“Vacate the area by the end of Wednesday or else!”
That’s basically what Biden’s Adminastration told Texas.
Or else what?
I absolutely love the fact that they gave the National Guard a deadline.
Because it gives them a chance to clearly defy the orders for all of us to see. And you know what that does?
When they defy the order of a fradulent administration, it instills hope and boosts the morale of the citizens of this land, especially those in Texas. And that’s huge!
Here’s a few things that we get from the National Guard being there, beside the obvious of stopping invaders:
- It helps us feel that there’s someone with power fighting on our side at a time when the government has show they aren’t for us.
- It gives us a visual, a representation of unity.
- It provides a boost in confidence.
- It eases the sense of feeling helpless, knowing something is being done.
- It serves as motivation, for us to also stand against oppression and tyranny, however that looks in our life.
- And it inspires us to persevere (even if mentally) knowing we are making progress. I recall Tony Robbins saying, “Progess equals happiness.”
So before I get to the actual report, here’s a quick clip to keep the morale up!
Texas ain’t messing around. Nice to see someone finally protecting our border pic.twitter.com/DgIaFXMwjM
— 🇺🇸Travis🇺🇸 (@Travis_in_Flint) January 15, 2024
Here’s what Breitbart reports:
The state appears to be standing firm as a Biden administration deadline of “the end of the day” for the state to remove the gates and allow unimpeded access to the Border Patrol approaches. General Counsel Jonathan Meyer, on behalf of the Department of Homeland Security, communicated it to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in a letter on January 10.
As reported by Breitbart Texas, the DHS letter to Paxton was sent in response to the seizure of Shelby Park a few days earlier under a Texas statute for law enforcement and disaster relief purposes by Abbott in response to the border crisis impacting his state. The DHS letter to Paxton cited the statutory authority granted to Border Patrol agents to patrol private lands within 25 miles of the border without a warrant. The letter warned the state was impeding the federal agents with the seizure of the property and the conditions placed upon the Border Patrol for entry.
In addition, the DHS letter asserts the placement of the temporary gates at the entrance of the park, put in place by state authorities, is on federal land. The federal government acquired the land in question after an intense legal battle with the City of Eagle Pass over the right to erect a border fence as required by the Secure Fence Act of 2006.
Although tensions continue to build between the State of Texas and the Biden administration over the use and access of the park by the Border Patrol, the tensions appear to be much less visible at the park itself. Migrant crossings had reduced to a near trickle in the area compared to December when a record-breaking 71,000 migrants crossed the Rio Grande into the Del Rio Border Patrol Sector — most choosing to cross in Eagle Pass.
According to a source within CBP, not authorized to speak to the media, migrant apprehensions have dropped to roughly 500 per day in Eagle Pass, down from more than 2,000 per day in late December.
The source told Breitbart Texas, “The battle is not between the law enforcement agents on the ground here, it’s between Austin and Washington, D.C., we just respond to different authorities who have much different view on border policies. Until that changes, we’re stuck in the middle.”
So interesting little video here…
Department of Homeland Security has ORDERED Texas to vacate Eagle Pass and let Border Patrol back in after they were ejected… OR ELSE!!
Well… some of y'all not from Texas may or may not know this, but THIS isn't the first time a corrupt… pic.twitter.com/bOmqwFZFQN
— SaltyGoat (@SaltyGoat17) January 17, 2024
I, for one, am closely watching to seeing how this plays out. Every day the National Guard stays there is a win for us.
Heck, I’m this to close to enlisting and joining them myself.
Stand your ground, men!