(Big League Politics) – A group of Texas sheriffs and immigration patriots are rallying to demand for Governor Greg Abbott to close the border and end the crisis that is jeopardizing state and national security.
The organization is putting on a Border Crisis Rally this weekend to put the focus on the border being flooded constantly since Biden was instilled in the White House via military force. Abbott has talked tough on the matter but done little to actually fix the problem.
The tagline for the protest slated to commence on Saturday, May 22nd from 4pm to 6pm CST at the Kinney County Civic Center in Brackettville is “WE ASKED FOR HELP…AND NO ONE CAME!” They are emerging to become the leaders needed to fight back against open border insanity.
Maria Espinoza, National Director for The Remembrance Project, is stressing for the need of this protest because the situation is worsening rapidly without much of a response from Abbott and other Republican leaders in Austin.
“More than 25 Texas counties have filed Declarations of Disaster. The counties’ actions are fueled by Texas residents who are concerned for the safety and welfare of their families and businesses. Nothing has been done to end the border crisis so, the counties are stepping up to the plate,” she told Big League Politics.
“We are for the Rule of Law, therefore, we fully support the counties in enforcing Texas State Laws in order to protect Texans. I’m asking the public to join us in ending this border crisis,” Espinoza added.
Kinney County Attorney Brent Smith has said that the situation at the border is causing the rule of law to disintegrate, and communities are uniting to defend order in the midst of an institutional collapse across the state and the nation.
“Due to the inaction of the federal and state governments in enforcing the southern border with Mexico, many counties in Texas are now coordinating their law enforcement efforts to protect their residents,” Smith said.
Smith will be joined by his colleagues in law enforcement at the rally, including Kinney County Judge Tully Shahan, Kinney County Sheriff Brad Coe and Goliad County Sheriff Roy Boyd. Texas State Rep. Bryan Slaton will attend the event and speak at a panel. The office of Texas attorney general Ken Paxton will be sending representatives to the event as well.
Additionally, the Regional Law Enforcement Conference will be held on the same date from 10-3:00 pm CST. Media is not permitted to attend the conference but may interview participants following the conference. These festivities are a major opportunity for Texas patriots to pressure RINOs into doing more than paying lip service with regards to border security.