As Texas faces potential standoff between states national guard The state’s top law enforcement official said the crisis has given the impression that President Biden “made a deal” with drug cartels that control parts of the border.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told Fox News on Thursday that he wasn’t entirely sure about Biden’s next move after the Supreme Court said the federal government could remove razor nets at state-controlled Shelby Park but didn’t explicitly ban them. what is one step Governor Greg Abbott Reinstall it from.
“As far as a showdown goes, I don’t know what Joe Biden will do. So far, it seems like every decision he’s made has been a bad decision for our country,” Paxton said.
“He’s cooperating – not just cooperating, but he’s actually cooperating with these cartels.”
Paxton said that under the former president, Illegal immigrant Cartel smugglers avoid Border Patrol, fearing consequences such as deportation.
But he said that under Biden, members of transnational criminal organizations are actively seeking out the Border Patrol to include them in the pipeline of aliens who are actually dispersed into the country.
“Somehow Joe Biden made a deal where these cartels transport people directly to the Border Patrol, and then they move them around the country. So we’re in a bad situation.”
As “Hannity” host Sean Hannity previously speculated, citing former FBI intelligence and counterterrorism officials, the threat of terrorism is imminent if Biden allows millions of unidentified foreigners to enter the country, Paxton concluded. concluded that he was worried about the consequences of Biden’s decisions.
Paxton also thanked South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem for her support, as she and about two dozen other Republican governors from Alaska to New Hampshire have expressed their support for Abbott and Texas’ response to Biden and EaglePath. expressed support for Sri Lanka’s approach to the deadlock.
Hannity wondered aloud whether Biden was planning a “showdown in Texas” on this front.
The last time a president usurped state control of the National Guard was in 1957, when Arkansas Democratic Gov. Orval Faubus deployed troops to block the merger of a Little Rock high school.
Then-President Eisenhower invoked federal control of the state’s guard and the “Little Rock Nine” were allowed to attend classes at the all-white school.
In 1794, President Washington’s administration federalized the Pennsylvania militia and the armies of several other states to quell the “Whiskey Rebellion” in the Allegheny Mountains.
In the Keystone State at the time, some civilians began to resort to violence and other aggressive tactics to prevent the federal government from imposing a new excise tax on whiskey, the brainchild of Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton.
Washington reportedly joined a federal task force that moved into the area, and more than 100 people were eventually arrested, but many were later acquitted or released.