Oldest Evidence Of Illegal Immigration From Mexico Found

Oldest Evidence Of Illegal Immigration From Mexico Found

Fox News reports the discovery of a trail of 13 fossilized footprints in a desert in northern Mexico, 190 miles south of Eagle Pass, Texas. Scientists from Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology say the footprints are between 10,000 and 15,000 years old. “These ancient people are very clearly heading north to the border,” says Archaeologist Yuri de la Rosa Gutierrez. “This is the earliest evidence of illegal immigration into North America from Mexico ever found.”

When President Donald Trump learned of the archaeological find, he demanded that NASA scientists travel back in time to stop these ancient illegal immigrants. NASA found Trump’s suggestion amusing, saying there are better uses for America’s time travel technology.

Written By: Hadrian Micciche

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