DeSantis Vows to Send A Thousand Guardsman To Help Texas Fight Off Border Invasion

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Over a dozen states have announced that they support Abbott’s agenda on illegal immigration and have said they will provide resources to help him secure the border amid record levels of illegal immigration.

Abbott is currently fighting multiple legal battles with the Biden Administration.

The federal government has threatened legal action over Texas’ seizure of Shelby Park near Eagle Pass, while lawsuits are ongoing over the administration’s cutting of razor wire set up by Texas and the establishment of buoys in the Rio Grande.

“We are here to join as Floridians to say that we need to stop this invasion at our southern border once and for all, stop the invasion.” DeSantis said.

The Supreme Court recently found in the administration’s favor when it granted an emergency appeal to allow agents to keep cutting border wire set up by Texas along the border.

Texas this week published images of it strengthening physical barriers along Eagle Pass.

The administration has also sued over a recently signed law that allows Texas state and local officials to arrest illegal immigrants.

The administration has accused Texas of interfering with federal control over immigration and border security, and has said it is putting agents and migrants in danger.

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