Tyler County 10th in Texas To Declare Invasion At Southern Border

Five counties and city of Uvalde on July 5 were first to declare an invasion at U.S.-Mexico border.

  • Tyler County is in East Texas.
  • County made declaration discussions among southeast Texas judges and GOP. Rep. Brian Babin, Tyler County Judge Jacques Blanchette reportedly said.
  • Republican Party of Texas declared invasion just days before Tyler County.
  • Babin represents the state’s 36th Congressional District, which includes Tyler County.
  • County commission voted unanimously for resolution to declare invasion, which calls for “additional measures to secure the border, stop the invasion at the border, and protect our communities.”
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