“I will hire you to help Texas secure our border,” said the Republican Governor Greg Abbott.
Images and videos weather surface during this month of border cops riding their horses and threatening to whip the immigrants who were trying to cross the border.
Many Haitians left to their country months or years ago after that president was assassinated in July and the next month there was a 7.2 magnitude earthquake which killed thousands of people and destroyed hundreds of thousands of homes.
And if the department of homeland security do fire those border patrol police officers, the right-wing governor of Texas says he wants to hire them already.
Biden’s Promise vs Governor’s Interest
After the incident, USA president Joe Biden was quoted saying, “I promise you those people will pay, there is investigation underway right now and there will be consequences.”
After the footage showed border patrol agents charging their horses at micron group which also included the children, they were also heard saying, “This is why your country is shit,” to the immigrants.
The Governor who has ordered the Texas national guard and state troopers to the border to arrest migrants on trespassing charges, was seen defending the border patrol cops and saying that they have a job waiting for them in Texas.
“If he takes any action against them whatsoever, I want them to know something,” Abbott told Fox news. “If they are are at a risk of losing their job by a President who is abandoning his duty to secure the border, you have a job in the state of Texas. I will hire you to help Texas secure our border.”
He also tweeted, “If Biden fires the border petrol officer who has securing the border on horseback, Texas will offer them a job. They can bring their horses too, we will put them on the frontline to do Biden’s job to secure the border.”
Despite Biden’s stand, the Biden administration has continued the policy of kicking migrants out of the country without giving them a chance to see any Asylum, and they are using the centres for disease control and prevention title 42 as a reason for that.
So far 4,000 Haitians have been deported back to Haiti, 8,000 have opted to return to Mexico and more than 13,000 are awaiting their immigration court proceedings.