VIDEO: Massive Migrant Caravan Headed for US Border

( – HAPPENING NOW: A train from Zacatecas, Mexico, bound for the U.S. southern border, filled with a massive number of migrants seeking to enter the United States, was videoed as the illegals cheered from the sides of the train cars.

You can watch a video of the train at the bottom of this post.

This visual evidence surfaced on Sunday, even after the U.S. emphasized to the migrants, “Do not come.”

Authorities managing the southern border have been contending with a surge in unauthorized crossings.

For example, in Ajo, Arizona, there were 2,000 unauthorized crossings daily for several consecutive days last week. Due to the overcrowding in shelters, agents had to release many individuals directly onto the streets. Among these migrants, there were individuals from Africa.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection source reported that last month, more than 20,000 migrants were held under Border Patrol authority in the Rio Grande Valley sector of Texas.

Migrant groups moving towards the southern border comprised families with babies and children and minors traveling alone.

Many families intercepted at the Rio Grande Valley were set free with appointments for future court hearings.

The Biden administration is contemplating a policy requiring unauthorized migrants to stay in Texas while awaiting asylum evaluations.

Officials from the administration view this proposal as a method to control the number of unauthorized immigrants entering through the southern border. Part of this plan involves using ankle bracelets to monitor those who are apprehended.

However, the administration has legally challenged Texas over its barrier erected in the Rio Grande, intended to deter the record numbers of unauthorized migration. Furthermore, the Biden administration has taken legal action against Arizona for creating a barrier using shipping containers on its boundary with Mexico.

The migrants would be subjected to an asylum evaluation to decide if they can stay in the U.S. Talks have been held about collaborating with local organizations to offer housing solutions for these migrants.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has, since May, either deported or sent back over 200,000 individuals, as stated by the agency.

The DHS commented, “DHS continuously holds policy and operational discussions on how to leverage our authorities to ensure a fair, humane, and effective immigration process that efficiently removes those without a lawful basis to stay in the country.”

Here is the video: