500 National Guard agents to its southern border, but instead increased the deployments to the U.S. border.

On June 7th, 2019, President Trump announced via Twitter that he was no longer considering tariffs on Mexico after they agreed to comply by detaining illegal immigrants from their side of their border before they reach the United States. “The tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the U.S. on Monday, against Mexico, are hereby indefinitely suspended,” said the President, “Mexico, in turn, has agreed to take strong measures to stem the tide of migration through Mexico, and to our southern border.” It seems as though Mexico has kept their word.

It doesn’t end there! Of course Vice President Mike Pence also pitched in his two cents on the situation by rubbing it in the Democrats’ faces how Mexico has done more than their policies. “Mexico continues to do more than Congressional Dems to secure our border, and its time for them to STEP UP!” Pence state via a Twitter post.

The United States has been struggling lately to keep illegal immigrants in good living conditions while they await asylum. However, immigration detention centers have been running out of space and resources since thousands of illegal migrants arrive at the U.S. southern border everyday.




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