Kinney County Invaded by Illegal Aliens
Pleas for aid ignored.
Referencing Abbott’s suggestion for counties to “form coalitions” in place of actual state aid, Kinney County Sheriff Brad Coe is calling for aid from other Texas counties, also thanking Goliad and Galveston counties for their continued help. How many of Texas’s 254 counties will answer the call?
Hopefully, more Texas counties help do what Austin’s magic suits refuse to: secure the border and save Kinney County. Already understaffed, the rural county now deals with regular burglaries by invaders, and needs military barricades to protect children from traffickers. Increasingly, the border is on the forefront of America’s third-worldization. Sadly, both parties either support or ignore these happenings.
As we’ve said before, don’t expect decisive action any time soon. While Democrats and turncoats like Sen. John Cornyn actively pushed for amnesty, the establishment is purely apathetic. As long as they have something to babble about at rallies, their donors get cheap labor, and Democrats get ballot cattle, lemon party oligarchs won’t stop the invader tsunami; historically, said weaklings greenlight amnesty after requesting unenforced conditions (hint: California flipped blue the last time this happened.)
While most pretend to care about the border, many are more honestly passive regarding our state and nation’s sovereignty.
Similar to how they legalized ballot stuffing, it’s probable our Legislature and Judicial system will defer to “local control” to stop the invasion, despite small counties like Kinney being powerless against it. As current initiatives prove, most local control will be used on raising taxes, doling free stuff, or promoting wokeness, and in the future supporting sanctuary cities.
Local control, while agreeable at first, is useful for excusing state-level incompetence. In today’s Texas, it just means rural counties get left to rot while big cities can be as insane they please. To end illegal alien incursions, we need both conservative county leadership doing all they can (which Kinney County has), and a state government using all means necessary to secure the border, and further Rightist policy (which Texas needs.)
If the border is to be secured, we need full use of state power; a non-toothless emergency declaration, stationing fully-armed personnel, and an Israel-style (not shipping container) wall would be great places to start.
Should we really be surprised by Austin leadership’s abandonment though? If they’ll let Texas children get hauled off to California for mutilation (literally child trafficking), what makes you think they won’t ignore pleas from thousands of struggling border residents? On who’s most responsible, I think renowned border correspondent Michael Yon said it best.
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