Last week, Fox Business News’ Maria Bartiromo interviewed husband and wife ranchers in Kinney County, Texas. Paul Schuster broke down when his wife Donna explained how she could no longer walk around their ranch without carrying a pistol because of the constant stream of dangerous illegal aliens traveling around and through their ranch.
Kinney County, Texas Sheriff Brad Coe and County Attorney Brent Smith aren’t sitting back and waiting for Joe Biden to send help, because, after 10 months of occupying the White House, it’s pretty clear that neither he nor his regime has any intention of getting the border crisis under control.
Sheriff Coe took an oath to uphold the Constitution, and that includes protecting the citizens who hired him. Today, the Kinney County Commission approved Sheriff Coe and Kinney County Attorney Brent Smith’s plans to deputize citizens to help protect their county. For now, a maximum of 10 qualified citizens (former law enforcement and veterans) have been deputized and will work to help law enforcement protect and defend citizens in Kinney County during the invasion.
Patty McMurray of 100 Percent Fed Up and Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit interviewed Sheriff Coe and Brent Smith about their plan and how they are in the initial stages of implementing it. According to Sheriff Coe, his deputies have encountered illegal aliens from over 151 countries. Coe explained that illegal aliens seeking asylum are going into neighboring Val Verde County, where they are being processed and shipped across the country, while criminals who are unable to qualify for asylum are making their way into his county, causing him to make a historic decision to deputize citizens to defend them.
Watch the interview here:
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