The migrant mob marching toward the Southern border is one of the dominant stories of the 2018 election homestretch.
Americans are horrified to watch the Democrats and the media invite the migrant invasion.
And now James Mattis gave the order about the migrant caravan that had Trump supporters jumping for joy.
Thousands of migrants formed a gang to invade America.
The media is pushing the fake news that they are asylum seekers.
Vice President Mike Pence revealed that the President of Honduras told him leftist groups of Venezuela organized and funded the caravan.
Donald Trump threatened to send the military to the border to stop the migrant mob invasion.
His critics claimed it couldn’t be done.
But then Secretary of Defense James Mattis stepped up and ordered 800 more troops to the border.
Defense Secretary James Mattis is expected to sign deployment orders as soon as Thursday that could send 800 or more troops to the border with Mexico to help border patrol authorities stop a caravan of migrants from Central America moving through Mexico to enter the US, according to three administration officials.
The officials tell CNN final details are being worked out including where the troops will come from and their specific tasks.
It is not yet clear if all or part of the new deployment will be federally activated National Guard forces or active duty troops.
The troops will not engage in lethal operations to stop the migrants. Instead they are expected to provide fencing, wall materials and other technical support at several key points along the border where it is believed the migrants may try to cross.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.