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Border crisis: Texas town overrun with crime & disease, and this mayor has had ENOUGH
Daniel Horowitz · June 11, 2019   

“From my standpoint, I don’t even know why we have federal elected officials,” said Uvalde, Texas, Mayor Don McLaughlin in an exclusive interview with CR.

Uvalde, Texas, is a small town of 17,000 inhabitants, and they are now overrun by illegal immigrants and an international cartel smuggling operation. Uvalde is 40-60 miles from the border, but it might as well be right at the border. “We are in no man’s land. The state is not doing anything; the federal government is not doing anything,” said the mayor, who is begging the politicians to get involved. “We are getting nothing. I’ve lived here all my life and have never seen anything like this. The people in the communities are getting scared. What is coming that we don’t see? Who knows? People up north and in D.C. have no clue what is going on here. They don’t realize that these people are not being screened for diseases. We’re fed up.”

Situated at the crossroads of major highways coming up from border towns in the Laredo and Del Rio border sectors, Uvalde has now become a dumping ground for migrants coming north. And they are not just coming from Central America. Del Rio has received hundreds of African migrants in recent weeks. Uvalde has a Border Patrol holding facility, and according to McLaughlin, whenever it is full, if the city doesn’t take charge, many immigrants are released in a Walmart parking lot. Mayor McLaughlin said his city must pick up the tab to have them bused to San Antonio. On Friday, local media reported how San Antonio has now received hundreds of African migrants.

“In Uvalde, Border Patrol told us if we didn’t have buses ready right at the holding facility, they would have released them in a parking lot at a Walmart or a Stripes. This is what’s happening in outlying areas, but thanks to our working relationship with Border Patrol, we make sure to have buses ready. We just don’t have the facilities for them. We have to pay for these buses out of our pockets, and are citizens are mad.”


https://www.conservativereview.com/news/border-crisis-texas-town-overrun-crime-disease-mayor-enough/

Is this right?  Is Trump doing enough?  Why should we be paying for these people they are dumping out on our streets.  They have to pay for buses.  This is the Federal Governments burden they should pay for it all.  I guess maybe with all the aid that they are sending to Central America.  Stop sending it.  The citizens of this country can no longer afford the burden of illegal immigration.

Read the story to see how this town is being afffected.  People want to leave because it isn't safe anymore.


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Who?:

In 2008 he donated to the campaign for Hillary Clinton and his newspaper the New York Observer endorsed Barack Obama over John McCain in the US presidential election.

Answer:  Jared Kushner.   Is that the good judgement of someone we want to handle ME peace and US Immigration?

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Do you think this town wants to see how its going in 45 days?  Are you sure they want to vote for Trump.  They are saying it has never been like this.
Who?:

In 2008 he donated to the campaign for Hillary Clinton and his newspaper the New York Observer endorsed Barack Obama over John McCain in the US presidential election.

Answer:  Jared Kushner.   Is that the good judgement of someone we want to handle ME peace and US Immigration?

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   I have been seriously thinking about leaving my little Texas town and moving north of Uvalde (Frio River area), this gives me pause.  My current little town (New Braunfels) is being invaded by the retired Houstonian transplant.
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   I have been seriously thinking about leaving my little Texas town and moving north of Uvalde (Frio River area), this gives me pause.  My current little town (New Braunfels) is being invaded by the retired Houstonian transplant.

Get out now @corbe.  Seriously. 
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   I have been seriously thinking about leaving my little Texas town and moving north of Uvalde (Frio River area), this gives me pause.  My current little town (New Braunfels) is being invaded by the retired Houstonian transplant.

Go north young man. And a touch west. If you hit Alberta, you went too far...

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Border crisis: Texas town overrun with crime & disease, and this mayor has had ENOUGH
Daniel Horowitz · June 11, 2019   

Must read:

The harrowing pronouncement Scalia would make about President Trump’s authority to secure our own border
Daniel Horowitz · June 11, 2019   

https://www.conservativereview.com/news/harrowing-pronouncement-scalia-make-president-trumps-authority-secure-border/

@Chosen Daughter

@libertybele has posted that Scalia article here: http://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,364822.0.html

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Uvalde is a nice little town.  Or, was.
Cui bono?

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Who?:

In 2008 he donated to the campaign for Hillary Clinton and his newspaper the New York Observer endorsed Barack Obama over John McCain in the US presidential election.

Answer:  Jared Kushner.   Is that the good judgement of someone we want to handle ME peace and US Immigration?

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   I have been seriously thinking about leaving my little Texas town and moving north of Uvalde (Frio River area), this gives me pause.  My current little town (New Braunfels) is being invaded by the retired Houstonian transplant.


I think the retired transplants are a lot safer. 
Who?:

In 2008 he donated to the campaign for Hillary Clinton and his newspaper the New York Observer endorsed Barack Obama over John McCain in the US presidential election.

Answer:  Jared Kushner.   Is that the good judgement of someone we want to handle ME peace and US Immigration?

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   I have been seriously thinking about leaving my little Texas town and moving north of Uvalde (Frio River area), this gives me pause.  My current little town (New Braunfels) is being invaded by the retired Houstonian transplant.
@corbe

Unless he has died, Louis Beam, Grand Dragon of the KKK in Texas in times gone by, lives in New Braunfels.   New Braunfels must still has the flavor and the food of the German families who settled there.  Plus I'm sure people are still riding the waves in the river there.  I haven't been there in many years but went there a number of times - I remember the fine German Restaurant there.
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@corbe

Unless he has died, Louis Beam, Grand Dragon of the KKK in Texas in times gone by, lives in New Braunfels.   New Braunfels must still has the flavor and the food of the German families who settled there.  Plus I'm sure people are still riding the waves in the river there.  I haven't been there in many years but went there a number of times - I remember the fine German Restaurant there.

I wasn't aware that he was ever in Uvalde, but he lives in Idaho.
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Don't know about Texas, but it's road construction season up this way. Just detour the 'immigrants' to Nuevo Mexico or reroute them back south. A couple of barricades, a backhoe or two, and the road isn't letting anyone through.
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