Friday, July 9, 2021

Ohio Makes It Six States Sending Military and Police to Respond to Biden Border Crisis; Open Borders Lobby: Red States Deploying Police to Southern Border an ‘Insurrection’ That Biden Must Stop, and related stories

Ohio makes it six states sending military and police to respond to Biden border crisis:
Ohio will send National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border to help federal and local law enforcement respond to sustained high levels of illegal immigration.
The announcement over the weekend from Republican Gov. Mike DeWine makes it the sixth state that has volunteered its police officers or National Guard following a request from Republican Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Doug Ducey of Arizona in June. All six volunteering states have Republican governors.
Ohio will send 185 members of its Army National Guard to the southern border, joining the ranks of Arkansas and South Dakota, which each opted to send Guard members instead of law enforcement.
Florida was the first state to send its police officers from a dozen departments statewide to help their counterparts in border states. Gov. Ron DeSantis said the prevalence of fentanyl in the northern part of the state had risen since January as the result of more coming into the United State from Mexico.
"You have a governor who is saying we'll step up to protect Floridians. This is what real leadership looks like. Leadership is not sending someone down there to beg people not to come," Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody said at the press conference, referring to Vice President Kamala Harris's previous statements telling migrants not to travel to the border. "When you have chaos versus order, crime versus safety, you develop strategic enforcement actions, and you bring peace and protection to your people. That's what a leader does.” --->READ MORE HERE
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Open Borders Lobby: Red States Deploying Police to Southern Border an ‘Insurrection’ that Biden Must Stop:
The open borders lobby is urging President Joe Biden to stop red states from deploying law enforcement officers to the United States-Mexico border to help Texas and Arizona officials grapple with a wave of illegal immigration.
In a letter, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) President Domingo Garcia is asking Biden to take executive action to prevent the states of Texas, Arizona, Florida, Nebraska, Idaho, and South Dakota from deploying law enforcement officers to the southern border.
In June, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) asked states to help them with the wave of illegal immigration pouring into their states as a result of Biden’s expansive Catch and Release operation where border crossers are released into the interior of the U.S.
In response, multiple red states have authorized deployments of law enforcement officers to the southern border in Texas and Arizona. Garcia, though, claims the deployments are only “to score political points.”
The full letter states: --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

Gov. Noem to send 125 more South Dakota National Guard members to southern border

GOP Rep. Biggs on Border Crisis: ‘This Is a National Security Issue’

Texas Dept. of Public Safety Lt.: Border ‘Unsecured’ and ‘Out of Control’ – ‘There Is No Progress Being Made’ and It Will Get Worse

Half A Million Illegals Crossed Since Harris Named Border "Czar"

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