In the most forceful language to date, President Trump warned the so-called "Migrant caravans" approaching the US Border to "turn around and go home. They're wasting their time; they're not getting in."
When asked by a reporter if U.S. Troops would be shooting at these Migrants, Trump was explicitly clear: "If they throw rocks, we will consider it a firearm."
With a so-called "migrant caravan" moving north inside Mexico toward the U.S. southern Border, President Trump has ordered the deployment of armed military troops to prevent the invasion. Strangely, in addition to troops deploying, video obtained days ago showed trainloads of M1A2 Abrams TANKS heading south (Story Here).
Today new images from California show trainloads of Armored Personnel Carriers (APC's) and . . . vast quantities of ARTILLERY.
A nation does not use tanks and artillery on migrants. Clearly, something else is up. Something far more serious.
A trainload of M1A2 Abrams Tanks, self-propelled artillery and other military hardware was captured on video twice since October 29; once moving near the Tehachapi Depot Museum outside of Bakersfield, CA and then today, moving south in the Sonoran Desert, southwest of Tucson, AZ.
Initially, the entity which sent us this video thought it had to do with the so-called "migrant caravans" heading toward the US Border from Mexico. But this struck us as highly unlikely; one does not use tanks and artillery on migrants. Turns out, it is something FAR worse . . .
Liberal Leftist Actor James Cromwell said "there will be blood in the streets" if Republicans win next weeks' elections.
If THAT is what they want, and they certainly seem to want it based on all the violence they're already committing, then maybe it's time to give it to them. Starting next Wednesday . . .
The U.S. military will have an actual force of up to 14,000 ready to intervene at the southern border with Mexico, including an additional 7,000 planned deployment in reserves on round-the-clock standby.
The Pentagon announced Monday that it will send up to 5,200 troops to the border ahead of the anticipated arrival of a caravan of Central American migrants that President Donald Trump has warned would not be able to enter the country. These troops, which "are in fact deploying with weapons" will join up to 2,000 National Guards already at the border for a combined force of about 7,200—or about the same amount of U.S. soldiers involved in the battle against the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in Iraq and Syria.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been accused of RAPE by a person described as "a very credible witness." The rape allegedly took place at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City in 2010.
A formal press conference is scheduled for Thursday at noon in Washington DC.