Mexico Deploying 6,500 National Guards, Will Deport 2,500 Migrants a Day

Mexico is doing more to protect this country than the Democrats have in the last 50 years combined. They are building barracks on their border with Guatemala and are deploying 6,5000 National Guard Troops.

They have also promised to deport 2,500 immigrants a day. At that pace, we could end up with no one penetrating our border through the caravans.  And if Mexico keeps this up, I wouldn’t mind the US sending them some money to offset a portion of their expenses. Of course, that would come after they prove themselves.

But if they do, it would be a good gesture on our part.

From Breitbart News

Mexican officials announced plans this week to deploy approximately 6,500 of its national guard troops at 12 checkpoints near the country’s southern border. The move comes in response to nearly 400,000 Central American and other migrants who entered the nation in the last three months on journeys to the U.S. Mexico City also discussed plans to deport approximately 2,500 migrants per day.

“We are going to establish a regular, orderly, and secure migration with human rights and human protection,” National Institute of Migration (INM) Commissioner Francisco Garduño Yáñez said during an interview with Mexico’s official news agency, Notimex. The commissioner stated that Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrand is coordinating the operation.

Garduño Yáñez told the Mexican news agency that nearly 400,000 migrants from Central America and other countries entered the country in the past three months. The officials said this “cannot continue to be allowed.”

Garduño Yáñez said one of the goals is to stop the crossings from Guatemala into Mexico via rafts or boats. He said there will be no more massive and anarchic border crossings as seen in the recent past. He pledged that those who are currently in camps and wish to be returned to their home country will be assisted by the Mexican government.

For those who do not wish to return home, the commissioner said, “We will see what conditions they are in and see if the law allows them to stay. Otherwise, they will be deported.”