Human rights groups in Tijuana are sounding the alarm about a far left organization that is trying to agitate members of the migrant caravan into rushing the U.S. border again, Breitbart reports.
The group By Any Means Necessary (BAMN) is calling for all migrants to gather on Saturday morning at one of the shelters and then to make their way to the U.S. border, where they will demand it be opened for everyone or they will “shut it down.” In addition to posting the information on their website, BAMN members have taken to social media encouraging other protesters and members of the migrant caravan. Breitbart reports.
BAMN STATEMENT ON THE CARAVAN: Our Freedom March is almost over! Our goal of freedom is within sight and we must march on in order to achieve it!
BAMN STATEMENT ON THE CARAVAN: Our Freedom March is almost over! Our goal of freedom is within sight and we must march on in order to achieve it! pic.twitter.com/Qcd1LHLMYi
— Adam Lerman (@AdamBAMN) November 26, 2018
“For the past few weeks, BAMN organizers have been on the ground in Tijuana working with migrants in the caravan to help people be able to cross the border into the United States to seek asylum. With our very limited resources we have been doing everything we can to provide people with basic needs like food and clothes. We are raising money to be able to continue to provide the help and leadership needed and to support our organizers who are there and more who are on their way.” BAMN
Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary (BAMN) 313-936-0664 firstname.lastname@example.org bamn.com/openitup
The human rights group in mexico, Al Otro lado, claims that the group “BAMN” is scamming people out of money and that they are not in Mexico as they claim.
PLEASE DONATE TO HELP THE CARAVAN CROSS THE BORDER & PROVIDE FOOD, SUPPLIES & ORGANIZING MATERIALS AT THE BORDER!https://t.co/yE8TED5Pkn
— BAMN (@followbamn) November 30, 2018
BAMN is agitating the caravan to march on the border. They are not on the ground and not working with the caravan organizers. At the same time, law enforcement is emptying the San Diego jails and telling the courts to anticipate 200-300 prosecutions/day. We smell a setup https://t.co/wcDuc1aO8I
— Al Otro Lado (@AlOtroLado_Org) November 30, 2018