Tensions in the country are high right now…maybe higher than ever. But now things have reached a boiling point.
And a US Representative has claimed Biden is staging a Civil War.
The fiery winds of Texan defiance whipped into a storm Monday, fueled by the smoldering embers of the Supreme Court’s decision to allow the Biden administration to dismantle Texas’ border wall razor wire.
Congressman Clay Higgins, his voice a clarion call, ignited the tinderbox with a Twitter salvo: “feds are staging a civil war… Texas should stand their ground.”
His words, though denounced by some as reckless hyperbole, reverberated like a shotgun blast across a state already simmering with resentment.
For Texans, the Supreme Court’s ruling wasn’t just a legal defeat; it was an act of desecration, a declaration of war against their right to secure their land and preserve their way of life.
The razor wire, more than just twisted steel, became a visceral symbol of Texan sovereignty, a testament to their self-reliant spirit forged in the crucible of history.
“This ain’t about politics,” roared rancher Miguel Sanchez, his voice hoarse from shouting at a boisterous rally in McAllen.
“This is about our families, our homes, our future! We built that wall with our own blood and sweat, and we won’t let some out-of-touch bureaucrats in Washington rip it down without a fight!”
The sentiment echoed across the vast expanse of Texas, from bustling honky-tonks to sun-baked farmlands.
The Lone Star State, steeped in a history of fierce independence, saw the federal government’s actions not as mere policy, but as an existential threat.
For them, the border isn’t just a line on a map; it’s the beating heart of their identity, the bulwark against the chaos they perceive seeping from across the Rio Grande.
Governor Greg Abbott, the embodiment of Texan grit in Stetson and boots, emerged as the unwavering champion of state defiance.
“The feds may have the courts,” he declared, his voice resonating through a packed Austin auditorium, “but we have the Constitution and the unyielding spirit of the Lone Star State. They can take our razor wire, but they’ll never break our resolve!”
While some cringed at Higgins’ fiery rhetoric, it resonated with a deep well of frustration among many Texans, tapping into a visceral fear of Washington’s indifference to their plight.
His words weren’t just political statements; they were a battle cry, a rallying point for a state feeling under siege.
Whether Higgins’ call for “standing their ground” translates into legal action or armed resistance remains to be seen.
But one thing is clear: the battle for the Texas border has morphed into a new, more perilous phase.
The Supreme Court’s decision, like a spark thrown into a dry tinderbox, has ignited a blaze of defiance that threatens to engulf not just the borderlands, but the very fabric of the nation.
Joe Biden and the Radical Left are doing everything they can to stir the pot, but they aren’t ready for the consequences.
Americans must rally together to stop the Left from destroying this country.
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