Imagine if you will, enough people to fill up the capacity of both the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas and Rose Bowl of Pasadena, California.
That’s the number of illegal or denied crossing attempts into the United States on the Texas-Mexico Border for the 30 days of May 2021–the highest total in this century.
Now imagine, a line of those illegal aliens properly distanced (without wearing Fauci masks) at 6 feet apart.
That line would reach the highway distances between Washington DC and New York; Philadelphia to Hartford, CT; San Antonio to Houston; Charlotte, NC to Charleston, SC, or Cincinnati to Charleston, WV.
That’s also 179,000 more than the number in attendance at Joe Biden’s TWO campaign rallies on Oct. 24, 2020–Bucks and Luzerne counties–in Pennsylvania. However…
1. Most of the Bucks County rally attendees were Trump supporters, and…
2. They brought in Jon Bon Jovi to sing three songs for the socially distanced cars in an attempt to get a larger crowd near Biden’s birthplace of Scranton.
3. It didn’t work. About 260 cars showed up. Occupants had to listen to Biden mumble and Bon Jovi sing through their car radios.
This is just one of the scores of valid reasons Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent a letter to the Biden White House Wednesday demanding the return of border property seized by the federal government for building a wall.
“I write now to demand that you immediately return to Texans any land taken by the federal government but not used for building a border wall,” Governor Abbott wrote.
“The federal government used condemnation powers to take property from Texans for the purpose of building a border wall,” the governor stated. “Once you took office, however, your Administration made clear the federal government will not move forward with building the border wall at this time.”
“We will look first at using state property and donated private property,” Abbott explained Tuesday in regard of plans to continue building the wall. “We will also visit with Texans whose land was taken by the federal government to determine if they will allow the State of Texas to build a wall on their land.”
“Your immigration policies are making Texas “ground zero” for a dramatic influx of unlawful immigrants, but all of America will suffer from the flood of dangerous drugs, human traffickers, and convicted criminals that may cause harm in other states after entering through Texas,” Abbott wrote. “By immediately returning any Texas property that can be used to build a border wall, you will enable the State of Texas to work toward a more secure border that keeps not just Texans, but all Americans, safer.”