The Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, has deployed a Texas Tactical Border Force for the Texas-Mexico Border in response to the border crisis at Austin Bergstrom International Airport. As the President, Joe Biden, wraps on the Title 42 era, there’s new framework for individuals that may be a part of the Texas Tactical Border Force.
But is it a good idea? Who knows? Operation Lone Star is already in effect as it offers many an opportunity to serve on the border force for targeted responses, while the nation is ready for a higher spike in the matters of immigrants that move in by an illegal manner.
The Texas National Guard has been continuing to load Blackhawk helicopters and C-130s in order to send out specifically well-trained soldiers, ready to be a part of Texas Tactical Border Force, whom are likely to deploy to hotspots around the border in order to stop various crowds of illegal entries from making their way into Texas, on an illegal circumstance. By which means, the Texas Tactical Border Force will be picking up the slack of where the Title 42 measures have been put in place.
The Governor had been joined at the press conference by several individuals, such as Texas Border Czar Mike Banks, Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw and the Major General himself, Thomas Suelzer. The Texas Tactical Border Force is continuing to shift resources towards other locations effective and efficiently. As a result, there are efforts to work with Governor Abbott to keep protecting Texas versus the constant load of illegal immigration. Additionally, the relocation of the Texas National Guard has only made it more obvious that soldiers and assets, like drone teams and razor wire barriers can operate as hotspots all around the Texas-Mexico border. Another phase had been installed with the send-off of two reaction forces made of military police units, all over Texas.