Tijuana trashed as migrants are moved to new camp further away from US border

With Mexican authorities relocating thousands of illegal immigrants who make up the migrant caravan to a site 15 miles away from the U.S. border, the aftermath seen at the initial site brings to mind scenes from the left.

Fox News multimedia journalist Kyle Rothenberg shared a video on Twitter that captured the squalor.

Rothenberg tweeted: “Tons of trash and clothes left behind by #caravan #migrants at the #TijuanaBorder shelter this morning. #Mexico police moved most of them about 15 miles away from the border yesterday to a different camp.”

Rothenberg shared other videos and images of the living conditions and the health of those looking to gain entry into the United States by requesting asylum.

Here’s another video from Fox News correspondent Jeff Paul on the unsanitary conditions and rampant respiratory issues:

The troubling scenes look eerily similar to Portland, Oregon, after police shut down an Occupy ICE  camp site in the city.

But then, one only need to look at any large liberal gathering, like the annual Earth Day celebration on the National Mall, to see similar conditions.

Here’s a sampling of responses to the conditions in Tijuana


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