Videos: Caravan of illegals climb border fence, taunt border officials, harass Fox News reporter

On Sunday, a number of migrants seeking asylum in the United States scaled the border fence at San Ysidro, California, taunting border officials and harassing a Fox News reporter.

“Several groups of people associated with the Central American caravan” illegally entered the U.S. “by climbing over the dilapidated scrap metal border fence on either side of the San Ysidro Port of Entry,” said Rodney S. Scott, chief of the Border Patrol in the San Diego sector.

According to Scott, the migrants included “children as young as 4 years old and in one case a pregnant female.” He called it “unconscionable that anyone would expose a child to these dangerous conditions.”

According to The Daily Caller:

Five busloads of migrants were escorted Sunday through Tijuana to a cross-border rally near San Diego, where supporters gathered on both sides of the fence, The Associated Press reports. Images from the rally show apparent migrants from the Mexican side sitting atop the border wall proudly waving what appears to be the Honduran flag, the banner of the country from which many of the migrants are trying to flee.

The Associated Press revealed that more than a dozen people from the Mexican side of the divide scaled the wall, as Border Patrol agents watched carefully nearby. Related video also showed some individuals pushing through the chain link fence.

Here’s just a few videos of the incident:

One video posted by the Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft showed illegals harassing Fox reporter William La Jeunesse:

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There’s more:

Fox News added:

Administration officials and their allies claim asylum fraud is growing and that many who seek it are coached on how to do so.

U.S. immigration lawyers who went to Tijuana have denied coaching people in the caravan, but have said they have been providing one-on-one counseling to assess the merits of their cases and how asylum works in the U.S.

“Like how to defend myself with immigration, how to carry myself,” a 16-year-old unaccompanied minor from Honduras told Fox News on Saturday regarding the meetings he’s had with lawyers.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions called the caravan “a deliberate attempt to undermine our laws and overwhelm our system,” and pledged to send more immigration judges to the border to resolve cases if necessary.


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