Wednesday, October 4, 2023

New Texas Rep. Chip Roy Makes Unannounced Border Trip to Show #PelosiDoesntCare

‘He’s a badass and he’s really listening about these dangerous orgs…’

(Ben Sellers, Liberty Headlines) The emerging socialist wing of the Democratic Party has received all the attention as its wave of foul-mouthed, poorly behaved freshman representatives dominate headlines with their radical—and infeasible—progressive vision for America.

However, newly elected Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, a former chief of staff for Sen. Ted Cruz, is out to show that the incoming Republicans are a force to be reckoned with as well.

Roy excoriated the “People’s House” Democrats for putting on a big show while doing nothing thus far to actually serve the needs of their constituents.

On Thursday, Roy posted a series of dispatches from the border on his Twitter page.

The mission—intended to underscore, in real time, the very serious crisis and “to get the truth about what’s happening” in the Rio Grande Valley—deployed the hashtags and .

Along the way, he shared a story from The Hill about border officers having made the largest fentanyl seizure ever last Saturday at an Arizona port of entry.

He also met up with Brandon Darby, the director of Breitbart’s Border and Cartel Chronicles projects, who spends his days interviewing migrants forced into indentured servitude by drug cartels while attempting to cross through cartel territory.

While media, such as CNN’s Jim Acosta, have attempted to portray illegal immigration as a non-issue by passively going during daylight hours to secured areas, Roy took the other approach, going directly into the cartel paths, unannounced, to get an accurate snapshot of the issue.

On Thursday evening, he visited McAllen, an unsecured part of the Texas border, where he witnessed hundreds of crossings and captured a short video of the steady stream of migrants with nothing stopping them from entering.

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