Short answer: Yeah. You bet.
Representative Matt Gaetz from the NW part of Florida posted this video to Twitter, showing a couple of guys going through the caravan crowd handing out money.
It should be obvious, right? Here we have thousands of people migrating a long distance and leaving whatever home and life they had. They have to eat. They have to "function". The military saying that "an army marches on its stomach" doesn't just apply to armies. Furthermore, take a look at he people in this freeze frame: do they look poorly dressed? Do they look like destitute refugees? Not to me. To me, they look fairly well dressed and even fairly affluent.
How much money are we talking about? Talk show host and Fox News commentator Laura Ingraham is being widely quoted for this tweet.
Who is funding the migrant “caravan”? Each migrant’s passage can cost as much as $7K each. Per capita income Honduras is $2.3 K.A rough number for the cost of moving this caravan becomes trivial with this estimate. Given I've heard estimates of 4000 in the crowd, that says it's a $28 Million dollar effort to rush the US border.
At the American Thinker, Daniel John Sobieski writes the funding comes from the Honduran government and Non-Governmental Organizations funded by George Soros.
It is doubtful that such sums came from the kiddies' college funds. Evidence of Soros funding of an earlier "spontaneous" migration have been found among the tentacles of support that flow from his Open Society group coffersThe article linked, though, is from last May, and mentions the groups I talked about back then. The organization taking the lead is “Pueblo Sin Fronteras”. The name translates as "people without borders", but a more poetic translation might be Open Society, the name of one of Soros' pet organizations. "A World Without Borders".
“The caravan is organized by a group called Pueblo Sin Fronteras, but the effort is supported by the coalition CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project, which includes Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLIN), the American Immigration Council (AIC), the Refugee and Immigration Center for Education and Legal Services (RICELS) and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) – thus the acronym CARA,” WND reported. “At least three of the four groups are funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.”It looks like this story is a duplicate of the last "caravan of central American refugees" story from last spring: much more "AstroTurf" than "grass roots". By the way: did you happen to notice that Judicial Watch says there's 3.5 million more registered voters than living adults in the US? Funny, that.