Newest visuals and diseases from the Migrant Caravan headed to US


Written by DML
Migrants by the thousands.  They are coming.  There are more and more coming each day. And they are not stopping.  They are coming, and they are landing in your neighborhood regardless of where you live in the US.

The president is trying to deter the caravans with a military presence along the southern border. See photos below.

The last time we saw this sort of surge, albeit a smaller surge, was shortly after President Obama announced DACA. At that time, a source I had in the Pentagon sent me a report from the Health & Human Services Department that I wasn’t supposed to see.

In the report, HHS listed the diseases detected in migrant children and families as they came across the border.  Ultimately, the diseases made way into your neighborhoods.

At that time, we as a nation were underprepared and overwhelmed by the surge.  Sadly, nothing has changed since then — I am confident these disease will make way into the streets of America in the weeks to come if nothing is done to stop these people from entering the US.

Read this passage from
Legal immigrants and refugees are required to have a medical examination for migration to the United States, while they are still overseas. This is the responsibility of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which provide instructions to the Panel Physicians who conduct the medical exams. The procedure consists of a physical examination, an evaluation (skin test/chest x-ray examination) for tuberculosis (TB), and blood test for syphilis. Requirements for vaccination are based on recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.

Individuals who fail the exam due to certain health-related conditions are not admitted to the United States. Such conditions include drug addiction or communicable diseases of public health significance such as TB, syphilis, gonorrhoea, leprosy, and a changing list of current threats such as polio, cholera, diphtheria, smallpox, or severe acute respiratory syndromes. Illegal immigrants crossing into the United States could bring any of these threats, however. Southern Texas Border Patrol agent Chris Cabrera warns: “What’s coming over into the US could harm everyone. We are starting to see scabies, chicken pox, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections, and different viruses.”

Illegal immigration may expose Americans to diseases that have been virtually eradicated, but are highly contagious, as in the case of TB. This disease rose by 20% globally from 1985 to 1991, and was declared a worldwide emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1995. Furthermore, TB frequently occurs in connection with the human immunodeficiency virus. 

The photos below are the most recent snap shots taken.  Look at some of these people in the caravan traveling up through Mexico.   Do they look healthy?

Although the president is vowing to stop the influx of illegal aliens from entering your city and state, history shows this is to be wishful thinking.

Even if the president wanted to really stop it all, the current laws as currently written prevent him from doing what he has promised.   The military will be nothing more than a “back-up team” for an overstretched Border Patrol, which is now in the business of processing and releasing illegal aliens into the country.

Trump tried to stop the last caravan months ago — but it didn’t work. “They all got in,” says Chris Harris of the US Border Patrol in my upcoming film, They Come to America 4.

Take a look at these photos and ask yourself if this is what you want your immigration system to look like. Is this what you want in your town, in your schools and in the workplace?

Although America is a welcoming country, there is reason for our process of vetting people before they enter.   We need to know a person’s medical history, and their criminal record before entering.  There is no way for the military to handle these processes.

Share this post and demand your Democrat and Republican lawmakers to help the president to stop this influx.

Last month, in McCallen, Texas, there was 21,000 apprehensions made over the course of 30 days. Most of them have been released into the public.

Photo above take from a back of a truck filled with migrants.


Photo below show family units before entering the most dangerous part of journey.

Photo below shows more migrants getting into the back of truck headed to US.

Photo: Do these two look healthy?

Lots of young men headed to America for work opportunities.

Not one of these men will be checked for criminal offenses in their home country.


How sanitary is it to travel in the back of a hot truck with so many people?

This photo below says it all.

The ocean of people doesn’t stop flowing into the US.

Women and children.  If this child makes it to the US, it will receive free school and healthcare paid for by US taxpayers.


Barbed wire. The new immigration system.

God bless our military as they try to defend the country they love.

These children will be going to school in the US.  It costs 25% more to educate these kids than American kids in most cities.

SAYULA DE ALEMAN, MEXICO – NOVEMBER 03: Members of the Central American migrant caravan move towards their destination of the United States border on November 03, 2018 in Sayula de Aleman, Mexico. The group of migrants, many of them fleeing violence in their home countries, last took a rest day on Wednesday and have resumed their march towards the United States border. As fatigue from the heat distance and poor sanitary conditions has set in, the numbers of people participating in the march has slowly dwindled but a significant group are still determined to get to the United Sates. The United Sates will deploy over 5,000 active-duty troops to the U.S.-Mexico border in an effort to prevent members of the migrant caravan from illegally entering the country. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)


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