Pompeo: Trump-Mexico Deal Enables U.S. to Return Migrants to Mexico at “Full Throttle”


[…] Those crossing the U.S. southern border to seek asylum will be rapidly returned to Mexico where they may await their adjudication of their asylum claims. We’ve seen this before. We were able to do this to the tune of a couple of hundred people per day [before the deal].

We now have the capacity to do this full throttle and engage this in a way that will make a fundamental difference in the calculus for those [migrants] deciding to transit Mexico to try to get into the United States. This full-blown effort under the Migration Protocols [Remain in Mexico] is a big deal and was something that we worked on very, very diligently with our Mexican counterparts over two days. And we will pursue other cooperative efforts too.


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10 Comments on Pompeo: Trump-Mexico Deal Enables U.S. to Return Migrants to Mexico at “Full Throttle”

  1. Yeah. Mexico is going to pull the same shit that North Korea does; They will wholeheartedly and enthusiastically agree, then when the deal is signed they will just go back to business as usual, and keep sending ‘fugees over the border. The only way that we will get what we want, is by Trump going ahead with the sanction/tariff plan, and building the wall. The wall especially, because Mexico eventually WILL go back on their word.

  2. Too bad he wasn’t standing next to a Briggs & Stratton powered catapult when he said that.

  3. Thanks Mr. President! Any way you can deport Tom Donahue and a few others while you’re on a roll?

  4. How about we start fining employers who use these rats? They’re taking unfair advantage of their competitors and screwing the american workers and they scarcely get mentioned.

  5. @gin: Maybe we could put some of them in the trebuchet bucket w/ their illegal employees!

  6. @JMV June 11, 2019 at 2:54 pm

    > The only way that we will get what we want

    Who is this “we” Kemosabe?

    (I have a dream. A dream where Americans are locked in eternal war with Aztlán. The buffer state, Aztlán. The free fire, war zone, Aztlán. Which The United Nations might seek to negotiate settlement of. But not being a member of The United Nations, Americans will just have to keep being sure that anything that moves in the strait of Aztlán — the former Rio Grand shore, likely still called such by members of The United Nations — stops. Yes, I have a dream.)

  7. Anon:

    The WE who are paying for all the “freebies” that the wetbacks are getting.
    The WE who are stuck with long wait times at the ER because the wetbacks use the ER as their General Practicioner.
    The WE who are paying increased vehicle insurance rates to off set the wetbacks who don’t get insurance and run when they have an accident.
    The WE who have lost loved ones to wetback drunk drivers who never get punished.
    The WE who see diseases that were pretty much eradicated this past century returning via diseased wetbacks sneaking across our borders.

    I could go on, but I think you understand the “WE” that I’m talking about, Tonto.

    As far as your little aztlan quote, look up the treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo. You just might learn something.


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