One of the thousands of South Americans rushing toward America’s southern border in the “migrant caravan” admitted on camera to being previously deported for an attempted murder charge.
Migrant caravan member admits he was deported from the United States for attempted murder.pic.twitter.com/CMvvE7W5ve
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) October 30, 2018
The man, Jose, was interviewed by Fox News during a report on the group of migrants approaching the United States.
When asked if he’d be willing to break the law in order to enter the country, Jose said he was already convicted of a felony and wants to apply for a pardon.
Next, Jose revealed he was charged with third-degree attempted murder, but that he will still try and enter with the rest of the caravan.
President Trump tweeted about the caravan Monday, saying, “Many Gang Members and some very bad people are mixed into the Caravan heading to our Southern Border.”
Many Gang Members and some very bad people are mixed into the Caravan heading to our Southern Border. Please go back, you will not be admitted into the United States unless you go through the legal process. This is an invasion of our Country and our Military is waiting for you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 29, 2018
POTUS will also be sending 5,200 troops to the border to deter the caravan from entering the country.