Thank you for being so vocal in this fight. Your words mean a lot. Hoping you find peace.
— Angry Rose #GlovesOff (@RosemaryMscott) November 2, 2018
Thank you, Fred. Thank you, Jaime.
— Clumsy Beast (@Clumsy_Beast) November 2, 2018
If Trump's feral base believes that rocks resemble firearms, they should be okay-fine w/ surrendering their guns & just carrying rocks for self-defense.
— C. Jeffrey Smith (@CJSmith7880) November 2, 2018
Trump wasn’t spared additional pushback on social media because rocks are not rifles.
— Skip Hogan (@Skiphogan) November 2, 2018
If rocks are so dangerous then why does anyone need a gun?
— ali redding (@alibearbeads) November 2, 2018
Instead of militarizing the border, many Americans think humanitarian aid should be the priority.
Don't give in to fear and hatred, it burns everyone it touches.
— Wesley Clark (@WesClarkjr) October 24, 2018
Could we flood the border with 50 thousand American citizens to welcome them with food and water and guide them to where they can apply for asylum. And provide surveillance for their safety?
— ChuckMapesImpeachnow (@wideglideflyer) November 1, 2018
The US should send humanitarian aid to the caravan. Not 15,000 soldiers.
— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) November 1, 2018
Yes! We have become an elitist country. Obviously forgot our own roots… we should be helping people not threatening them.
— La'Velle Reynolds (@MrsReynolds2017) November 1, 2018
Those soldiers can provide aid, we just have to supply them and tell them.
— Jeremy Daw (@magwa101) November 2, 2018
A Civil Affairs battalion would make sense as aiding refugees is one of their mission sets.
— Vote like the Country is on the line (@Soldier_Cynic) November 2, 2018
The migrant caravan is still several weeks away from the United States and the number of people within it has steadily decreased since the march began last month. The crowd is made up mainly of women and children seeking asylum in the United States.