Tom Fitton Calls on Trump to Launch Criminal Investigation ‘Americans Likely Involved in Financing and Organizing Migrant Caravan’
Who is financing the massive caravan of illegal invaders marching their way to the United States?
President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton said Tuesday his team’s reporting from Guatemala indicates Americans are likely involved.
Fitton called on the President to launch a criminal investigation into who is financing and organizing the caravan of mostly military-aged males.
The fake news media claims impoverished women and children are walking thousands of miles from Honduras to the United States in search of a better life.
The reality is the majority of the ‘caravan’ is military-aged virile males; the women and children are being used as media props and human shields.
Trucks are actually giving the migrants rides towards the border to help them reach the U.S. just in time for the midterms.
One video shows migrants hitching a ride with local Mexican residents to the next stop 25 miles north, according to embedded reporter, Karla Zabs.
Another video provided by embedded reporter, Ioan Grillo shows migrants jumping off of a truck.
Military-aged male invaders jumped onto the back of a flatbed trucks as they make their way through Mexico up to the U.S.
Who is financing this caravan of nearly 14,000 migrants?
President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton called for a criminal investigation into who is organizing this army invasion.
“President Trump should order criminal investigation of how the “caravans” have been organized and financed. Based on our team’s reporting from Guatemala, it is likely Americans involved,” Fitton said in a tweet on Tuesday.
Investigative reporter Sara Carter is embedded in Guatemala with the Judicial Watch team and she said that members of the migrant caravan are giving rehearsed answers when asked if the caravan is organized.
“Mostly men now crossing the #Guatamalen border – rehearsed answer “this is not politics – this is about poverty.” There were women and children but they were at the front of the caravan (smaller numbers). None would say who the organizers are but several said it was organized,” Sara Carter said.
Sara Carter met with the Guatemalan Minister of Defense on Tuesday.
“Based on the interviews I’ve conducted so far – along with Judicial Watch investigations – the U.S. needs to investigate the funding that was used by NGOs, as well as other groups to organize the caravans,” Sara Carter said Tuesday.