The hundreds expected at the San Ysidro rally will also hold up California immigration policies as ones that should be emulated on a national level - the same policies that have caught the ire of the Trump administration.
On the eve of US President Donald Trump's first visit to California since taking office, the state's Democratic governor, Jerry Brown, is questioning Trump's decision to highlight prototypes for his promised US-Mexico border wall.
Organizers on both sides were urging people to remain peaceful after recent scuffles at rallies in Southern California, including brawls at a December 9 rally near where the prototypes stand.
"I don't know why he took so long to get here but I think he is realizing that this is the strongest point of resistance, here at the border and in the state of California", protester Ali Torabei said.
In September, CA Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a suit against the Trump administration, based on the belief ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) would negatively impact the state's economy.
Several dozen activists held a press conference on Monday at San Diego's Chicano Park to call on people to come out and peacefully protest the project. They hate armed guards, but they walk around with people with guns.
In January Garcetti was reported to be a 50-1 shot to be the next President in 2020 but he would be the first mayor in United States history to go straight to the White House.
House Republicans reach opposite conclusion from intelligence community
The Senate Intelligence Committee is preparing to put out recommendations and hold a hearing on election security this month. CNN reported , citing an unnamed source familiar with the matter, that Rep.
Vargas, who has voted twice to impeach Trump, told reporters he knew about "classified information" that would be used to impeach Trump related to Russian meddling in the US presidential election.
"People will find their way here", he said as he walked in a procession featuring placards denouncing the wall plan and children in Mexican ponchos riding on their parents' shoulders.
Speakers set to appear at the rally include gubernatorial candidate and Assemblyman Travis Allen, R-Huntington Beach, Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, author and documentarian Trevor Loudon, and former Assemblyman Tim Donnelly.
According to Trump, Peña Nieto said: "Mr. President, I would like you to make a statement that Mexico will not pay for the wall", to which Trump replied: "Are you insane?"
Trump was expected to visit the eight 30-foot tall border wall prototypes standing side by side in a dirt field steps away from the U.S. -Mexico border in the Otay Mesa area of San Diego, though White House officials remained tight-lipped about the field trip. "So, you can be sure I'm going to use every power I have to stop them", Sessions said in Sacramento. "It's something that he's going to continue to push for".
Attorney General Jeff Sessions traveled to Sacramento last week to announce the lawsuit, which challenges three California laws passed previous year limiting cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
Trump has also engaged in a war of words with California Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters, who he dubbed "a low I.Q. individual".