"Give us access, or else," Biden regime threatens WAR with Texas

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has sent a strongly worded letter to the State of Texas demanding access by January 17 to the United States-Mexico border on land seized by the Lone Star State in Eagle Pass – or else.DHS is ordering Texas to cease and desist in blocking Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) access in and around Shelby Park, and to "remove all barriers to access" by end of day on January 17.

According to DHS General Counsel Jonathan E. Meyer, who sent the letter to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the actions of Texas in blocking federal government access to the land in Eagle Pass "are clearly unconstitutional and are actively disrupting the federal government's operations."

"We demand that Texas cease and desist its efforts to block Border Patrol's access in and around the Shelby Park area and remove all barriers to access in the Shelby Park area," Meyer wrote.
"The recent actions by the State of Texas have impeded operations of the Border Patrol. Those actions conflict with the authority and duties of Border Patrol under federal law and are preempted under the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution."
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