Florida Attorney General Shows Support For Texas Border Defense Barriers During Border Crisis

Jamiesfeast – Attorney General Ashley Moody is standing behind Texas, sending a clear message to the federal government to enforce public safety immigration law or allow states to defend their own borders. Since President Biden took office, over six million illegal aliens have crossed the southern border, which is roughly equivalent to the combined populations of Iowa and Utah. However, the Biden Administration has gone beyond turning a blind eye to this unprecedented invasion. The administration has worsened the crisis by neglecting the record levels of illegal immigration, the influx of deadly drugs, the increase in human trafficking, and the rise in encounters with individuals on the terror watchlist. In fact, Border Patrol agents, acting on the Biden administration’s orders, have cut Texas’s border defense wires more than 20 times in just one month. In one particular incident, a forklift was used by Border Patrol to raise the wire, allowing over 300 illegal aliens to enter.

The Biden Administration’s failure to secure the border has prompted individual states to take matters into their own hands to ensure the safety of their citizens. According to a federal district court, Texas’s border defense wires have successfully decreased illegal border crossings by over two-thirds. These barriers serve as a safeguard, not only for Texans, but also for Floridians and the entire nation, against the influx of millions of illegal border crossings.

Attorney General Ashley Moody expressed her support for Texas’ fight for state sovereignty and the nation as a whole. Alongside 25 other state attorneys general, she sent a clear message to President Biden and Secretary Mayorkas: if they are unable to effectively enforce the law, they should step aside and allow the states to take action.

Attorney General Moody, along with a coalition of 26 other states, is urging the Biden administration to take action by either enforcing the laws that protect our southern border or granting states like Texas the authority to address the ongoing border crisis.

Attorney General Moody, together with the attorney generals of Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming, signed the letter. Additionally, the Arizona State Legislature also joined the letter.

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