Mass illegal immigration IS an invasion; Again, I publish the proof of that
The Constitution guarantees Texas (or any state) federal protection from invasion; It also guarantees the states the right to defend themselves against invasion
The Constitution, Article 4, Section 4: The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.
Article 1, Section 10: No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, lay any Duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.
Actual invasion has occurred. Imminent danger is all around us.
The invaders affect all states, not just the border states. The invaders travel to every state in the nation.
As proof of invasion, I could cite criminal Mexican cartel members entering the US; also sex traffickers and their victims; and convicted violent criminals from around the world coming here.
But, for the sixth time now, I’m going to focus on just one factor: fentanyl smuggled into the country. Fentanyl, the deadly street drug that keeps killing Americans—
Will ANYBODY in the federal government respond sanely and immediately and decisively?
No? Then the response (self-defense) is left to the states.
Fentanyl is an incredibly lethal drug.
Two milligrams is a deadly dose.
Now follow the math—
Insightcrime.org, November 21, 2023:
Fentanyl seizures along the US-Mexico border have hit record highs, suggesting that, despite a supposed ban on production of the deadly synthetic opioid in parts of Mexico, a multitude of criminal groups are keeping production apace.
United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents seized 12,119 kilograms (26,718 pounds) of illicit fentanyl along the country’s southwest border with Mexico in the 2023 fiscal year, which runs from October to September. This marked a nearly 90% increase from the 6,397 kilograms (14,104 pounds) officials seized in the previous fiscal year.
Let’s call the seizure an even 12,000 kilograms.
Remember, this is only the seizure total for one year.
12,000 kilograms equal 12 billion milligrams. (There are a million milligrams in a kilogram.)
With a lethal dose of fentanyl pegged at 2 milligrams, we’re talking about enough fentanyl to kill 6 billion people.
Again, that’s only fentanyl seized along the southern border during one year.
If we add in the fentanyl seized in the prior year, 2022, there is easily enough to kill every person on Earth.
And of course, no one knows how much fentanyl has slipped into the US through the border and has never been found.
The standard law-enforcement assessment is: however much we’ve seized, we assume much more has gotten through unnoticed.
6 billion deaths.
Would you call that a problem?
A reason for the federal government to stand up and start shouting and actually DO something?
Do you think this rates some serious attention? AS IN: SHUTTING DOWN THE BORDER WITH 50,000 TROOPS?
Or would you say, “Look, I realize this is a tough situation, but the HUMANITARIAN flow of immigrants into the United States MUST remain our highest priority”?
That happens to be the irreversible priority of this federal administration.
You can rank that priority anywhere on a scale from ignorant to psychotic to genocidal. It IS genocidal.
The main reason people turn away from GENOCIDAL is the reaction: If it’s this horrible it couldn’t be true.
Which gets us nowhere.
Is all this sinking in yet?
THERE’S your proof of an INVASION at the southern border.
If that isn’t an invasion, nothing is.
If that alone isn’t a reason for every state Governor to support Texas AND shut down the border, there is no reason.
-- Jon Rappoport
FURTHER READING: “CRISIS MOMENT! What Texas’ Governor is doing to stop illegal aliens” (click here)