On last week's Glenn TV special, Glenn dove into exactly how migrants from around the world are ending up on our southern border. The most shocking discovery, which was first published by investigators with Muckraker, was that multiple organizations have been providing maps showing immigrants exactly how to cross Central America and Mexico into the waiting hands of the cartel, who smuggle them across our border.
Just who is encouraging these people to make this perilous journey? You will likely recognize a few. Below are FIVE organizations that facilitate the crisis on our southern border.
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Doctors Without Borders
Illegal Alien Invasion Maps Exposed - CRITICAL THREAD EXPOSING NUMEROUS MASS MIGRATION BLUEPRINTS— Muckraker.com (@realmuckraker) December 23, 2023
Muckraker has obtained multiple maps, handed out by non-government organizations across South and Central America, that detail the routes to take to the U.S. and where to cross the… pic.twitter.com/wt0DDslM4w
These maps from the Swiss humanitarian giant, Doctors Without Borders, give detailed routes from Central America to our border. The map also highlights places to find aid, food and shelter along the way.
UN’s International Organization of Migration
MAP #2 - Distributed by The United Nations International Organization of Migration (IOM). It shows various commissions and consulates across the country of Mexico. pic.twitter.com/NCIgtmZ8Wt— Muckraker.com (@realmuckraker) December 23, 2023
This map of consulates and commissions across Mexico was created and distributed by the International Organization of Migration, a part of the UN, to aid migrants on their journey towards the U.S. border.
Amigos Del Tren ("Friends of the Train")
MAP #3 - Distributed by the NGO Amigos Del Tren (Friends Of The Train in English).— Muckraker.com (@realmuckraker) December 23, 2023
This NGO aids illegal aliens in riding the "Train of Death", (also known as "La Bestia"), a freight train that U.S.-bound illegal aliens ride on top of to reach the U.S. border.
The front shows… pic.twitter.com/N1Y8boQcBO
This map advises immigrants on how to board and ride the "Train of Death," a freight train that runs through Mexico into the U.S. The map also gives travel time estimates and lists places to stay along the route. As the name "Train of Death" suggests, the route is as dangerous as it is illegal.
MAP #4 - Distributed by the Red Cross.— Muckraker.com (@realmuckraker) December 23, 2023
The front shows the freight train routes across Mexico (similar to the Amigos Del Tren map) and lists 80 different stops from Panama to the United States.
The back gives advice on navigating the mass migration trail. One piece of advice… pic.twitter.com/tO0QUutq9S
This map distributed by the Red Cross highlights freight train routes. The back of the map advises migrants how to illegally board and ride freight trains across Mexico.
R4V (Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela)
MAP #5 - Distributed by R4V (Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela).— Muckraker.com (@realmuckraker) December 23, 2023
The front shows the "migration routes" across the country of Ecuador.
The back shows the distance and transit times between Ecuadorian cities. pic.twitter.com/cNLvhFWd3Z
This map specifically shows migrants from Ecuador how to leave the country and connect to Central America where they then proceed to the U.S. border. The map shows just how far south the migrant train really starts.