REPORT: U.S.-Bound Migrants Gambling on Trump Defeat in November

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TAPACUHLA, Mexico — Honduran Katherine Cabrera is among thousands of migrants who didn’t expect to get bottled up in this southern Mexican city, unable to proceed to the American border as planned, because of President Donald Trump’s insistence that Mexico block them with troop deployments and whatever else the Mexicans could come up with.

New Mexican travel restriction rules required that Cabrera either go home with her newborn child or stay here in Tapachula to apply for Mexican asylum and await an outcome perhaps months in the future. Rather than return home as some have, though, Cabrera said she reached a carefully reasoned-out decision. She’ll stay in Mexico and pursue that asylum claim in a calculated gambit: that Donald Trump will lose the November 2020 election and once the Democrats control the White House, they’ll reverse everything Trump did and reopen the U.S. southern border so that she can finally breach it.

The article goes on to state the following:

Dozens of politically woke migrants, like Honduran Wilson Valladaras, recently told CIS their decisions to stay in Mexico were predicated on the Trump-defeat gamble. Valladaras said he would wait for his Mexican asylum approval, move to Tijuana “until Trump leaves”, and then cross over the U.S. border when the Democrats undo his policies because “right now, the Americans will throw you back” to Mexico.

Bensman writes that Cabrera declared, “I want Trump out! I’ll wait for that because it would make things easier to get in.”

CLICK HERE to read more of this report.  Bensman has been in Mexico, reporting on the new waves of migrant caravans who are attempting to travel through Guatemala and Mexico in a bid to reach the U.S. border.

Guatemala officials scooped up about 300 of the migrants and put them on buses back to the Honduran border, but a larger group of 600 were reportedly still free in Guatemala.

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