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Texas mayor says the Southern Border ‘is ‘a mad house’ and ‘not under control’

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A Texas mayor opened up on Tucker Carlson Tonight about the reality of the situation at the Southern Border

, equating it to the “wild, wild West.”

Uvalde, Texas Mayor Don McLaughin joined Carlson to discuss the border crisis. His town is around 100 miles from the border with Mexico, as reported by the Daily Caller.

“We all get so frustrated in our community when we hear them and we hear our leadership tell us, ‘Oh, the southern border is under control,'” he said.

T”he southern border is not under control. It’s a mad house,” the mayor said.

McLaughlin told Tucker about the crimes his state sees every day due to the surge of migrants at the border and tha lack of a response form the Biden administration.

“We have car chases on a daily basis. We have immigrants jumping off trains. We have them coming into our schools. It’s just non-stop,” McLaughlin said.

He told Tucker that Border Patrol is often too preoccupied with children to stop the adult males streaming in, who are the ones with criminal records.

There are illegal immigratns “running through people’s yards,” he said.

“This is something we’re having to deal with every day. And it’s getting worse and worse and worse.”

Read the full story here.

The interview comes as numbers were released showing the highest number of unaccompanied minors ever showed up at the border in the month of March.

Nearly 19,000 migrant children arrived at the border last month. Read the full story here.

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Texas Governor hires ‘border czar’ to accelerate wall construction

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Enough is enough for Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott and his state’s suffering due to the Biden administration’s failure to secure the southern border. With no help from the federal government and the White House turning a blind eye to the migrant crisis, Abbott has decided to hire a “border czar.”

Governor Abbott announced that recently retired Border Patrol agent Mike Banks will be appointed “border czar” and work with the Texas National Guard and state troopers to find solutions to deter migrants from crossing the border illegally.

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