Michael Jaco says armed fighting has broken out along the Texas-Mexico border as American citizens defend their homes and villages against foreign invaders. Incidents have been reported in two adjoining counties — Maverick and Kinney.
Kinney is sparsely populated with fewer than 4,000 residents but Maverick County is much bigger, with a population in excess of 50,000. Its county seat is Eagle Pass.
Jaco says residents, weary of the disturbances and steady encroachments, have called in veteran military friends to help them expel Cartel members pouring across the border. Kinney and Maverick are normally heavily Democratic, but the Biden administration’s blatant open border policies have upset the normal balances and destroyed law enforcement in this isolated region.