[Ed. – This report is from two weeks ago, but it’s significant and I don’t think we covered it at the time. Mujica and Sanchez are two of the biggest players in the Soros-backed activism racket trying to overstress the system and bust open the U.S. border. It’s a major move on Mexico’s part to arrest and charge them rather than continue turning a blind eye to their activities. A key indicator of the level of quiet cooperation Trump has been able to get from Lopez Obrador — who started his tenure in Mexico City proclaiming that unfettered access to the United States was a universal “human right.”]
First, rising frustration within Mexico regarding Central American migrant caravans in their own cities fostered some of the same attitudes among Mexicans that helped Trump win in 2016.
And now first-year President Andreas Manuel López Obrador of Mexico seems to be actually listening to the U.S. administration, at least in some areas.
That seems to be exactly what happened over the past week. In a move that was likely part of a deal with Washington, authorities in Mexico have arrested caravan organizers for allegedly taking money to illegally transport immigrants.
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“Cristobal Sanchez and Irineo Mujica were arrested within an hour of each other last week in different parts of Mexico and flown together to the southern town of Tapachula in Chiapas state for the court hearing on charges they illegally transported immigrants for money,” Reuters reported on Monday.