Trannie Invasion Arrives at US Southern Border

The latest addition to the tidal wave of nonwhites demanding “asylum” in America is a group of at least 15 claiming to be homos or trannies—even though some have children—and whining that they face “persecution” even from other “asylum seekers” in their invasion caravan.

The group has taken up shelter in a rented home in Tijuana, where, according to reports, they “play Ariana Grande music” while they sort out “through donated clothes, drank strawberry-banana juice and discussed how the asylum process might play out.”

“I cannot believe we actually made it here to the border,” said Andy Albaringa, 23, a trannie claiming to be a woman from El Salvador. “The trip was so tiring.”

The caravan of which they were part consists of the usual gang of nonwhite freeloaders seeking to parasite off white America: Guatemalans fleeing their self-inflicted “poverty,” Hondurans fleeing their self-inflicted “gang violence,” Nicaraguans fleeing from their self-inflicted “political crackdown.”

The race-denying liberals seeking to allow all these nonwhites into America fail, of course, to understand that these Third Worlders will merely be bringing their chaos and deprivation with them. Their self-inflicted disasters are a consequence of their race and innate racial abilities, which are engraven in stone in their genetics. Crossing the US border will not miraculously turn them into productive, white, First World citizens, and all that is happening is that the chaos and misery which they have generated in their home nations will accompany them to the white countries stupid enough to allow them in.

According to the reports, the homos and trannies have even been harassed by other invaders on the caravan—unsurprising if true, as they posed in outrageous drag and makeup for the western journalists, and would have been laughed at by anybody, even fellow invaders.

“We were discriminated against, even in the caravan,” said Erick Dubon, 23, from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, who has been travelling with his boyfriend, Pedro Nehemias, 22. “People wouldn’t let us into trucks, they made us get in the back of the line for showers, they would call us ugly names.”

The bulk of their invasion caravan remains far from the border, in cities such as Guadalajara and Culiacan in western Mexico. As the first invaders trickle into Tijuana, US border authorities say they are “hardening” this crossing into San Diego “in preparation for the migrant caravan and the potential safety and security risk that it could cause.”

US Customs and Border Protection said in a statement that it is closing four lanes at the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa border crossings. The statement added that American troops were putting up concertina wire, barricades and fencing.

When a second group of 360 invaders made it to Tijuana, they were served breakfast, and then they walked towards the beach looking for a place where the group could stay. César Palencia, director of the Tijuana Municipal Migration Affairs Office, said there is shelter space for 900 in the city, although they will need more mattresses, blankets and clothes for those arriving.

Palencia said city officials are worried about the larger group of at least 3,000 they expect in the next couple of weeks. “We are expecting more of these little groups, but we don’t know right now exactly what we are going to do with the big caravan,” he said. “But we will make room.”

The invaders all plan to apply for “asylum” in the United States. However, for all those who apply for asylum, only a small percentage receive it—and most then attempt to cross the border illegally.

Last week, the Trump administration introduced new measures intended to deny asylum to those who cross the border illegally. The move was, of course, quickly challenged in court, as the fatally-flawed American governmental system allows unelected special interest groups to block even the President.

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