Current San Jacinto Day
Today We Celebrate San Jacinto Day
Today, April 21st, we celebrate the Battle of San Jacinto, when Texas defeated the invading Mexican army and gained its independence in 1836. Yet, 186 years later, Texas is threatened by an invasion from Mexico of a different kind.
Meanwhile our governor limits himself to the showmanship of busing illegals to Washington, DC. He also did some grandstanding about border checks with Mexican governors, but then ended the border checks.
We might want to reflect as to why Abbott’s responses have been so weak. Although the U.S. Constitution (Article IV, Section 4) guarantees that every state shall be protected from invasion, the Federal government is ultimately the sovereign. Even if Abbott wanted to do more, his actions are limited by the policies of the Imbecile-In-Chief Brandon.
We might therefore reflect and ponder some important questions:
Are we currently engaged, even without knowing it, in an undeclared second battle for independence? Is it cultural ghouls and illegals that are invading us now? Is it time for a declaration of independence from the cultural invaders? Could a current revolt put a stop to these invaders?
If we realize the seriousness of the battle that we are engaged in, perhaps then we will emerge victorious and one day celebrate our second victorious battle of independence.