Episode 658

Senator Lankford joins the program


December 17th, 2020

21 mins 8 secs

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  • A New Migrant Caravan Forms — The latest "migrant caravan" in Honduras has set off for the American border, facing coronavirus border closures and Trump-era obstacles that dashed apart at least five earlier ones, the most recent in September. But this caravan — and especially any that follow — warrants close observation since it is a potential harbinger of whether a new caravan crisis develops on the southern border after the White House transitions to Joe Biden next month. The new caravan formed after even the Washington Post added its voice to Center for Immigration Studies predictions that, with the coming Biden administration's promised undoing of Trump's deterrence-based illegal immigration policies, "the elements of a new crisis are gathering."
  • Migrant Caravans Forming in Central America with High Hopes of 'Testing' a Biden Administration — A caravan of migrants tried to begin the long walk from Honduras to America’s Southern Border in what could have turned into an early test of immigration policy under presumptive President-elect Joe Biden. A group estimated at roughly 600 strong left the northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula on Wednesday moving toward the first barrier on the journey — the Guatemalan border, according to Reuters.