Guess who’s coming to dinner?
A unit of 1,000 state police officers and Texas Rangers assigned to monitor areas along the Lone Star State’s 1,241 miles of border with Mexico is readying to guard against the next surge of migrants looking to defy President Joe Biden’s administration.
A month has passed since Texas state law enforcement agents played a role in preventing some 15,000 migrants – mostly Haitians – from crossing the United States-Mexico border.
The state troopers and Rangers would be expected to do the same in the coming days, but with a smaller caravan of migrants predominantly led by Central Americans that is marching through southern Mexico toward the United States.
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