When Did Mexicans Ask for Their Country to Become a Flophouse for the Hordes Invading the US?

by State Brief

Mexico is in the midst of a presidential election. Voting is scheduled for June 2, with the winner taking office October 1.

The three candidates are frontrunner Claudia Sheinbaum, second-place challenger Xochitl Galvez, and male candidate Jorge Alvarez Maynez, in a distant third in single digits.

On April 7, the first general election debate was held.

The candidates made all sorts of promises which would require plenty of government spending, with almost no mention of wealth creation. They pledged allegiance to the LGBTQXYZ agenda, which is strong in Mexico.

And, the candidates discussed immigration.

That’s of interest to us, Mexican territory being the major thoroughfare for the migrants of the world to traipse through and invade the United States.

A moderator asked this question of candidate Xochitl Galvez (all translations mine):

“Many migrants literally risk their lives on the way through Mexico… What will be the focus of your government to protect these migrants who are in transit through our country? In case you win, what migratory policies would your government have?”

Xochitl’s response:

As a senator, I presented two bills so that once they are in Mexico these migrants would not be bothered nor attacked, that they would have conditions of full respect to their human rights, and what happened in that migratory station [which burned, killing dozens of migrants] would not happen. We have to have a secure southern border. I think that the migrants can be an opportunity for economic growth for Mexico, not a problem.

Galvez said she visited shelters in Tijuana on the border and bemoaned that “the migrants live in really lamentable conditions.”

She concluded with this confusing statement:

“…I am going to work so that they have a quality during the time they are in Mexico.”

Huh? A quality what? Quality time?

Anyway, her entire statement is a mishmash, just like Mexico’s migratory policy.

Is she going to keep anybody out of Mexico?

The other two candidates were asked what they would do.

Claudia Sheinbaum jumped on the “root causes” argument, which her benefactor, current Presidente AMLO, promoted in his recent 60 Minutes interview.

Sheinbaum’s declaration:

“Now, the most important thing is that migration is not going to decrease if the causes are not attended to, and the causes of migration are essentially the poverty, particularly in Central America and in other countries where the migration originates. And this is the essential proposal we are making and this is the debate, justly, with the United States. They [Americans] should dedicate a percentage of what they dedicate today to armaments to help the countries and decrease migration. That is the most humane thing that can be done.”

Did you catch that, Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Taxpayer? The solution is for you to pump billions more dollars into Latin America.

Jorge Alvarez Maynez, the male candidate, began his answer as follows:

To have moral authority in the migratory issue, in our defense of Mexicans who live in the United States, I am a Zacatecan [from state of Zacatecas] and we have as many Zacatecans in the U.S. as in Mexico.”

Then he launched into an anti-Trump rant:

“We are a binational society, but defend ourselves from the misogynist, discriminatory, racist and xenophobic speeches of Donald Trump which we are going to see in the [U.S.] campaign and which we have to have the courage to confront, to defend the migrant persons in the United States, we have to have the moral authority and what we have done in the southern border is inhumane. The militarization has not made our border more secure, but it has made it more cruel. That’s why we need to change the model to a model of human rights which accompanies at every stage the migrant persons. To migrate is not a crime, to migrate is a decision that human beings make.”

Jorge’s solution is for Mexico to “accompany” these invaders in every step of their trek to the United States.

None of these candidates have a coherent migration policy.

When did Mexican citizens ask for their country to become a flophouse for the hordes invading the United States?

Penn Station was slammed by hundreds of illegal aliens arriving to New York City this week.

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