By Wayne Allensworth
The Biden administration is opening the floodgates at the rapidly dissolving U.S. border with Mexico. And the White House is moving to undercut Texas Governor Abbott’s pledge to “repel” the invaders at the Rio Grande:
How about it, Governor Abbott? It’s now or never. If you are serious about defending Texas and America and repelling the invasion, you must act to stop this. If not, we will know that your pledge was just another political ploy. The efforts so far have dramatically cut the flow coming into Texas:
It’s time to fish or cut bait, governor. Florida’s Ron DeSantis has pledged to send National Guard troops, police, and hundreds of state troopers, plus boats and planes as early as tomorrow in answer to your request for help. Cooperation between governors is an important step, a step that must happen if we have any chance of stopping the invasion. According to the Miami Herald, you are preparing to make use of Florida’s contingent:
During the mission, Texas will give Florida state law enforcement officers and guardsmen “the same arrest and law enforcement powers, rights, and privileges while operating within the state limits of Texas as are ordinarily afforded law enforcement forces of the State of Texas.”
The time to act is now, gentlemen. Texas and Florida are headed for a confrontation with the D.C. Leviathan, something that was inevitable and must happen if we are to survive. This is not about your political ambitions, it’s about America. Show us you are patriots. Stop the invasion!
Chronicles contributor Wayne Allensworth is the author of The Russian Question: Nationalism, Modernization, and Post-Communist Russia, and a novel, Field of Blood.