The migrant caravan’s attempted invasion of the United States is underway.

Thousands of migrants stormed the Mexican border of California.

But when the migrants arrived, they received the shock of their lives.

Mexican Citizens Oppose The Migrant Caravan

Nearly 3,000 migrants arrived in Tijuana, Mexico to use it as a staging ground to invade America.

But the migrants faced a surprise.

The residents of Tijuana protested their arrival and demanded they return to their home countries.

Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum declared the migrants “bums.”

He questioned why governments were being forced to expend so much money caring for an invading force.

And he may push for a referendum on whether or not Tijuana should accept the migrant caravan.

“Human rights should be reserved for righteous humans,” Gastelum exclaimed.

The fake news media portrayed the caravan as a group of desperate dreamers.

Their coverage framed Donald Trump as heartless and racist and claimed the caravan represented the best of humanity.

But those are not the facts on the ground.

Residents of Tijuana protested their arrival.

Tijuana saw 2,000 murders committed in 2018.

Residents fear the caravan – which is led by dangerous drug smugglers – will bring even more death and chaos into their communities.

Why No One Wants The Caravan

Americans and Mexicans don’t want the caravan in their countries for very basic reasons.

First, it would be dangerous.

Second, these are not real refugees.

The caravan is made up of economic migrants.

Nearly 80 percent of migrants lose their asylum claims.

Then they are released into the community to wait for their deportation hearing.

Some reports indicate that anywhere from 25 to 40 percent of the migrants do not return.

And even if they do show up, it can take years before their court date arrives.

That allows them to infiltrate the American economy and depress wages for American workers.

When big businesses claim they can’t find Americans to work certain jobs, what they really mean is Americans aren’t willing to work for the lower wages they get away with paying illegal aliens.

The Fake News Media’s Caravan Lies Fall Apart

The fake news media told a number of other lies about the caravan.

So-called journalists claimed the caravan was weeks away from arriving at the U.S. border.

Some also claimed the caravan might not show up at all.

Nearly 3,000 migrants already appeared at the border of Mexico and California last week.

Other fake news reporters lied and said the caravan was shrinking,

The government estimates a total of 10,000 migrants could be in the caravans stampeding through Central America.

CNN’s Jim Acosta lied when he said that the migrants were not invaders climbing over fences.

But days later, pictures emerged of migrants climbing over the border fence in Tijuana.

The false reporting on the caravan leads many Americans to distrust what they read and see in the so-called “mainstream” media.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.