As the tension escalates over the border park in Eagle Pass, Texas, a united front of Republican governors is voicing support for Texas Governor Greg Abbott in his stand against the Biden administration’s open border policies. The list of staunch supporters reads like a who’s who of Republican leadership, including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, Montana Governor Greg Gianforte, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Virginia Governor Glen Youngkin, and West Virginia Governor Jim Justice.
Governor DeSantis emphasized the importance of Texas enforcing its laws and upholding sovereignty while accusing the federal government of disregarding the law and neglecting its duty to protect the borders. Governor Kemp echoed these sentiments, declaring that Texas and Governor Abbott have their full support, stating, “Enough is enough,” and highlighting the crisis at the southern border due to the Biden administration’s failure to fulfill its responsibilities.
Governor Gianforte commended Governor Abbott for taking action that President Joe Biden has neglected, expressing concerns about the influx of cartels, illegal drugs, and human trafficking into the United States. Governor Stitt stood in solidarity with Texas, sharing a video of National Guard soldiers marching to secure the border.
Governor Noem affirmed Governor Abbott’s use of Texas’ constitutional authority to defend itself, emphasizing South Dakota’s pride in assisting Texas in border security efforts. Governor Youngkin declared Virginia’s support for Texas, criticizing the Biden administration for turning every state into a border state and emphasizing the need to halt the flow of fentanyl, save lives, and secure the southern border.
Governor Justice joined the chorus of support, stating that the Biden administration has turned every state into a border state, and called for action to stop the flow of fentanyl, human trafficking, and criminal activity.
Even Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) expressed solidarity with Governor Abbott, pledging that the House would do everything in its power to back him up. As concerns about the border crisis intensify, this unified stance among Republican leaders highlights the growing tensions and the potential for broader implications, sparking concerns among preppers and survivalists about the possibility of imminent civil unrest in the United States.
No matter how the situation in Texas breaks out, one thing is clear: The political situation is more and more unstable, with a potential confrontation between the states and federal government almost an inevitability at this point. The question remains: How will you and your family prepare?
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