GOP Arizona State Sen Wendy Rogers declared this morning that she has had enough of the border crisis and issued a call for action.
“I want to see some tanks on our border. A wall and some tanks. We are at that point,” Rogers insisted.
I want to see some tanks on our border. A wall and some tanks. We are at that point.— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) December 10, 2021
In a tweet last night, Rogers alluded to a tougher stance as she asked, “Should I activate instead of going Christmas shopping?”
Rogers then changed her profile picture to one of her with a santa hat and glowing eyes, tweeting, “#Activated“
Should I activate instead of going Christmas shopping?— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) December 10, 2021
Arizona GOP Gov. Doug Ducey held a press conference Tuesday to call out the Biden administration’s failure to control the flow of illegal immigrants.
While the press conference was taking place, a group of “about a dozen” illegal immigrants could be seen walking through a gap in the U.S.–Mexico border fence.
The Biden administration’s misdirection is encouraging migrant families to take a long and dangerous journey. As thousands arrive at the border, local law enforcement is overwhelmed with processing.— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) December 8, 2021
We’re taking action to keep Arizonans & migrants safe. @12news @brahmresnik 1/ pic.twitter.com/GLJjXtDy3A
It was also reported overnight that a cargo truck full of illegal immigrants overturned in Chiapas, Mexico, leaving 54 dead and 105 injured.
According to reports, the illegal immigrants were heading for the U.S. border.
In one of the largest busts in recent memory, in October, authorities in the northern border state of Tamaulipas, Mexico found 652 mainly Central American migrants jammed into a convoy of six freight trucks heading toward the U.S. border.
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