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Despite being further immersed in Univision, Title 42 promotes cancellation

A Univision report on the arrests of migrants and coyotes on both sides of the Rio Grande by U.S. and Mexican authorities has approved the cancellation of Title 42 despite the snowfall of migrants and more deaths due to drowning, as soon as seen. As the government puts it “Once and for all, an ideal that they consider illegal and racist

Let’s take a look at this example of activism for open borders that they pass as news:

Patricia Zeniot: We’re going to move forward with the panic of coyotes and immigrants on both sides of the Rio Grande between the Eagle Pass in the cities of Pedras Negras, Cohuila and Texas. It happened in a joint operation between Mexican and U.S. agents to stem the recent wave of drowning deaths at border crossings.

Marlene Guzman: The crackdown on human traffickers is intensifying as part of a joint operation between Mexican and US authorities, known as Operation Mirror. This weekend they managed to capture three coyotes, which caught about 18 immigrants in Piedras Negras.

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The divers are clear evidence of the high risk that migrants face when migrating from Mexico to the United States. However, These continue to grow.

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More and more groups of immigrants are risking their lives for a better future. What some immigrants do not know is that they may face immediate deportation which deprives them of the possibility of seeking asylum in the country. Pro-immigrant groups are calling for a virtual meeting on the day to end a rule they deem illegal and racist.

When presenter Patricia Janiot started reporting on the arrests during a joint operation between Mexican and U.S. agents to stop the recent wave of deaths of migrants who drowned while crossing the border, reporter Marlene Guzman exposed the void of the operation, it was given. ..More and more groups of immigrants are risking their lives for a better futureIn February alone, 47,007 people were detained at the southern border and deported under 42 headings, more than the number arrested in January.

“Even if the crossing continues to grow,” he said.Some immigrants are unaware that they may face immediate deportation which deprives them of the possibility to apply for asylum in the country (United States), What will be the new bait of the smugglers when they get the news of the end of Title 42?

Visit the US Border Patrol website to get an idea of ​​not only the large number of people crossing into the United States illegally, but also the violence and chaos that is taking place on the southern border; As you will realize, the endless and horrific list includes a huge amount of drugs, weapons, arrests of evil criminals, and other atrocities, including human trafficking.

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You can read the full transcript above.

Univision News

March 21, 2022

Patricia Zeniot: We’re going to move forward with the panic of coyotes and immigrants on both sides of the Rio Grande between the Eagle Pass in the cities of Pedras Negras, Cohuila and Texas. It happened in a joint operation between Mexican and U.S. agents to stem the recent wave of drowning deaths at border crossings. Marlene Guzman has statistics and details of the operation.

Marlene Guzman: The crackdown on human traffickers is intensifying as part of a joint operation between Mexican and US authorities, known as Operation Mirror. This weekend they managed to capture three coyotes, which caught about 18 immigrants in Piedras Negras.

Hermelo Castillon, sec. From the City Council of Piedras Negras: This has created frustration for the immigrants themselves, as five people drowned easily this past week (they died) – yesterday they still rescued one of them …

Guzman: The official is referring to the most recent victim, a man who was tragically swept away by the Rio Grande in an attempt to fulfill his desire to reach the United States.

The divers are clear evidence of the high risk that migrants face when migrating from Mexico to the United States. However, These continue to grow.

In Del Rio, one person was lucky enough to be rescued by border patrol agents; They see him unable to walk and get lost. More and more groups of immigrants are risking their lives for a better future. What some immigrants do not know is that they may face immediate deportation which deprives them of the possibility of seeking asylum in the country. Pro-immigrant groups are calling for a virtual meeting on the day to end a rule they deem illegal and racist.

BLAIN BOOKYY, DIR. Legal between GENDER and Refugee Studies: There is really no rationale for this Title 42 policy and your policy should end and (Unint)

Guzman: Controversial headline 42, a public health law under which 47,007 immigrants were deported last February, turns two years old today, according to a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) report; Increase compared to January.

Bookie: It’s been two years since the border was closed and people are living in a very dangerous situation – people are desperate.

Guzman: Mission, Texas, Mariel Guzman, Univision.

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