Newly elected congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez retreats to U.S. Immigration authorities after Sunday's decision to oppose gas against Central American migrants.
"Applying for a refugee and asking for the situation is not a crime," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, sharing a Central American image with little children away from tear gas.
"It was not the most fledgling German family, it was not for families fleeing Rwanda. It was not for communities that flee to the Syrian war. There is no escapism for Central American violence," the polls have written asylum-seeker migrant caravans.
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Court Patrol agents lose gas at Central American migrants Sunday afternoon, 500 people have been taken to the US and the Mexican border, and the port of San Ysidro is accessed around San Diego to cross the border. .
Video cameras and video clips made it possible for the United States authorities to reveal tear gas for the general public for families with small children.
Applying for a refugee and requesting a state is not a crime.
There was no Jewish escaping from the German family.
It was not for Rwanda refugees.
It was not for communities that flee to the Syrian war.
And it is not the escapism of Central American violence. https://t.co/qhv7Rr1itn
– Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@ Ocasio2018) November 25, 2018
US Customs and Border Protection has said that some caravan migrants throw across the border, many of them call-up agents.
"Border Patrol agents spread tear gas to expand the team, because it is a security risk for agents," said the agency on Twitter.
After the ceremony, the Mexican ministry said it published a statement that was trying to pass "violently" and "illegally" in every country for sports for everyone.
Last Sunday, the mayor of Tirana, Juan Manuel Gastélum, published a Facebook statement saying that at least some 39 members of the Carlist migration were arrested because they had been arrested and citizens were "attacked" for "other reasons".
After months of strain on the front, millions of migrants from Central American mining have come to the south of Mexico City earlier this month to plan for seeking asylum in the United States.
Last week, Gastélum declared a "humanitarian crisis" situation and the international community, including the United Nations, introduced a step.
On Thursday, in a press conference today, the mayor of Tijuana denounced the Mexican federal government to not face trying to meet the needs of thousands of migrant citizens.
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The presence of Tijuana cost more than $ 550,000 or $ 26,970 per day, and said it did not support "public services in the city".
The neighbors in Tiwan also had the presence of caravan with the frustration that many protesters urged migrants to "stop" out of the border, asking for patronage and understanding for asylum seekers, escaping violence and many economic and political instability.
Meanwhile, across the border, Americans asked for an asylum gathered on Sunday to help members of the caravan, with signs of solidarity, such as "Welcome to Refugees" and "Leave All."