A Spanish-Language Network Finds Out That Not All Hispanics Living In The US Are Welcoming The Honduran Migrants With Open Arms


Stephanie Hamill Video Columnist
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A Spanish-language reporter recently interviewed several Hispanics to figure out what they really think about the migrant caravan making its way to the U.S from Central America.

Univision reporter Luis Megid found out that some Hispanic Americans think the caravan should not be allowed to enter the U.S. and that those who are attempting to get in should follow the U.S.’s immigration laws.

“How is it possible that a caravan from Central America is on its way to the U.S. and the people are speaking the way they’re speaking, demanding to get in. No sir, this isn’t their country and they need to respect it,” one man said.


Another woman told Megid, “like the president says, they can come here, but they need to come here legally like the rest of us.”

Megid also spoke with a Honduran woman who says she came to the U.S. in the last caravan from Central America. “It’s not right that so many people are heading to the U.S. in this Honduran caravan,” she said.