Some of the 120 migrants who recently arrived in Denver planned the trip themselves
Some of the roughly 120 migrants who arrived in downtown Denver in recent days used social media to plan the trip themselves, Denver city leaders said Thursday as they pledged to help the people find long-term shelter.
The mayor’s deputy chief of staff said the migrants were not sent to Colorado by another state’s governor. Officials, however, are still trying to learn more where the migrants came from, including the origin point of a bus that delivered roughly 90 people to the city Monday night.
“There was sort of an informal gathering on social media among those folks themselves,” said