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Protect Texans

SECURE THE BORDER AND PROTECT TEXANS”

 

This week on Texas Fights Outloud we hold our Governor and State Representatives accountable for the border crisis. Following the lead of the Texas GOP and the law enforcement bodies of our border counties, we call on them to make “Secure the Border and Protect Texans” a priority for the legislative session that convenes early next year. The priority statement crafted by the state Republicans says:

 

“Texas shall immediately deny all taxpayer funded services and subsidies to illegal aliens. We call upon the Governor to assert his duty under Article 1, Section 10, Clause 3 of the US Constitution to declare an invasion on our Texas border and do everything in his power to protect Texans from this invasion. The legislature shall direct the Governor to enter into an Interstate Compact with one or more states for Border Security.”

Declaring the crisis an “invasion” is the lynchpin to invoking Article 1, Section 10 of the U.S. Constitution, granting Texas the right not only to arrest and detain, but to deport illegals. And only the Governor can do it, but we can and should bring pressure to bear upon him through our elected officials.

Other measures to be considered include curtailing the use of taxpayer dollars to subsidize illegals in our state. Ken Paxton estimates that Texans pay upwards of $900 million per year to provide a multitude of benefits to this population.

Texans can solve this crisis with the tools at our disposal. We have the know how. Now we need to mobilize the political will to make it happen.

WRITE, CALL OR VISIT YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE AND SENATOR

 

Let them know that you support the “Secure the Border and Protect Texans” priority statement and want it to take front and center stage in the next legislative session which is being planned right now.

 

Gov. Abbott

(800) 843-5789 - Information and Referral Hotline (for Texas callers)

(512) 463-2000 - Office of the Governor Main Switchboard
(office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST)

Mailing Address:

Office of the Governor

P.O. Box 12428

Austin, Texas 78711-2428

 

Email contact form:

https://gov.texas.gov/apps/contact/opinion.aspx

 

 

Rep. Todd Hunter

District 32

15217 S.P.I.D., Suite 205

Corpus Christi, TX 78418

(361) 949-4603 (w)

(361) 949-4634 (f)

 

Email contact form:

https://house.texas.gov/members/member-page/email/?district=32&session=87

 

 

Rep. Abel Herrero

District 34

101 East Main Avenue
Robstown, Texas 78380
(361) 387-0457
(855) 850-0271

 

 

Email contact form:

https://house.texas.gov/members/member-page/email/?district=34&session=87

 

 

Senator Lois Kolkhorst

District 18

P.O. Box 12068

Capitol Station

Austin, TX 78711

(512) 463-0118 (TEL)

 

Email contact form:

https://senate.texas.gov/memberform.php?auth=LKDViQWWQTuCwSrUpYvmt1hkeL4T1vGOF7YZovnk7l46XzpfOuJKrEhSsRDJv6tUZBd5MN01MmRatpkxYY9fHiO%2BdyLULMD4Onw6fDoQfMEv2i6hWlfEReqpCupr&lang=en

 

Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa

District 20

602 N. Staples Street, Suite 200

Corpus Christi, TX 78401

(361) 882-0900 (TEL)

(361) 882-0901

(361) 882-0902 (FAX)

 

Email contact form:

https://senate.texas.gov/memberform.php?auth=lz1SUCkkxyP3jfULHsjEi%2BZTeIsRVqYmQYBqBV7rtVs6XzpfOmApdE22lLvrs8pWXxyH5gOCc8Uhbua%2B%2Fxq8g4%2BIh6KT6p5YOnw6fDqvTEEAB8%2FNAVbQTMf4UoAu&lang=en