St Toribio intercedes for all those who pray to him.
Cf. "Not every one that saith to me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven: but he that doth the will of my Father who is in heaven, he shall enter into the kingdom of heaven." (Matt. 7:21)
According to poche, however, "St. Toribio intercedes for all [as in ALL
] those who pray to him."
First of all, we don't know what each of those prayers are for. Nor do we know who each of the people praying to the "Coyote Saint" is. (For instance, it may well be that some coyotes pray to him to assist them in their continual criminal operation! After all, they would in a certain sense be on the same page as the ones they are helping to cross the border illegally.) Even if you were to grant that each of the ones praying loves the Blessed Mother how does that translate into the Coyote Saint interceding on behalf of each one of them, especially if they are praying in essence for assistance in violating the immigration (border laws) of another sovereign country?
Finally, only God Himself determines whether or not one's prayers to a saint or angel will reach the intended recipient. The Church has never taught that every person in every instance who prays to a saint or angel asking for their intercession will be heard. God hears all, but that certainly doesn't mean a prayed to saint or angel necessarily hears all. Even when they do hear our prayers it is still only through God's will (should He will it) that they be allowed to intercede for us.