On Monday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat discussed Sunday's arrival of the Central American migrant caravan at the San Ysidro, California, port of entry at the U.S.-Mexico border.
On Sunday, one Honduran migrant told reporters that he plans to wait until 20,000 migrants have arrived in Tijuana, then as a group, the migrants will rush the U.S. port of entry together.
The man also told reporters that he has no intention of applying for asylum, calling the process of "a waste of time."
Pat described the migrants' position on the U.S. process for seeking asylum as being "entitled."
Other migrants told reporters that they have no intention of applying for asylum, making the position a commonly held practice of disregarding U.S. law.
One migrant, Marco Gomez, is a 26-year-old construction worker from Honduras who told reporters that the group wants to send a message to President Donald Trump: "Open the gate."
Another migrant, Frank Martinez, told reporters that most migrants seek the United States, not Mexico, and will enter the U.S. "illegally."
"I will enter illegally because we want a better life and I am in a hurry," he said.
The migrants were offered asylum in Mexico but the offer was declined, making it clear that the caravan is set on the U.S., Pat reminded the audience.
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