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Republican Governors Band Together, Issue Joint Statement Supporting Texas’ Constitutional Right to Self-Defense​



25 Republican governors released the following joint statement in support of Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Texas’ constitutional right to self-defense.

The statement comes as the Biden Administration continues to attack Texas and refuses to take action or responsibility for the crisis at the Southern border.

“President Biden and his Administration have left Americans and our country completely vulnerable to unprecedented illegal immigration pouring across the Southern border. Instead of upholding the rule of law and securing the border, the Biden Administration has attacked and sued Texas for stepping up to protect American citizens from historic levels of illegal immigrants, deadly drugs like fentanyl, and terrorists entering our country.

“We stand in solidarity with our fellow Governor, Greg Abbott, and the State of Texas in utilizing every tool and strategy, including razor wire fences, to secure the border. We do it in part because the Biden Administration is refusing to enforce immigration laws already on the books and is illegally allowing mass parole across America of migrants who entered our country illegally.

“The authors of the U.S. Constitution made clear that in times like this, states have a right of self-defense, under Article 4, Section 4 and Article 1, Section 10, Clause 3 of the U.S. Constitution. Because the Biden Administration has abdicated its constitutional compact duties to the states, Texas has every legal justification to protect the sovereignty of our states and our nation.”


Signatories include: Governor Kay Ivey (AL), Governor Mike Dunleavy (AK), Governor Sarah Sanders (AR), Governor Ron DeSantis (FL), Governor Brian Kemp (GA), Governor Brad Little (ID), Governor Eric Holcomb (IN), Governor Kim Reynolds (IA), Governor Jeff Landry (LA), Governor Tate Reeves (MS), Governor Mike Parson (MO), Governor Greg Gianforte (MT), Governor Jim Pillen (NE), Governor Joe Lombardo (NV), Governor Chris Sununu (NH), Governor Doug Burgum (ND), Governor Mike DeWine (OH), Governor Kevin Stitt (OK), Governor Henry McMaster (SC), Governor Kristi Noem (SD), Governor Bill Lee (TN), Governor Spencer Cox (UT), Governor Glenn Youngkin (VA), Governor Jim Justice (WV), and Governor Mark Gordon (WY).
 

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They have a few hours left before Biden forcefully removed the razorwire from the Texas NG

 

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Kentucky Attorney General Russell Coleman released a statement supporting Governor Greg Abbott and the State of Texas.

“If Governor Beshear won't say it, I will.”

"Kentucky stands by Texas' right to self-defense at the Southern Border."

“President Biden's failed open border allowed the poison that is killing our children to flow into Kentucky and turned us into a border state.”
 

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Texas movements are a hot topic these days due to the stupid policies of the federal government, which the Republicans are using to their advantage very successfully with political correctness. Today Ted Cruz's open threat to Biden with the Texas flag is being greeted with enthusiasm by Republican voters. But go back a few years, when Trump was in office, a similar populism, albeit for different reasons, was being carried out by the democrats in California, and the website explaining the secession campaign and the demographic characteristics of the country is still online.

I think Texas is a bit of a special case, but in general, constitutionally speaking, the other states of the union do not have the right to secede. I think that the Federal system is suffering from a severe blockage, the polarization is becoming more and more rigid, and the main reason for this is the establishment, which has politicized all the institutions of the state.


After Trump's victory, the strongholds of the democrats, characterized as the Blue Wall, could be much bolder than Texas. And at the end of the day, if they enter a period when no one wants to live together anymore, a US dystopia in which all these states fight together against DC is not entirely implausible. Wait a minute, a civil war movie about the alliance between California and Texas will be released just before the elections, right... Interesting... This is why the movie's plot, rather than its main theme, was considered absurd. But perhaps this subtle detail will make more sense in the future.


Also, see below what Vivek said when he withdrew his candidature: Okay, I admit that Vivek Ramaswamy is a demagogue who does his job well, but what he says contains real US fears. The country is disintegrating not only systemically but also spiritually.

I don't know if the US will fall into a spiral of civil war again, but one thing I see is that the US public is being acclimatized to this idea.
 

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