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Friday, November 25, 2016

Human traffickers say leave now, avoid Christmas rush

Foreign ministers of Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala discussed ways to protect thousands and thousands of migrants trying to sneak into the United States illegally. 

They also warned the U.S. to be ready for a huge surge  in Central American migrants trying to get here before Donald Trump is sworn into office because he has said that he means it when he'll promise to defend the Constitution of the United States. 

President Obama was just teasing.

"We're worried because we're seein a rise in the flow of migrants leaving the country, who have been urged to leave by coyotes telling them that they have to reach the United States before Trump takes office," Maria Andrea Matamoros, the deputy foreign minister of Honduras told Reuters.

Coyotes are people who get paid to smuggle migrants into our country illegally so that they can then receive taxpayer-funded benefits that make liberals feel superior to those of us who see this as a problem.

Guatemala's foreign minister is equally desperate. "The coyotes are leaving people in debt, and taking their property as payment for the journey," he said.

Once the wall is erected, whether it's actually brick and mortar, fencing or manpower, it will be more difficult for illegal immigrants to invade us and we will be able to maintain our sovereignty. 

But coyotes are now offering another option for migrants to enter the United States in spite of Trump's proposed efforts: they plan to parachute illegals into Texas and Arizona using drug cartel aircraft.

Not all illegals are on board with the idea, however. Some have fear of heights and others are simply afraid of jumping out of aircraft.

To assuage their fears, "Coyote Mexico" a startup "human transportation" company in San Juan, is offering parachute lesson using a handy video.

People are desperate to come to the United States where they can get free stuff. And those people living in conditions of poverty and crime or who have family already in the US, are the most desperate to come here illegally.

Jose Carlos Manuel Perez, a 29-year-old unemployed former cardboard box dance popper from San Salvador said that he is desperate to come to the U.S. before Trump occupies 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

"There's one thing I'm desperate to do, man, is get my butt out of Salvador before Christmas and get me a free Obamaphone and stuff. Hey, you got a cigarette, dude?"