Wednesday, September 22, 2021

One million Haitians are expected to arrive during the remainder of 2021


  • retired cruise ships have been put back into service
  • the ships are boarded in Haiti by migrants for a 12 hour trip
  • the ships unload in Veracruz. Mexico
  • migrants are then bused to the U.S. border
  • migrants are given humanitarian aid and then bused or flown to dispersal sites throughout the U.S. 
  • the Mexican bus company is the same company that transported central American migrants earlier this year
  • the source of funding for the cruise ships and buses is unknown
  • total travel time for a typical Haitian migrant is 3.5 days
  • each migrant is required to report to U.S. Immigration within 60 days
  • government officials are sworn to secrecy 





  1. Anonymous9/22/2021

    And they become registered Democratic Voters in 8 hours after arriving here.

    1. Anonymous9/23/2021

      They were voting Democrat while they were still in Haiti.

  2. Anonymous9/22/2021

    I’m all in favor of helping people out. Everyone gets hit with hard times. I get that the USA will always be here for refugees. But this sounds like an abuse. Mexico passing the buck.

    1. Anonymous9/23/2021

      Mexico is a rich country ruled by White looking Spaniards who send their problems to America.

  3. Anonymous9/22/2021

    River Blindness Elimination Program

    The Carter Center works with national ministries of health in Latin America and Africa to eliminate river blindness, one of the leading causes of preventable blindness worldwide.

    The Carter Foundation raises money to purchase Mectizan® (IVERMECTIN).

  4. Anonymous9/22/2021

    Bring in the scoops!

  5. Anonymous9/23/2021

    Lansing and Alsip are approved destinations.