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Florida Gov Ron DeSantis sending National Guard troops to assist Gov Abbott at southern border

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday announced that he is sending National Guard troops from his state to support Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's efforts to stop the influx of illegal immigration at the southern border.

This is one issue I am with Ron DeSantis on. We need to protect our borders and stop this influx of illegals and migrants.



"We are here to join as Floridians to say that we need to stop this invasion at our southern border once and for all," said DeSantis, standing in front of members of the Florida National Guard and a sign that said, "stop the invasion."

We need to come together to protect our nation. This influx of migrants is hurting all of us. Kids are being cost their school experience and a big part of their education. People are losing public facilities their taxes pay for.



"Biden has the authority to close this border today," DeSantis said. "If he wanted to, he lacks the will to get the job done. He lacks the capacity to see the problem for what it is and to get the job done."

I don't like DeSantis, but he is right.



Abbott, however, cited constitutional language that demands the federal government "protect each [State] against invasion" and the right of states to protect their own borders.


Abbott argues that "the failure of the Biden administration" to fulfill those duties triggers a clause in Article 1 that "reserves to this State the right of self-defense." He notes he has already declared an "invasion" to invoke the authority, which he calls "the supreme law of the land and supersedes any federal statutes to the contrary."

The Biden administration needs to go!

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