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November 26, 2018







DAILYKENN.com -- Rock throwing insurgents posing as refugees forced women and children to the front to discourage reprisal from authorities. 

From Daily Caller ▼ Amber Athey and Saagar Enjeti

Border Patrol agents revealed in interviews that the migrants storming the U.S.-Mexico border over the weekend were using women and children as human shields as they launched rocks at agents.

Border Patrol unleashed tear gas and pepper balls to disperse the crowd of migrants trying to cross the border in Tijuana, Mexico on Sunday. According to San Diego Chief Border Patrol Agent Rodney Scott, agents did not use dispersion techniques until after migrants had struck several agents with projectiles.

“Several agents were actually struck by rocks,” Scott said, before revealing that the migrants pushed women and children to the front of their group to discourage agents from responding to rock-throwing with force.

“What we saw over and over yesterday was that the group — the caravan, as we call them — would push women and children to the front and then begin, basically, rocking our agents,” Scott asserted.

Scott further explained that agents did not target women and children with gas, but that “once that chemical is released, it does go through the air.”

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