5 Whole Texas Border Protesters Showed Up To Shut Down The Bridges
The rally to shut down various ports of entry across the Texas-Mexico border brought in fives of people. There were at least 5 whole guys in Pharr, Texas colluding to shut the bridges down.
According to Breitbart Texas, one of the event’s organizers claimed that the group had received cartel threats, but that’s not confirmed at all. Also, too, it seems unlikely.
[su_center_ad]Ron Cupp, the founder of the event was present. So there five old dudes there, including the founder. I’m not really trying to rub that in (I am trying to rub that in).
So now they have another super sneaky idea. Those five dudes protesting hatched another plan. Their objective is now to see how many law enforcement officials and resources they can tie up by having the authorities watch them. You see, if border security is watching them, the authorities who are paid to keep an eye on the border, can’t, so that makes total sense, right? RIGHT?
It seems their nefarious plan worked. Federal and local law enforcement was tied up for hours at the scene. A Department of Public Safety (DPS) helicopter that was assigned to Operation Strong Safety, Texas DPS personnel, and dozens of Pharr employees spent over two hours ensuring the safety of everyone present, according to Breitbart.
Local officials said they had advised the protesters (all 5 of ’em) that if they block the road they will be arrested for a Class B misdemeanor.
A Breitbart Texas political contributor who was at the scene said, “I was dismayed that people who are pledged to increasing border security would brag about taking resources away from border security.”
IKR? And if they closed down the bridges, that would suck resources from border security as well. Also, 2+2=4 and water is wet.[su_csky_ad]