Generally, a good rule of thumb is that if you don’t want your home broken into you need to lock it up. Other things help, from home security systems to thicker doors, but however crystal clear your cameras, expensive your alarm system, or bash-proof your doors are, locking them is the good first step for keeping out criminals.
Sure, they might smash a window or find a glass plane on a door to knock in and get into the house, but locking it up at least makes it more difficult for them, potentially keeping away the criminals looking for a soft and easy target.
Well, that lesson is one the Texas National Guard tried to apply to the border, locking up a gate through which Brandon’s migrant invasion was flowing in an attempt to keep out some of the horde of humanity coming into Texas.
Specifically, the border defenders in the Texas National Guard tried to keep out some of the illegal immigrants coming through the high-traffic Del Rio Sector of the border on Wednesday by locking a gate along the Rio Grande, a spot that’s a major crossing point for the illegal immigrant hordes flooding into America.
Well, the Border Patrol, despite theoretically being there to defend the border and keep out illegal border crossers, didn’t like that. In fact, it showed up and unlocked the gate, making it even easier for illegals to cut across the border and make it into America. Watch that here:
NEW: For the first time, we witnessed the TX National Guard close & lock a gate on private property at a major crossing area in Eagle Pass, denying entry to migrants who just crossed illegally & expected to be let in. Border Patrol then came w/ a key & let them in for processing.
NEW: For the first time, we witnessed the TX National Guard close & lock a gate on private property at a major crossing area in Eagle Pass, denying entry to migrants who just crossed illegally & expected to be let in. Border Patrol then came w/ a key & let them in for processing. pic.twitter.com/S1fZaTJnEi— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) August 17, 2022
NEW: Part of a huge group of approx 200 that crossed illegally into private property in Eagle Pass, TX this afternoon. Some holding infants & babies.— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) August 17, 2022
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