What do you do if Joe Biden puts out a giant welcome mat on our border and absolutely refuses to enforce our laws like he pledged to? Well, first of all, if you actually believed any of the promises and statements Biden made during the campaign. it only proves that your judgment is sorely lacking.
If you think any Democrat is going to represent the American people rather than illegal aliens, China, Russia, and Iran, with a side order of antifa and BLM, then it is your judgment that can’t be trusted. But, Gov Greg Abbott has a plan and it is going to begin this week. He has announced that Texas will be arresting illegal aliens who cross the border into Texas.
They will be charged with trespassing among other charges. They have been clearing out places where they can detain them.
“Our fellow Texans and our fellow Americans are being threatened every day. I’m talking to people in this region. Their lives and their properties and their families are being overrun.”
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The arrests have begun in Del Rio, a city of 36,000 that sits near the midpoint of Texas’s nearly 2,000-mile international border. A new processing center is in place near the county jail. State emergency-management officials set up military-issue tents at the county fairgrounds last weekend. State troopers filled hotels. National Guardsmen waited for Border Patrol with a group of migrants.
Mr. Abbott said Saturday, during an event in Del Rio, that the state has largely achieved the steps to make it possible to arrest border crossers. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice emptied a 1,000-person prison south of San Antonio for the operation and has been making changes to operate it as a jail.
The demand for tickets out of town is at a “record” high, with “most, if not all” of the recent increase coming from migrants who were caught crossing the border illegally and released pending future court appearances, Rodriguez said, citing information pulled together by McAllen Transit Director Mario Delgado.
All seats are already purchased for tomorrow,” Rodriguez said Wednesday.
“So, if somebody wants to buy a bus fare to head north, they have to wait two days.”
Central Station has also seen a 50 percent surge in the number of passengers hanging around and waiting to leave, he said, adding, “That’s substantial because we’re a pretty busy bus station to begin with.”