Texas Prepares for New Migrant Arrivals at U.S.-Mexico Border

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President Biden and his administration have not done right by the American people. When Biden became president, he spoke about healing divisions and bringing the citizens of the nation together.

However, with Biden’s words, policies, and attacks on Republicans and unvaccinated Americans, he’s only sown division. Meanwhile, as GOP members urge Biden to do his job, he is only looking to shove more socialist bills into law via Congress.

The southern border is in a catastrophic condition, due to the bad decisions of Biden. On January 19, the last full day of former President Trump’s term, the border was in order. Then, when Biden became president, he immediately went to work on dismantling law and order regarding immigration.

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Since the federal government won’t do its job and get the border under control, red states are having to step in accordingly. This week, the country learned Texas is prepared as new hoards of migrants make their way to the southern border.

Updates from the Texas governor

On Saturday, Texas GOP Governor Greg Abbott explained the current status of the Lone Star State as it works to secure the border. Per Abbott’s announcement, the Texas National Guard remains stationed at the border accordingly.

The governor explained that as a result of the president embracing open borders, more illegal immigrants are coming to enter the country. It is for this reason the Texas National Guard is working with Texas’ Department of Public Safety; together, these two bodies are working on taking illegal crossers into custody and sealing open areas.

Before this announcement, Abbott also revealed to America that Texas is working on securing the border as the Biden administration does absolutely nothing.

Support from other red states

There is no doubt that Texas is on the frontlines when it comes to securing the southern border. After all, the Lone Star State has largely felt the brunt of illegal immigration.

However, over the course of 2021, other red states have stepped in to assist Texas in their work. Florida deployed certain resources to aid Texas in dealing with the U.S.-Mexico border. Likewise, other states with Republican governors subsequently followed suit.