Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes

CARAVAN CHAOS: Over 50 Migrants ARRESTED After STORMING US-Mexico Border

Do it by plane, do it by bus, do it anyway you want, but they are NOT coming into the United States of America.

The use of tear gas has drawn rebukes from Democrats in Washington, from immigration activists elsewhere, and from the Honduran government whose citizens are a majority of the illegal immigrants who broke into Mexico and caravanned their way across to reach the US border.

San Diego Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott confirmed the report in an interview on Monday, adding the majority of those arrested were adult males.

USA officials reopened the crossing at the San Ysidro port of entry between the U.S. city of San Diego and the Mexican city of Tijuana on Sunday after closing it for several hours.

Mexico's Interior Ministry said it would immediately deport those who tried to "violently" enter the USA from Tijuana.

A small group, some of them bearing the Honduran flag, broke off and headed a few hundred feet (metres) away toward a canal between Tijuana and San Diego that leads to the border fence. In response, the Customs and Border Protection agency shut down the border and fired the tear gas to push migrants back from the fence.

CARAVAN CHAOS: Over 50 Migrants ARRESTED After STORMING US-Mexico Border
Mexico to shore up border security, deport migrants who tried to enter U.S.

Nine bus loads of Mexican federal police took up positions around the Tijuana sports complex where more than 5000 migrants are camping out, with many waiting for the chance to apply for asylum in the United States.

Most recently, Trump reiterated his threat to close the entire southern border "if need be" - while telling Congress once again to "fund the WALL!".

Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum on Friday declared a humanitarian crisis in his border city of 1.6 million, which he says is struggling to accommodate the crush of migrants.

Or that Mexico's Interior Ministry said around 500 migrants tried to "violently" enter the US, the Associated Press reported, adding that it would immediately deport those people and would reinforce security.

"We can't have all these people here", Mujica said. The incident began with a march to the border that organizers said would be peaceful. Their presence has drawn Mexican troops, protesters and fiery rhetoric from President Donald Trump and Mexican officials. "They pushed women and children up front, and then behind those women and children, they started throwing rocks, cement bricks. bottles at our Border Patrol agents", Judd said on "Outnumbered Overtime" Monday. During his presidential campaign, he promised he'd have Mexico pay for a wall.

"Tear gassing families seems unnecessary", Lee Gelernt, the deputy director of the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project, told CNN. Border Patrol agents countered using "less lethal devices", which included tear gas and "other projectiles", but not rubber bullets. Ralph said he suffered a boken shoulder blade while another agent in 2017 was rushed to the hospital after getting hit by a large rock in the chest.

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