Thousands of Central American migrants left a Mexico City shelter Thursday to resume their journey northward toward the U.S. border. The 2,400-strong caravan precedes a much larger group of asylum seekers south of the Mexican border that is heading to America for better economic opportunities.
Friday morning, 1,890 of them were seen boarding buses and semi trucks, courtesy of the state of Querétaro, Mexico.
“Each state seems to be providing buses and in this case, semi trucks to help them move forward,” Fox News’ Griff Jenkins reported. This group of migrants is headed toward Piedras Negras, a Mexican border town across the Rio Grande from Eagle Pass, Texas, according to Jenkins. They expect to arrive at the border within four or five days.
Read the rest here: PJ Media