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Over 700 People Illegally Crossed the Border into Eagle Pass, TX, on Sunday Morning Alone

Over 700 People Illegally Crossed the Border into Eagle Pass, TX, on Sunday Morning Alone

Border patrol agents are seeing an increase in “non-traditional migrants.”

Let’s pay attention to the border again. Like a lot. You should follow Bill Melugin at Fox News.

Melugin gave the mayors of NYC and DC a dose of reality on Sunday morning.

Melugin and his team witnessed over 700 people crossing the border illegally into Eagle Pass, TX.

We also learned the border patrol agents are seeing an increase in “non-traditional migrants.” In other words, people from countries other than Mexico are using the southern border to enter America.

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And Kamala is where???

A few flash bangs and smoke grenades would stem that crowd….

I want to throw up

This is an invasion Governor Abbott

Not in uniform? That’s your excuse

Your little drama sending 50 people to DC and NYC is t working

Have some balls for God sakes

    CommoChief in reply to gonzotx. | August 15, 2022 at 11:37 am

    Can you please lay out what steps you wish for Abbott to under take and the potential for conflict with the Feds as a result of those actions? Then lay out the reaction you propose for Abbott when that inevitable conflict occurs along with the Feds potential responses to that action?

    txvet2 in reply to gonzotx. | August 15, 2022 at 4:30 pm

    The median annual salary for DPS troopers is about $60K. Texas, not being the Federal government, must, by law, maintain a balanced budget – which means that everything HAS TO be paid for – no deficit spending. Governor Abbott has opened a channel for citizens to contribute to the costs of maintaining a force along the border.

    How many troopers can they put you down for?

    Dimsdale in reply to gonzotx. | August 16, 2022 at 5:57 pm

    Yeah!! Send the ALL to DC and NYC. Maybe some to SanFran as well. Chicago is looking lonely….

700 may seem like a lot until you consider that the tx/mexico border is over 1,200 miles in length–this is the observed influx at ONE POINT along that border–this influx is literally an invasion–no other way to describe it–and fjb does not / will not do a damn thing to stop/curtail it–he / they are clearly derelict in his / their duty

Emigration reform to mitigate [catastrophic] [anthropogenic] immigration reform and collateral damage at both ends of the bridge and throughout.

The Gentle Grizzly | August 15, 2022 at 12:31 pm

I’m surprised there have been no vigilance committees taking action while the government stands there.

Interested Party | August 15, 2022 at 4:32 pm

I think you need to change the metric you use to measure this. Instead of people, you should use bus loads so you can do a simple comparison with the overwhelming loads being put on New York.

    One bus, the last one, had 24 ppl on it. That does not overwhelm NYC. 1,500 per day on average in McAllen Texas(which is only one of many entry points with equal or higher daily numbers) is considerably more overwhelming to a town in Texas that does not approach the size of NYC.

      Interested Party in reply to kyrrat. | August 15, 2022 at 10:27 pm

      Yes Kyrrat. That is my point. Instead of saying 1,500 people. I suggest pointing out it’s 62 bus loads and given that a huge City like New York is “overwhelmed” by 1 bus load, it’s easy to see how unfair it is on a small border town to receive 62 times as many people.

the most practical, reasonable, cost-effective method to curtail / stop the flow of illegal immigrants is a wall–manned and patrolled 24/7 and backed-up by a state / federal government with crystal clear policies as to the requirements / process for entrance into our country–even then, given the lengh (especially in tx) of our southern border, the task is enormous but honestly believe it is an effort that is vital to our survival as a nation

one other thing: for the most part, these folks are not “refugees” from some on-going international conflict (as in ww2) fleeing for their very lives and believe that is a VERY important distinction we need to recognize and acknowledge

    Dimsdale in reply to texansamurai. | August 16, 2022 at 5:59 pm

    Wouldn’t hurt to move all our military bases there for training and defense of the country.

    Inasmuch as all of our current warfare seems to be occurring in arid climes, this might be doubly beneficial…

700 more NY and DC residents arriving soon.