Led by former terrorist Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa, a group of caravan migrants marched into the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana on Tuesday with a list of demands for the Trump administration. Read more on this here.
What are the demands?
"The caravan is demanding that, if they're not granted immediate asylum they want ... $50,000 in cash for every caravan member ... and immediate removal of all U.S. economic and military assets in Honduras," Glenn said on Friday's episode of "The Glenn Beck Radio Program."
"Maybe it's just me, but if you're trying to appear like a grassroots movement, you know, a group of migrants who are just trying to escaping the dangers of their own country, you might want to tone down the crazy Marxist rhetoric," he added. "Demanding millions of dollars and the removal of the U.S. military from Honduras just kinda screams, 'Hey, we're Marxist communist revolutionaries.' I'm a Marxist terrorist.' Doesn't it?"
Who is Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa?
"Back in 1987, [Guerrero] tried to get asylum in Mexico ... after being suspected by the Honduran and U.S. government for, wait for it, Marxist left wing terrorism," Glenn said. "In 1987, Honduras was ground zero for U.S. and Soviet proxy forces fighting the Cold War."
"The Contra rebels were actually based there, and leftists terrorists would sometimes carry out operations in the country in response," he continued. "On August 8, a bomb was thrown into the China Palace restaurant ... just a few miles away from the U.S. military base in Honduras. Six American soldiers were injured in the blast. Alfonso Guerrero was the primary suspect. He escaped to Mexico and claimed asylum. The Reagan Administration charged the Mexican government for 'harboring a terrorist' for granting Guerrero protection."
Watch the video clip above to learn more.