If the Governor of Texas is going to send out a mailer to brag about his accomplishments, he’d best make sure they’re true, first — especially when that Governor is facing a primary challenger.
If he makes any claims that he can’t back up, the challenger will be sure to call him on it –and that is precisely what Lt. Col (Ret.) Allen West is doing in this video.
When he looked in his mail, West noticed a letter from Governor Abbott. So he opened it. He read it. He wasn’t impressed by what he read. Here’s his reply to Governor Abbott — and any other interested parties.
In that letter, Abbott is pleased to announce that he has ‘apprehended 43,000 migrants’. After reminding him that those ‘migrants’ are actually ‘illegal immigrants’, he comes to the point.
Even if you ‘apprehended 43,000 migrants’… what happened next? Were they deported? Were they just released? Or did they just get an insignificant slap on the wrist that had nothing to do with their illegal entry into the country?
What about that grand promise of a border wall? Is that a wall, or just a chain-link fence? He has something to say about what’s really waiting at that border.
Sir, you are aiding and abetting narco-terrorist criminal organizations, that we call the ‘cartels’ who just recently fired shots across the Rio Grande River into the State of Texas, targeting the Border Patrol agent. But you didn’t say anything about that in this letter. And what are you doing about that?
We are suffering, from not just the drug trafficking, but also the human and sex trafficking.
…we haven’t secured the border in your tenure. As a matter of fact, things have gotten worse.
It’s time for someone who will see what needs doing, and take effective action.
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