Texas Border Crisis: Abbott Says ‘This Isn’t Over’ After Supreme Court Ruling
The Texas border standoff between Governor Greg Abbott and President Joe Biden is heating up after the Supreme Court ruled that border patrol agents have the power to remove the razor wire that the Lone Star State has erected around its borders.
According to CNN, the razor wire remains along the Texas-Mexico border as agents stand by to cut through the fencing for any life-saving actions.
I will continue to defend Texas’ constitutional authority to secure the border and prevent the Biden Admin from destroying our property - Greg Abbott
Meanwhile, posts on X (formerly Twitter) suggested that Texas responded to the ruling by putting up more razor wire.
As of this writing, the Texas Military Department is continuing to "hold the line" in Shelby Park to prevent unlawful entry into the United States.
We remain resolute in our actions to secure our border, preserve the rule of law, and protect the sovereignty of our State,” said the department, which is made up of the state’s Army National Guard, Air National Guard and State Guard. - Texas Military Department via CNN
Many see the value of protecting our borders at all costs while others see the point in keeping human life safe. Who's right here? What side of the fence are you on?
As the border standoff continues, we'll keep you updated with any developing stories.
LOOK: Border Standoff Continues in Texas
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