Filmmaker Ami Horowitz headed to Mexico to take a firsthand look at the caravan of migrants from Central America. He shared what he learned with Glenn on Thursday's "The Glenn Beck Radio Program."
“There are so many layers of this onion, it's hard to know where to begin," Ami told Glenn. "I think the most important thing ... is the complicity that the mainstream media has with the organizers of this caravan.
"I don't mean to say that they had some kind of cabal and they're working together," he continued. "What I mean by that is ... look at every image that you see on CNN or MSNBC or the New York Times or Washington Post, any image or video that you see of the caravan. What's the one thing you always see? You always see women and kids right in the framing — and it's so ludicrous because you literally have to sit there for a while to find that frame because there are so few women and children. Literally, I would say 90 to 95 percent of the people there are men.
"You can go on and on about how disingenuous the media is on this," Ami said. "The media will have you believe this is some kind of organic groundswell of people who decided, at the same time, in Honduras, 'We're going to form a caravan and go to America.' That's the narrative you hear from the media. Again, nothing could be further from the truth."
"This was organized from the beginning ... there are literally lines and lines of these chartered buses that take people from place to place. There's mobile hospitals. There are armies of trucks and vehicles moving food and water and equipment," he added.
Glenn asked about 'Pueblo Sin Fronteras,' a Soros-funded group known to have organized and sponsored the caravan of South American migrants in April.
"Oh this is their caravan," asserted Ami. "They are the sponsors. They're the organizers. They are the ones that put this whole thing together.
"This is not a secret," he added. "It's not like I found something that nobody else could find. You just show up with a camera and this is what's out there. It's laid out for you. There are hundreds of these workers. It's not like it's one or two kind of hiding in the bushes, they're all over the place. They're wearing T-shirts ... they're wearing colored vests and have these blow horns. You can't throw a rock and not hit one of these people. They've been organizing it from the beginning to the end, and the cost of this thing, Glenn, has got to be in the millions of dollars ... it's unbelievable how clear it is that this thing was organized from the beginning."
Watch the video clip at the top of the page to catch more of the conversion.
You can also view Ami's PragerU video below.