Residents in Texas border counties now say it’s not safe to sit on their front porches unless they’re armed and that it is unsafe for women to travel anywhere alone. Fighting-aged male warriors from almost 190 countries continue to cross the US-Mexico border at a rate that is unprecedented. No mass migration of people at this scale and scope has ever happened before in human history. All the people displaced by World War II, when entire cities were bombed in Europe, don’t compare to the flood coming across what used to be our southern border. A cynical person might call that an “invasion” – and 40 counties in Texas have now done just that.
It never makes the nightly news, but violence has exploded in border counties and many interior counties in Texas. On Christmas Eve, people in Kinney County received an emergency text message from law enforcement. The message told people to lock their doors and stay inside. Law enforcement had been in pursuit of five adult males, and those suspects started shooting at the cops. The suspects got away from the Border Patrol and Kinney County Sheriffs’ deputies.
What country is this? Lock your doors and stay inside because it’s too dangerous to go out. Huh?
Judges and commissioners in 40 Texas counties have signed official invasion declarations since July, in response to the violence and property crimes. Counties don’t have governors or a commander-in-chief at the local level, so it’s largely been up to judges and commissioners to make that call. The declarations all state that the counties need “Additional measures to secure the border, stop the invasion at the border, and protect our communities.”
This is significant because it is supposed to trigger a federal response anytime an American state declares an invasion by foreign sources. It’s not optional. It’s in the Constitution.
Article IV, Section 4 of the US Constitution says, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion.”
SHALL protect. Not “might protect if we feel like it.” Not “we won’t protect you if your state voted against Joe Biden.”
That brings this into impeachment territory, without a doubt. Joe Biden is in charge of the US military, and it falls on his shoulders to send the military to protect Texas and all other states against invasion. Even if Congress were to declare war against Mexico, which doesn’t seem like such a bad option at this point, Biden would still be the one with sole authority to send the troops in. That’s his job. By not defending Texas against invasion, Biden is guilty of dereliction of duty.
People can’t let their kids play outside unattended in border counties anymore. They’re rightly concerned that their children will be kidnapped by the invaders. Just the News talked to a Houston grandmother who now carries a firearm at all times inside her home. Our grandmothers aren’t supposed to live like that in this country, last time we checked.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott continues to send busloads of illegal aliens to Washington, DC, and dropping them off in front of Kamala Harris’s house, but what good is that? The invaders are still inside the gates. They’re still here, and they are still going to be committing acts of violence, robberies, and other crimes because they have no skills, education, or training that makes them useful inside the USA, in any way.
One of the first acts by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives should be to impeach Joe Biden and “border czar” Kamala Harris, for violating Article IV, Section 4 of the US Constitution. The states are crying out for help against an invasion, and the people responsible for stopping it are ignoring us.