As the several “migrant caravan” invasion forces continue their headlong march to the U.S. border, the head Of U.S. Northern Command warns that these people are a violent army.
Fox News reported that the Commander of U.S. Northern Command, General Terrence O’Shaughnessy, said that the current migrant caravan is violent, unlike previous, similar caravans.
During a press conference this week, Gen. O’Shaughnessy said, “This caravan is different than what we’ve seen in the past.:
“What we have seen is clearly an organization at a higher level than we have seen before,” He said.
The gen. went on saying, “We’ve seen violence coming out of the caravan and we have seen as they pass other international borders, we’ve seen them behave in a nature that we have not seen in the past.”
So, what did the gen. just say?
In essence, he said that these new “caravans” are being organized like an invading army. They are not just spontaneous groups gathering together to find a better life. There is deep and abiding organizing going on from outside the groups walking their way north.
There is big money involved in organizing and supporting these people. After all, they are being fed and cared for on their way north. They are not let starving on the road.
So, who is paying all these bills?
The gen. also noted that these “migrants” are violent.
Unlike past groups, the people in these groups are looking to stir trouble and kill people. They are not “innocent” migrants looking for a better life. They are criminals looking to crash our borders for political reasons.
Gen. O’Shaughnessy is warning us all that this is not just a force of migrants looking for a better life, but an enemy invasion force.
The Gen. is also reporting on the plans to stop the caravan from breaching our borders.
Gen. Terrence J. O'Shaughnessy: "By the end of this week we will deploy over 5,200 soldiers to southwest border. That is just the start of this operation." pic.twitter.com/pL0kbR1Z1v
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