Illegal Alien Caravan Headed This Way (Video)

( – In new evidence that Joe Biden’s “keep ’em coming” policy on Third World illegal aliens remains “successful” at bearing bitter fruit for the nation, a new massive caravan of South and Central American migrants has formed in Mexico and at this moment is headed towards the United States.

More than 7 million illegal immigrants have been allowed to enter the US since Joe Biden occupied the White House in January 2021. Some 2 million of those are estimated to be gotaways.

A large-scale migrant caravan, predominantly consisting of Central Americans and Venezuelans, embarked from southern Mexico on Monday, heading towards the US-Mexican border, Reuters reports, as cited by Newsmax.

Reuters points out that this movement occurs as the US faces heightened challenges at its southern border.

Chiapas officials reported approximately 3,500 individuals began the journey on foot from Tapachula, near the Guatemalan frontier. Irineo Mujica, a caravan coordinator, estimated the number to be closer to 5,500.

The report notes that the surge in migration presents a significant challenge for US President Joe Biden, who is vying for reelection next year, as he confronts the escalating issue of illegal crossings into the United States from Mexico.

Mujica identified most of the caravan’s members as originating from Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, and Venezuela.

Accompanied by civil protection authorities and medical services, the group progressed along a coastal highway by midday, aiming to rest in the municipality of Huehuetan, approximately 16 miles north of their starting point.

Mujica disclosed the group’s decision to depart Tapachula stemmed from frustrations over unsuccessful attempts to secure humanitarian visas.

He also mentioned that some migrants had proposed aiding the hurricane recovery efforts in Acapulco but received no response from officials. The National Migration Institute had not immediately responded to inquiries regarding the situation.

The mass exodus reflects a broader trend of individuals fleeing economic hardship and political turmoil in their home countries, with this year witnessing unprecedented crossings through the Darien Gap that connects Panama and Colombia.

Venezuela, once a prosperous oil-rich nation, has seen millions leave due to its ongoing economic crisis.

“In Venezuela things are very tough, we can’t live with the money we get, it’s not enough for us, and that’s why we’re going to the United States,” said Oscar Gutierrez, a Venezuelan migrant journeying with his family.