The White House has just learned the hard way, never mess with Texas.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton tried to warn them but they wouldn’t listen.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott, who’s border towns and cities are tired of shouldering the burden of illegal immigrants flooding his state took matters into his own hands. As hundreds of illegal immigrants are dumped by federal officials they are being put back on buses and shipped to DC.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed it was just a “publicity stunt” however she was sorely mistaken.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told Fox News, I wish it was only a publicity stunt. She doesn’t understand the reality, or doesn’t care about the reality, of what’s happening on the Texas border. And then, ultimately, what’s happening to all of our states, because really every state is a border state now, affected by what’s going on along the border. Because we have a massive increase in drug overdoses, we have had COVID spread around, we’ve had all kinds of crime issues. This is a real issue. This is not a publicity stunt by the governor.”
The White House quickly discovered Texas is not messing around and more buses are on the way.
However, immigrants keep on coming and things are getting dangerous.
In the clip below you’ll see illegal immigrants who have thrown themselves into the Rio Grande forcing law enforcement to rescue them putting themselves and LEOs at risk. The fact that Joe Biden is allowing this to happen on a regular basis is an international embarrassment.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘They Are Going To Storm The Border’: South Texas Braces For Migrant Surge As Title 42 Is Set To End
Sources tell us between 7,000 – 10,000 migrants are living in Piedras Negras,Mexico waiting for the end of title 42 to cross illegally into the US pic.twitter.com/f7gzJMM8tI
Meanwhile, Biden is trying to keep a lid on how many illegal immigrants he’s allowing into the country.
This means there have been 1,026,460 encounters in the first 6 months of FY’ 22, which began on 10/1. In the first 6 months of record setting FY’21, there were only 570,826 encounters.
This means the first 6 months of FY’22 are up 79% over the first 6 months of FY’21 @FoxNews