Illegals are now being openly bused across Mexico using air-conditioned, public buses (nearly) to the US Border area, according to the is Univision Noticias report from 9/19/21. They are made to walk that last stretch so that the public and media do not see them drive up to the border in the buses. It makes people think that they walked all the way from southern Mexico, when they actually bought a ticket and took a bus most of the way to the border.
Watch this video on Bitchute.
Normally, they are smuggled by Coyotes working for the cartels, typically in the unventilated containers on freight trucks. Mexico has many military checkpoints on the highways. They normally do not allow people to pass, who do not have visas and are trying to reach the US border to cross illegally. That is why they have to be smuggled.
There have been many thousands of Haitians recently gathering at Mexico’s southern border, futilely trying to obtain legitimate visas for refugees, so they could cross Mexico to get to the US. They haven’t been getting them, probably because they don’t qualify and they don’t have the money to buy a fake visa from a corrupt official. Recently, there have been a number of riots and confrontations between the Haitians and Mexican police and Immigration Agency.
Apparently Mexico, just decided to let them go and gave orders to allow them pass through the checkpoints. Probably, someone had to pay a bulk fee to the cartels, who control the areas crossed. This is a big part of their smuggling business and the cartels do not allow people to cross for free, if they can prevent it.
It is also organized by some group, such as a nonprofit, or the Haitians would not be coming in large groups on buses and would not all be crossing in the same place on the Mexican border.
Who would be surprised if Biden and his DHS Chief, open-borders radical, Alejandro Mayorkas approved this operation? They essentially invite illegals to come in their public statements.
As stated in the video a few of these Haitians are being flow back to Haiti. The bulk of them are, however, being flown in Coast Guard transport planes to other cities along the border for processing, where most of them will be released into the US.