Red State Governor Reveals A New Type Of Border Patrol

Looks like Biden’s open borders may have hit a literally reptilian snag.

Per a recent post from Texas Governor Greg Abbott, more than one reptile is lurking about key border crossings, particularly the Rio Grande.

And those reptiles include fifteen-foot alligators, one of which was spotted sunning itself near a key illegal entry point.

“Alligators are in the Rio Grande. FYI, there are warning signs posted in some sectors. Enter at your own risk,” Abbott declared ominously on X.

Indeed, one would think that massive alligators would be a deterrent for some, including the most hardened cartel killers and human traffickers.

Indeed, the literally natural addition of alligators is yet another example of how Abbott is almost singlehandedly fighting back against the massive onslaught of illegal immigration.

Thanks to his Lone Star State operation, illegal crossings at the Texas border have been more than halved as illegals turn their attention to entry points at other states, such as Arizona, instead.

On top of that, Abbott has also made at least a small dent in the Beijing-driven cartel activities, which he recently, and proudly, announced.

“Our stiff resistance is working. Texas is building our own border wall, laid down miles of razor wire, and seized over 476 MILLION doses of deadly fentanyl,” Abbott proclaimed.

Keep it up, Abbott!

While the combination of Abbott’s policies and alligators remains a rather obvious deterrent at the Texas border, it is clear that the Democrats are determined to continue destroying the nation with illegal immigration, especially as Biden continues to yap about giving citizenship to terrorists from Gaza and a number of other horrific, anti-American proposals.

Indeed, the White House continues to flood the nation with illegals, including several from nations that harbor terrorists.

A rather lame, albeit deadly, attempt to displace hardworking, taxpaying Americans with violent criminals who will keep the Democrats in perpetual power.

The same Americans that the far left routinely accuses of “white privilege” and a number of other ridiculous accusations.

Frankly, it’s little wonder that discussions of “Texit” have sprung up again, especially as Texas was its own independent nation two centuries ago.

And with the current state of the nation now, perhaps calls for “Texit” just might emerge again.

Heck, maybe Florida will even join in with “Flexit” at some point, especially as Biden continues to fly hundreds of thousands of illegals into Miami International Airport.

In the meantime, perhaps reptiles with prehistoric origins may keep some of the illegal migration at bay.

Author: Jane Jones


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