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Biden won’t build the wall, so Texas Gov. Abbott will

With President Biden having put a stop to construction of the border wall, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has decided to seize back common sense.

“I will announce next week the plan for the state of Texas to begin building the border wall in the state of Texas,” Abbott said.

“The border crisis is no laughing matter,” he said. “It’s not a tourism site for members of Congress to visit and then return to D.C. and do nothing.”

Abbott said the crisis was “plaguing the farmers, the ranchers, the residents of the entire border region” and forcing  law enforcement to “redirect their resources to deal with the border” instead of keeping people citizens safe.

3 thoughts on “Biden won’t build the wall, so Texas Gov. Abbott will”

  1. As some know Jenner thinks he will win Governor and I sure hope not. Was hoping Grenell would run only not read that he is. Maybe he wants to wait to serve 4 years. I cannot stand Jenner. Not because he is confused about whom he thinks he is. He first said he didn’t support trans women in women sports. To save himself he backtracked on what he said. Sadly if Richard Grenell doesn’t run I may be stuck voting for Jenner. I pray I won’t. Anyone that backtracks cannot be trusted. He did say he would take the bullet train money and build a wall at our border. He could be saying what he knows we would want to do that. To many lying Politicians. Have to have hope though as that is all I have left.

  2. Seems to me that states like Florida and other red states should be able to legislatively lend money to Texas at low rates to get the wall done…. and maybe the Feds in 2024 can pay off Texas…Maybe 0% rate.

    States should support Texas somehow with loans, gifts, or whatever.

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