Monday, October 22, 2018

'Alien invasion' from Honduras moving faster than humanly possible to be at the border on election day

In what started as a couple of thousand of Hondurans suddenly getting the idea they could trek thousands of miles northward to freely cross over into the United States has morphed into a full fledged 'Alien invasion' that appears to be a ploy to influence the mid-term elections on Nov. 6.

In an interesting observation from economist Jim Rickards this morning, it would take the average healthy person approximately two months to walk from Honduras to the U.S. border.  However when you calculate the actual pace in which they are moving, it appears now that most of the pictures being shown by the press are little more than propaganda and that the migrants are stealthily traveling by some forms of motorized vehicles to ensure they reach the border in the next 15 days.

It's about 1,500 miles from Guatemala to Texas. At 30 miles per day (a healthy clip) it would take almost two months to walk. So, if these people show up before the election, they didn't walk, they drove. These crowd photos are fake news. – Jim Rickards
In addition, a video emerged over the weekend showing migrants receiving payments from what appears to be members of an NGO to fund their trip and incentivize their breaking of international laws.

President Trump through intelligence sources has already discovered that this Caravan has been infiltrated with many non-Hondurans, including potential terrorists, criminal elements, and even so-called 'refugees from Syria'.  And if accurate, it would mean the same organizations who paid for the migrant invasion into Europe is helping to fund this political scheme to influence the upcoming elections.

When you add in the suspicious killing of Jamal Khashoggi last week, coupled with the increased violence being perpetrated by the Democratic left against conservatives over the past several months, then one has to question every single anomalous event occurring in the leadup to Nov. 6 as being suspect rather than simply a random act.


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