Migrant Pipeline to the U.S.

Crisis Continues, Hidden from the Public

By Todd Bensman and Bryan Griffith on January 25, 2022

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Mexico’s Duplicitous ‘Ant Operation’ Moved Tens of Thousands to the U.S. Border Sight Unseen — and Will Again Through 2022

From August to December, the Mexican government blocked immigrants in the southern border town of Tapachula until they hit critical mass. Then after Christmas the Mexican government mass distributed an electronic “QR code visa” to thousands almost overnight, then arranged for their exodus by hundreds of buses, but in atomized groupings sent across 14 different Mexican states farther north. Most Americans and even Mexicans failed to notice that a huge but purposefully diffused surge of people to the American border had even happened, let alone why.

Topics: Mexico