James Woods and Instapundit both pointed out some interesting details about the migrant caravan that seems to be barreling toward our border …
So consider this: it is over 2,000 miles from Tegucigalpa, Honduras to Phoenix, Arizona. Hard to believe a bunch of people just randomly decided to pack a lunch and walk TWO THOUSAND MILES to anywhere. Where is this mob sleeping, using bathrooms, procuring food and water? https://t.co/waqZ1JWTS5
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) October 22, 2018
Right? What, some guy was hanging out having coffee one day and he decided he wanted to walk 2000 miles and then his buddy around the corner joined him and so on and so forth. It was TOTALLY impromptu, yup.
5,000 people decided to walk 2,000 miles.
Not to mention who is filming them? Are they walking the entire way? So many unanswered questions.
Weird how the journalists accompanying them haven't been telling us that. https://t.co/khXp9VZmkX
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) October 22, 2018
Funny how that works out, eh? Journalists not really reporting on things that may well be very important to the story.
It’s all about the narrative, man.
HUGE logistical challenges being overcome at every step… lots of cash being used to silence Mexican cops…
WHO IS THE EVIL GENIUS BEHIND THIS???
— James Crum (@jrcrum) October 22, 2018
Does it rhyme with Poor-Us? Asking for a friend.
People running from economies so bad they were able to save enough money to take a month long walk across Central America. "We have no jobs, no money, no future" but we can afford to pay for food for a month without working and then pay coyotes to smuggle us into the US.
— Chad Edwards (@EaglesTTT) October 22, 2018
Another point : Who is feeding this group? Somebody is doing it. Yet, the media is not showing anyone being fed. Nobody is being given the credit for their awesome humanitarian effort. Why? Why don't they show the good works? Maybe because then we would ask who is funding it?
— AshSolesFromTheFire (@ashsoles) October 22, 2018
You’d think this story would be ripe for actual reporting.
And yet crickets on this stuff.
What journalism? It's a sad joke.
— (((ObsessedAbroad))) (@Obsessedabroad) October 22, 2018
That’s putting it nicely these days.
Funny no pictures of the caravan riding in trucks.
— Mac Grain (@mac_grain) October 22, 2018
And where are all the women and children?
So many questions.