Whiny People Whine About Texas Plan To Buoy Barrier In Rio Grande

Hey, all the people complaining can offer to put the migrants up in their own homes, right?

Outcry as Texas to install ‘buoy barrier’ in Rio Grande to deter border crossings

Americans before illegalsThe governor of Texas announced the state will install a barrier made of buoys along a section of the Rio Grande where people often wade or swim across the treacherous river from Mexico seeking refuge in the US, as the state committed $5.1bn towards ramping up plans to thwart border crossings.

Greg Abbott said a “new, water-based barrier of buoys” will be placed in the river. At a press conference he showed a line of large red buoys floating in the center of the Rio Grande.

The installation of the buoys would begin “pretty much immediately”, Abbott said on Thursday, in what is the latest step in Republicans’ campaign against immigration.

Republican governors from 14 states have already said they would send thousands of national guard troops and other personnel to the Texas-Mexico border, in an orchestrated effort that immigration advocates said would “put migrants’ lives at risk”.

Sounds like a great idea!

Rodolfo Rosales, Texas state director of the League of United Latin Americans Citizens, condemned Abbott’s plan.

“We view it as a chilling reminder of the extreme measures used throughout history by elected leaders against those they do not regard as human beings, seeking only to exterminate them, regardless of the means employed,” Rosales told CBS News.

Latin American. Not United States. They’re welcome to apply for citizenship the legal way.

“The governor was also concerned about loss of life – is this going to be a risk to migrants coming across, family units, along those lines,” McCraw (the director of the Texas department of public safety) said.

“And the answer is any time they get in that water it’s a risk to the migrants. This is to deter them from even coming in the water.”

Hopefully it will work

“Unfortunately, both Governors DeSantis and Abbott have used tools of intimidation in many different fashions through the past couple of years and put migrants’ lives at risk in doing so to win political points,” Hanne Sandison, director of the refugee and immigrant program at the Advocates for Human Rights non-profit, told the Guardian .

The illegals are putting their own lives at risk, as do Democrats and the Advocates for Human Rights, who entice people to make long, dangerous treks to come to the U.S. illegally.

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3 Responses to “Whiny People Whine About Texas Plan To Buoy Barrier In Rio Grande”

  1. ruralcounsel says:

    Texans need to eliminate people like Rodolfo Rosales and Hanne Sandison from their state, who are nothing but traitors who conspire to violate our immigration laws.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Duh. Just electrify the river. And make Mexico pay the electric bill.

    Trump 2024

  3. UnkleC says:

    Maybe stocking the river with piranhas? No electricity required.

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