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Texas to Begin Shipping Illegals to D.C.

'It is a byproduct of cartels crossing the border from Mexico into Texas... '

(Headline USA) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced this week he will start shipping illegal immigrants apprehended in his state to Washington, D.C., if President Joe Biden will not address the border crisis.

Abbot said on Wednesday that he has prepared 900 charter buses to transport detained migrants from the state’s southern border to the nation’s capital. He said the migrants will be dropped off “at the steps of the United States Capitol.”

“To help local officials whose communities are being overwhelmed by hoards of illegal immigrants who are being dropped off by the Biden administration, Texas is providing charter buses to send these illegal immigrants who have been dropped off by the Biden administration to Washington, D.C.,” Abbott said.

“We are sending them to the United States’s capital, where the Biden administration will be able to more immediately address the needs of the people that they are allowing to come across our border.”

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Abbott also announced that he has directed Texas’s Department of Public Safety to set up 28 roadway inspection cites just north of border crossing points to search commercial trucks and make sure they are not attempting to smuggle migrants into the country.

“Effective immediately, the Texas DPS will conduct enhanced safety inspections of vehicles as they cross the international ports of entry into Texas,” Abbott said.

“I know in advance this is going to dramatically slow traffic from Mexico into Texas. It is a byproduct of cartels crossing the border from Mexico into Texas.”

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The move comes as the Biden administration prepares to repeal Title 42, a public health order that allowed border officials to immediately turn away migrants who crossed into the country illegally. Republicans and Democrats have blasted the administration over the move, calling it irresponsible and reckless.

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