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UPDATE: 25 U.S. States have Backed the State of Texas

Updated: Feb 29

Texas Governor Greg Abbott garnered backing on Thursday from all Republican state governors, with only one exception, in his ongoing dispute with the Biden administration regarding border security.

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A map of U.S. states whose governors have pledged their support (in red) to Texas Governor Greg Abbott, from mapchart.net.


Governors from 25 GOP-led states have collectively endorsed a statement expressing solidarity with Governor Abbott and the Lone Star State's "constitutional right to self-defense." This comes in the aftermath of the U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing the Biden administration to dismantle razor wire installed by Texas along a 30-mile section near the U.S.-Mexico border in Eagle Pass.


THE 25 U.S. STATES:


  • IOWA

  • MISSOURI

  • OKLAHOMA

  • NEBRASKA

  • SOUTH DAKOTA

  • NORTH DKOTA

  • ALASKA

  • WYOMING

  • UTAH

  • NEVADA

  • IDAHO

  • NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • MONTANA

  • ARKANSAS

  • LOUISIANA

  • MISSISSIPPI

  • ALABAMA

  • GEORGIA

  • SOUTH CAROLINA

  • FLORIDA

  • TENNESSEE

  • ILLINOIS

  • OHIO

  • WET VIRGINIA

  • VIRGINIA


“I am willing to send National Guard down there to stand alongside,” South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said.


The Biden administration’s immigration policies are “a total failure”, “Ohio will continue to do our part to support Texas and support policies to secure our border,” Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said.


“If President Biden won’t defend us, states will have to defend themselves. Arkansas stands with Texas,” Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders Tweeted on X platform


“The Biden Administration continues to refuse to secure the border. Virginia supports Abbott  and Texas’ constitutional right to defend itself,” Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin wrote on X platform.


In an attempt to compel President Biden to reconsider his open-border policies, Texas has transported more than 95,000 migrants to sanctuary cities, including New York and Chicago, as stated by Governor Abbott.

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