Texas To Show Mexico How To Use Razor Wire So They Can Help Close The Gaps

By Mark Gruber | Wednesday, 18 May 2022 05:15
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Texas will be giving a Mexican border state training in the usage of razor wire and how to deploy it to ramp up security at the U.S.-Mexican border, Texas officials told Fox News on Saturday.

The unusual agreement between Texas and the Mexican state of Coahuila — which is situated across from Eagle Pass — will involve Texas providing the Mexican authorities with c-wire (concertina/razor wire) and training on its deployment near the border.

The Texas Department of Public Safety said that shortly, Mexican officials would come to Eagle Pass and be trained by the Texas Military, take possession of the wire and return it to Mexico.

Texas officials say that it is the first time in history for a deal like this and that it will put Mexican and U.S. officials together on border enforcement. Journalist Ali Bradley first reported the development.

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Texas has taken several extraordinary steps to halt the surge of migration that it has met at its border. There were more than 221,000 migrant encounters in March alone across the entire border and came on the back of some historical months of migrant encounters.

Those numbers are expected to soar should the Biden Administration lift Title 42 — a Trump-era public health order used to expel most migrants at the border. The Administration announced that it would lift Title 42 on May 23, but several states, including Texas, have sued to prevent that from happening.

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has bused migrants to Washington D.C., and also intensified inspections at the border as part of a measure to get Mexican. U.S. federal authorities to do more to solve the ongoing migrant crisis. Last year, Texas officials set up a wall of vehicles to stop migrants from entering the state.

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Last week, Abbott said his state is considering a challenge to a 1982 Supreme Court ruling that required public schools to teach illegal immigrant children.

“I think we will resurrect that case and challenge that issue again because the expenses are extraordinary, and the times are different than when Plyler v. Doe was issued many decades ago,” the governor said.

As American families deal with a lack of baby formula across the U.S., a Florida Republican lawmaker has released images of dozens of boxes of the coveted product at a migrant processing facility near the US-Mexico border.

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Rep. Kat Cammack shared pictures of “pallets” of infant formula at the Ursula Migrant Processing Center in McAllen, Texas, on her Twitter and Facebook pages Wednesday.

“The first photo is from this morning at the Ursula Processing Center at the U.S. border. Shelves and pallets packed with baby formula,” she wrote in a tweet accompanying side-by-side photographs of full and bare shelves. “The second is from a shelf right here at home. The formula is scarce. This is what America last looks like.”

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