Texas Sheriff Does Biden's Job, Deputizes Citizens to Defend Border Town
Sheriff Coe took an oath to uphold the Constitution
Husband and wife ranchers in Kinney County, Texas, broke down last week after explaining how they could not walk around their ranch without being armed due to the constant threat of illegal aliens.
Paul Schuster explained how the constant stream of dangerous illegal aliens had become a significant burden on them and the town.
But Kinney County Sheriff Brad Coe and County Attorney Brent Smith decided that they would take things into their own hands.
Since Joe Biden entered the White House, he was done almost nothing to tackle the border crisis.
Sheriff Coe took an oath to uphold the Constitution, which included protecting citizens who hired him.
The Kinney County Commission approved Sheriff Coe and Kinney County Attorney Brent Smith’s plans to deputize citizens in order to help protect their county.
A maximum of 10 qualified citizens (former law enforcement and veterans) have already been deputized.
The citizens will work alongside law enforcement to protect and defend citizens in Kinney County during the invasion.
Sheriff Coe and Brent Smith were interviewed about implementing their plans.
Sheriff Coe said his deputies had encountered illegal aliens from over 151 countries.
He explained the illegal aliens seeking asylum are traveling through neighboring Val Verde County to be processed and shipped across the country.
But criminals who cannot qualify for asylum are making their way into his county, which prompted him to defend his citizens.
Neon Nettle reported earlier this week that the Biden administration released at least 160,000 illegal migrants into the United States interior with little to no oversight, bombshell leaked documents from U.S Border Patrol have revealed.
Since March, 160k illegal border-crossers have been freed, including a broad use of limited parole authorities to make more than 30,000 eligible for work permits since August.