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    Kinney, Atascosa Counties Declare States of Disaster Over ‘Influx of Human Traffickin

    Biden's non-crisis has turned into a disaster. Kinney County is west of San Antonio on the Rio Grande, Atacosta County borders Bexar County to the south.

    Kinney, Atascosa Counties Declare States of Disaster Over ‘Influx of Human Trafficking’

    As the State of Texas continues to combat illegal immigration and clash with federal authorities over policy disagreements, Kinney and Atascosa counties have declared states of disaster in response to increasing occurrences of human trafficking.
    Kinney declared its state of emergency on Wednesday and Atascosa adopted a declaration with almost identical language on Thursday.

    “We felt like we had to do something and we want to protect our citizens here in Kinney County,” County Judge Tully Shahan said, according to local media.

    In Kinney County’s official declaration, which mentions fears of increased COVID-19 transmission due to illegal immigration, the commissioners court said “the health, life, and property of the residents of Kinney County is under an imminent threat of disaster from the human trafficking occurring on our border with Mexico.”

    “The ongoing border crisis has resulted in thousands of illegal aliens invading Kinney County and overwhelming our local, state, and federal law enforcement,” the document states....
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    This is why the Second Amendment is so important! Hope folks are armed and ready for the transition to Cartel Land they are moving towards
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    I'd say this is why the 10th amendment is so important. Goes along with nullification.
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    Joe* and his handlers are insane. They truly wish to harm the United States and its citizens.
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    Human Smugglers Bypass Border Patrol, Bedeviling Sheriffs And Ranchers In South Texas

    When immigration policy changes in Washington, D.C., it's felt immediately on the Jones Ranch, located an hour's drive north of the Rio Grande in South Texas.

    Whit Jones III — in a mud-spattered hat and spurs — drives his pickup along a rural highway, pointing out all the repairs where smuggling vehicles plowed through his fences.

    "A lot of times they come and hit these gates," he says, motioning to a mangled metal gate. "You can see it's been knocked down a bunch."

    In its 130 years of existence, the Jones Ranch has weathered hurricanes and droughts, fever ticks and screwworms, and lots of migrant traffic. But he says he's never seen so much human smuggling in the region. Jones estimates they've spent more than $30,000 just since January fixing dozens of breaks in their fences.

    Undocumented migrants from Mexico and Central America trekking on foot and packed into vehicles are heading north through South Texas in ever greater numbers. Some are dying along the way in the harsh, arid terrain.

    Meanwhile, frustrated Border Patrol agents say they're so busy processing asylum seekers that they can't apprehend others who cross illegally....
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