Another blown narrative: USC study shows migrant caravan not about escaping 'violence'

A new study on Central American migrants by the University of Southern California, hardly a conservative source, finds that caravan migrants and others like them are overwhelmingly job-seekers and people looking to join their families.  What they're not is people fleeing violence and persecution.  So the asylum "narrative" promoted in the press and by the left-wing lawyers now stands exposed as phony. According to the Washington Times: And while they are often referred to as asylum-seekers, few of the migrants from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador – the chief sending countries – are likely to end up winning asylum in the U.S., according to the study by academics at the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) at the University of Southern California, and the Institute for Defense Analyses. Adults are most likely to come for better jobs, the researchers...(Read Full Post)
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