It should come as no surprise that millions of undocumented immigrants work in the United States. But not only that until recently, some of them worked at two, perhaps more, of President Donald Trumps properties.
No matter how much you might want to seal the border between Mexico and the United States, its simply not possible. You might temporarily stop, delay, complicate or hinder the flow of immigrants and drugs from south to north, but nothing will ever stop it entirely.
Lesly, 7, is a wheelchair. She can’t speak, can’t walk, can’t eat on her own. She began having seizures when she was 7 months old. Doctors believe she had a stroke at some point, and her condition has never improved.
Tijuana, Mexico. Tear gas. A huge refugee camp a few minutes away from the U.S. southern border. Thousands of Central Americans arriving in the northernmost Mexican city of Tijuana in an attempt to change their lives and get a taste of the American dream.
The next two years will be difficult. The divide between red states and blue states in this country is very wide.
The real enemies of the United States aren’t headed here in a caravan filled with children. They don’t come from Honduras, Guatemala or El Salvador. And they don’t want to invade the most powerful country in the world, either.
HUIXTLA, Chiapas, Mexico — I’ve seen the ignorant, xenophobic rants on social media about the caravan. They’re terrorists in disguise. They’re criminals. They’re invaders. They’ve been sent to invade and destabilize the United States.
Fernanda Jacqueline Dávila is 2 years old, and she is locked up. The U.S. government would say that’s not true; that she is well taken care of and fed, that she has a bed, and her own clothes.
First, the bad news. The United States is “united” in name only. Sometimes it seems that we are two completely different nations locked in never-ending conflict.
They arrive alone, mostly from Honduras, Guatemala or El Salvador. Not yet 18 years of age, they come to the United States to join their parents, siblings, uncles or distant relatives whom they hardly know. Having crossed though Mexico, they are exhausted.