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Texas to build border wall at state expense

Texas to build border wall at state expense
 
Reeling from the Biden-induced border crisis, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced that his state will take up where President Trump left off and start construction of a border wall with Mexico at state expense.
 

“The influx across the border is out of control, and the Biden administration has shown that [it] is not going to step up and do its job,” Abbott said, adding “And amidst reports of even more people coming in across the border, we know we have to step up and do more.”

“They’re seeing a lot of very bad dangerous people come across the border. People that they are afraid of encountering, people who are causing damage to their fences, their livestock, their crops, their neighborhoods, and their homes,” Abbott declared.

“What people have seen in videos across the country seems to be the Biden Administration welcoming these people to the United States,” Abbott coninued, adding “We won’t be sending that message.”


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( June 16th, 2021 @ 9:58 pm )
 
The State of Texas has now transfered $250 million in appropriated emergency funds to build its border wall with Mexico. They can likely do it cheaper than the feds could. Areas with high levels of migrant infiltration will be targeted.
( June 14th, 2021 @ 7:23 am )
 
Texas Governor Abbott has also announced something else that is big. He is directing state law enforcement personnel to arrest illegal aliens entering Texas and to prosecute them in state court, sending them to state prison. This is a huge challenge to Biden.



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