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A new poll by Echelon Insights, which includes veteran pollster Lance Tarrance, has found that 57% of Texas Hispanic voters support stronger border security, and that number rises to 60% in South Texas.  57% disapprove of Biden's job performance and 53% blame Biden for high gas prices.  61% of Texas Hispanics say they are perturbed by the Democrats' over-emphasis on race and sex.

Meanwhile the Biden regime just keeps upping its open border policies.  A major British newspaper is reporting that just moments after Texas officials locked a border gate, Border Patrol agents reopened it and starting letting a steady stream of illegal alien migrants freely enter the country without even any border checks at all.  They even posted video of the outrageous incident.


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( August 18th, 2022 @ 10:48 am )
It is important to remember in November who the good guys and the bad guys are on illegal immigration. The Good Guys are US Senate candidate Ted Budd, State Rep. Keith Kidwell, and Commissioner Stan Deatherage. The bad guys are ALL of the Democrats plus RINO county commissioner Frankie Waters, the only so-called Republican to vote to support illegal aliens coming into the country. Waters is the water boy for a small group of wealthy big farmers who exploit illegal alien labor. Deatherage on the other hand is the commissioner who introduced the resolution against illegal immigration, and also to document the costs to Beaufort County taxpayers of illegal immigration.

I wish those Texas National Guard would do something, like line up shoulder to shoulder with fixed bayonets to physically keep the illegals from entering. Better yet, send some Texas Rangers and arrest all the illegals for trespassing in Texas AND the border patrol as accessories.

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