Abbott Amasses 2,300+ Troops To Defend Besieged Border City

Gotta hand it to Texas Governor Greg Abbott – He won’t let anyone tell him what to do about protecting his state’s ever-besieged borders.

And no one can accuse him of not trying to collaborate with Biden … On the contrary, Abbott has tried everything to work alongside the federal government, only to be brutally rebuffed every step along the way.

The entire situation really came to a head at the start of 2024, when Abbott issued a rather compelling update on January 8.

“Today, I met with President Biden during his first visit to the border. I hand-delivered a letter asking him to do his constitutional duty to secure our border and keep Texans – and Americans – safe,” Abbott tweeted.

The formal letter began with rather compelling statistics, flatly declaring that Biden’s photo-op visit was “$20 billion too little and two years too late.”

Alas, Biden was unmoved, and he has done exactly nothing of substance to secure the border.

Even worse, the Supreme Court bizarrely ruled that the federal government had the apparent authority to remove the barbed wire Abbott had pointedly set up across especially abused areas of the border.

Abbott, being Abbott, has refused to remove the barbed wire, and Biden’s goons have strangely not stepped in to do so themselves, despite having Supreme Court backing.

Then again, it is an election year, so that’s likely the only reason why.

However, Abbott hardly plans to stop at barbed wire, though it’s been effective at blocking some illegals.

What’s even more effective is a veritable army designed to combat the insurgence.

Indeed, Eagle Pass, which has long been besieged by migrants, is suffering from an especially prolonged deluge of illegals, which is precisely why Abbott is constructing a brand new army base right in the heart of the crisis.

“Texas is building a new 80 acre base camp for thousands of Texas National Guard on the border near Eagle Pass. This will improve our ability to swiftly respond to illegal crossings and to build more border barriers that deny illegal entry,” Abbott declared.

The structure is anticipated to accommodate 2,300 National Guard members, who will play a powerful role in combatting illegal migration.

Especially after Biden withdrew multiple troops from the border last summer.

“This will increase the ability for a larger number of Texas military department personnel in Eagle Pass to operate more effectively and more efficiently … Because of the magnitude of what we’re doing, because of the need to sustain and actually expand our efforts … it’s essential that we build this base camp,” Abbott declared.

The Texas governor also shared photos of the barbed wire, illuminating its effectiveness against illegals alongside his defiance of a bizarre Supreme Court ruling.

“Texas National Guard soldiers and DPS troopers deployed to the border deter and repel people attempting to illegally cross into our state. Our stiff resistance is working. Texas will continue to hold the line,” Abbott continued, “having the soldiers located right here, right by the river, they’re going to have the ability to more quickly be able to construct that razor wire barrier.”

May that construction continue indefinitely … and may mass deportations of illegals begin under twelve months from now, with a new leader in power.

Author: Jane Jones


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