What the media pretends is unthinkable is already happening:
Mexico has deported over 300 Indian nationals to New Delhi, the National Migration Institute (INM) said late on Wednesday, calling it an unprecedented transatlantic deportation. The move follows a deal Mexico struck with the United States in June, vowing to significantly curb U.S.-bound migration in exchange for averting U.S. tariffs on Mexican exports.
“It is unprecedented in INM’s history – in either form or the number of people – for a transatlantic air transport like the one carried out on this day,” INM said in a statement.
The 310 men and one woman that INM said were in Mexico illegally were sent on a chartered flight, accompanied by federal immigration agents and Mexico’s National Guard. They arrived in New Delhi on Friday.
Isn’t it remarkable what a little standing firm can accomplish? The ease with which China has caused both the NBA and Hollywood to kneel demonstrates that the US government and other US organizations could easily break the mainstream narrative, it only requires a little backbone of the sort that has hitherto been lacking.