Mexican officials are sharing GPS coordinates with illegal alien caravans flooding the US Southern border.
Embedded with a massive group of illegals traveling through Piedras Negras, Mexico, towards the Rio Grande, Border Hawk correspondent Efraín González discovered that Mexican authorities are providing GPS coordinates for mass illegal crossings into the United States.
González recounted the journey, stating, “We accompanied this caravan that walked for an hour in the darkest to reach the crossing point. The migrants said they were angry Mexican authorities sent them to cross into this dangerous area of the river at night.”
He added, “Most of these people do not know how to get to the river. However, through GPS they obtained the exact location where forklift tractors raised the razor wire last October.”
The exact source of the GPS coordinates provided to the migrants remains unclear.
An individual among the migrants informed Gonzalez in Spanish, “We have GPS, and it guides us.”
Gonzalez observed, “These GPS-guided mass crossings into Eagle Pass have become much more frequent this November.”
Holy sh*t.— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) November 27, 2023
Efrain González joined a migrant caravan.
Turns out, someone is giving these groups GPS coordinates for exactly where to go.pic.twitter.com/v2zcQsmmdf
“Just this afternoon, when the closure of the Eagle Pass-PN bridge 1 was just announced, this large group of hundreds of migrants is heading to cross the river thanks to GPS coordinates obtained from the same authorities,” Gonzalez posted.
Just this afternoon, when the closure of the Eagle Pass-PN bridge 1 was just announced, this large group of hundreds of migrants is heading to cross the river thanks to GPS coordinates obtained from the same authorities. @BorderHawkNews pic.twitter.com/DtWXt3RIZv— Efraín González (@efraiinGzz) November 27, 2023
Earlier this month, Auden Cabello, a citizen journalist, shared images of scattered pamphlets and maps found at a major crossing area:
One came from Amigos del Tren, aiming to “support migrants on their brave journey through Mexico on the La Bestia train”.
Another is from the Red Cross, outlining train routes.
The third pamphlet is from ACNUR, a UN Agency for Refugees.
Piedras Negras, MX: Littered at a major crossing point were three maps that assist migrants how to reach the border (photos attached).— Auden B. Cabello (@CabelloAuden) November 3, 2023
One is from Amigos del Tren, whose purpose is to “support migrants on their brave journey through Mexico on the La Bestia train”.
Another one… pic.twitter.com/crn8el7E2h