Thousands of Brazilians are flying to Tijuana, monthly, to take advantage of Biden’s criminally permissive open-border’s policy, reports the El Imparcial website in Tijuana. Open-borders activists have requested an investigation by the Mexican National Institute of Immigration (INM), as to whether these people are being trafficked from Brazil by the Cartels or whether they are just flying to Tijuana on a tourist visa and then seeking the help of a cartel coyote in crossing the border. There is concern by the activists that if they seek a a cartel coyote when they arrive, they could run into the wrong people and be kidnapped, tortured and held for ransom via a threat to the family that they will be killed if they don’t pay.
International travel by plane is cheap now and people fly from all over the world to cross the border illegally in large numbers. Of course, this is unsustainable. Mainly, it is progressive Democrats, who during the Obama era engineered this system of mass fraud of the asylum system, in order to eventually increase the numbers of progressive voters in the US and ultimately destabilize the country. Another motivation is to provide cheap labor for business interests, so some Republicans quietly support it, also.
Biden is the king of human trafficking. He is the most important motivator and enabler of human/child trafficking in the world at this time. It is his policy that requires families to be released immediately into the country if they pay to have a child trafficked with them to the border. The Department of Homeland Defense is forced to illegally assist in the transport of trafficked children to other illegals in the US, who may be a parent or relative or may be someone pretending to be, for unknown criminal purposes. There is no way to be sure and conspiracy to traffick a person/child into the US, even to their illegal parents, is a felony. It should be prosecuted, not rewarded.
Below is the google-translated article. The comments in parenthesis are my own.
Detention of Brazilians crossing into the US increases in Baja California)
El Imparcial (in Spanish)
By Khennia Reyes
Since April of this year, CBP San Diego has registered a significant increase in illegal crossings by Brazilians on its border with Baja California.
Tijuana BC.- Since April, an average of two thousand Brazilians have tried to cross into the United States irregularly from Baja California each month, according to Customs and Border Protection (CPB).
From April to September 2020, 623 Brazilians were insured, but the number shot up to 11,938 in the same period but this year; an increase of 1,816%.
The situation has prompted migrant activists to ask the National Migration Institute to investigate a human trafficking network.
They search for a place to stay
José María García Lara, founder of the Movimiento Juventud 2000 association (a shelter for illegals), said that they only enter the shelters to eat and then they looked for hotels or houses for themselves to stay.
For José Luis Pérez Canchola, counselor of the Mexican Academy of Human Rights, the National Institute of Migration (INM) stated that it should initiate an investigation, because the lives of Brazilian migrants could be in danger. He warned of the following.
The line of investigation by the INM should be for traffcking. How are they coming out? Almost everyone by plane? There is a strong possibility that it is organized trafficking and it should be investigated as such.”
Pérez Canchola commented that if the intention of the Brazilians is to reach North America in an irregular manner, they will look for human traffickers and the traffickers will take advantage of it to extort money from the families of the migrants (by kidnapping them).
He recalled that a week ago a group of 70 migrants, the majority from Brazil, was rescued from a trailer box near the border wall with the United States.
“Brazilian migration has been going on for months, there was even a time when 20, 30, 50 were arriving, daily six or seven months ago, they arrived with their tourist visa. How do you plead if they bring a tourist visa? They arrive in the city and then disappear. For me it is trafficking and they are somehow crossing somewhere into the United States.” said the activist.
For his part, Francisco Garduño Yáñez, commissioner of the INM, during his visit to the Tijuana-San Ysidro checkpoint, acknowledged the problem but in Veracruz, Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosí, where they rescue at least 200 migrants from containers of trailers while trying to reach the US border.
‘Yes (the migrants) are victims, the law says that they have the right to a humanitarian visa (from Mexico) and if they also want to return, as happens in many of the families and women who bring their children, they are supported,’ he said.