Texas is telling the Feds and SCOTUS to GFY.

Then, Oklahoma joined them.

Now, so has Florida.

There are those who claim that it isn’t an invasion because the immigrants don’t have any guns. Not so fast, there. If you can have an unarmed insurrection, you can have an unarmed invasion.

Then Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming followed with their own support of Texas. Sixteen states with a combined population of more than 118 million people are pushing back as of the moment I am writing this.

So is this just election year posturing, or is this the beginning of Republicans pushing back? What do you think?

Categories: The Collapse


McChuck · January 26, 2024 at 5:52 am

I think 25 States have sided with Texas now.
I also think the Republicans are all bark and no bite. Just like usual. But we shall see.

Aesop · January 26, 2024 at 8:12 am

I think it’s P.G.T. Beauregard siting his guns on the bluffs opposite Fort Sumter.

I live in hope.

It’s about damned time somebody turned on the lights and siren and told the lawless illegitimate poseur nominally running things to pull the fuck over.

I also think people should stop whining about Abbott’s supposed allegiance. He’s fighting the right enemy here, and with 25 other governors backing him and 17 states sending troops to help Texas, this is rapidly spinning out of his or any single person’s ability to brake or screw up.

And if the feds step on themselves this time, I think they’re going to find out in an awful hurry what an actual insurrection looks like, and you’re going to see the 25th Amendment pulled out, consulted, and applied in about 0.2 seconds.

After that, it’ll be easier to get Superbowl 50-yard-line seats than to rent a U-Haul in D.C.

    Southernborne · January 26, 2024 at 11:56 am

    While Fort Sumter was for sure the spark, it was Lincoln’s call for 75,000 troops that sealed the deal. My state Virginia had voted twice not to secede, until that moment changed it all. Will Poopy pants nationalise the guard and repeat the mistake?

      Aesop · January 26, 2024 at 5:49 pm

      We can backdate all the presumptive “reasons for” anyone likes; no one cares.
      When the guns start firing, all the pretense is prologue.
      This has enormous potential to be such a moment, and Poopypants is just the senile incompetent f**k to step in it. It’s his defining characteristic for his entire political life, even before he lost his tiny mind.

      And if he does kick that off, ten months out from a presidential election, he gets declared incompetent by his own cabinet in about a heartbeat, removed from office, and thrown under the bus.

      If they don’t, at that point, they probably all get hung in Lafayette Park NLT noon Jan 21, 2025, just ahead of Operation Wetback 2.0.

      I’m fine with it either way.

      And FTR, the regime constantly deciding to move the deadline back and back and back is a decision in itself.
      This is looking like Bundy Ranch on a national scale at the moment.
      I’m betting FedGov waffles, then slinks away the minute they can gin up another crisis to go “Look, squirrel!”, and Texas builds another 20 miles of razor wire between now and November.

      The bigger issue is that it only forces illegals to walk through the gates, which are already welded open.

      If Abbott’s and Texas’ next step isn’t to put razor wire around the official checkpoints and BP holding pens, they’ll still pull defeat from the jaws of victory over this.

      Go big, or go home.

Anonymous · January 26, 2024 at 8:24 am

It is difficult to know when these W.E.F. CLOWNS start turning up. If politics is the resolution of differences without violence, how will this insurrection ever be solved in the political arena.

Oh, I know. Send in a bunch of military men with batons. That will fix it.


J J · January 26, 2024 at 8:24 am

Texan here waiting to see when Abbott folds like a cheap lawn chair under a 300lb female scholar. Abbott hasn’t proven to be free from the influence of the Bush clan and the WEF so giving in is on the docket.
However, behind him is the Lt Governor and Attorney General who both want to be the next governor of Texas.

Pete · January 26, 2024 at 9:22 am

Abbott and other red state leaders could have solved this years ago by going after those who employ illegals. But no, that would annoy the rich donors right? If we see mandatory E-Verify plus huge fines for hiring illegals and rewards for whistleblowers, then this is becoming real. Otherwise it’s just posturing.

    Noway2 · January 26, 2024 at 9:47 am

    I worked at a place that on-shored a production line from Mexico. Guess what magically appeared with it.They all presented credentials, obviously falsified, but passed the E Verify system. They would also claim things like 14 children and use every other trick to minimize the tax withholding and then complain about $2 being stolen in tax from their paycheck. The company knew they were illegal but jumped through the hoops and turned a blind eye.

    One day, the rumor was spread that la migra was coming. The production line was empty.

Noway2 · January 26, 2024 at 9:50 am

“ or is this the beginning of Republicans pushing back”

Perhaps some republicans but more likely a lot more normal people. I have long held that what we commonly call RINO is THE party. The party does not represent the people anymore, but instead represents the likes of Bush, Cheyne, Romney, Graham, etc.

jimmyPx · January 26, 2024 at 10:03 am

This about more than illegal immigration. People and the states have had a bellyful of an imperial presidency and a corrupt and ineffective congress. The Feds do what they want and enforce what laws they want and there has been little to no push back for 20+ years.

How come the Jan 6th people had the book thrown at them but BLM absolutely nothing ?
The country can’t take millions and millions of uneducated welfare cases coming here every year. The system is badly broke and is going to implode soon, so the states HAVE to do something because the feds refuse to follow the law.

Also, someone mentioned the Bush’s and the WEF. Has anyone considered that the WEF and World “elite” WANT the U.S. weakened and splintered ? We (and Russia) are their greatest obstacle to their One World government plan. What if all of the bad stuff the last 20 years like the massive rise in racial strife, feminism and the destruction of the family, the LGBT agenda, etc have all been done on purpose to weaken us ?

In addition, the Federal government has over $150 trillion that they have promised people in the form of debt, Social Security, Medicare, government pensions, VA, etc. They don’t have the money to pay all of this. BUT if the country breaks up and there is no Federal government anymore, “hey, you overthrew that government and there is no money, so no Social Security, military pension or VA for you” ?

pchappel · January 26, 2024 at 10:20 am

I moved to Texas because I wanted to be left alone… Seems like that is not going to happen. Hoping it is not empty posturing, but also not really looking forward to open war… But that might be the only way out in the long run.

nick flandrey · January 26, 2024 at 11:59 am

I’ll note that the states are MOVING TROOPS AROUND. Inside the US, and in response to what FEDGOV has done, not Mother Nature. Abbott’s letter echos the Declaration, without the philosophy lesson as it enumerates the grievances. This situation can explode in everyone’s face with little notice.

Are you ready for that? If you’ve been paying attention, you should be.

I’m guessing there will be an incident or two, a false start, the hope of reconciliation, but then sh!t will kick off for realz and if you can’t provide for and defend the ones you love, you will be in a world of hurt. Where you are is going to be critical for how you experience the next 5 years.

I hope the lessons of the chinkyflu lockdowns with disruptions to supply chains, medical care, free movement and association, and income have been taken to heart by everyone reading this… and that you are ready. If not, there’s still a little time left. Get busy.


SoCoRuss · January 26, 2024 at 1:01 pm

Two issues with both “CONSERVATIVE Republican” states and their leadership. Every time I hear those 2 words together I want to throw up…
1. As JJ said- You cant trust Abbott EVER. The issue is whats his real angle? A Trump VP? Remember Texas also gave us: LBJ, The Bush crime family and the “Conservative Cuck” Teddy Cruz. Remember how Teddy said on TV how the Jan 6 rioters murdered the capital police officers but nothing about Ashli Babbitt. The reason Beto nearly beat him is Texans know what he is but aren’t given any real choice of another texas repub.
2. Oklahoma’s congressional reps are the ones co sponsoring the Commie Crats newest “Lets legalize illegals deal”. It gives them green cards( depending on who you believe thats 15-30 million currently) and a allotment of 35,000 more every fucking week from now on. We all know that limit wont be enforced.

B · January 26, 2024 at 7:01 pm

You can always expect the R’s to fold when it counts. Always.

This may be a PEOPLE’s uprising, or a Citizens uprising, but it isn’t anything the Republicans will stand up to (or for).

At the end of it they will fail to stand up….like they always do.
If they had put in place measures, like real, punitive fines for employing illegals when they had the power, and preventing welfare or other handouts for illegals, then we’d not have the influx of grifters had users that we have.

Scot Irish · January 26, 2024 at 11:22 pm

Sorry. This will start with lawsuits and end with attorney fees.
Great optics though.

Jonesy · January 27, 2024 at 12:24 am

Good move on the part of Republicans however it’s about 2.5 years too late….action should have been taken after the 1st million came across with no signs of slowing, not 8M.

With some accounts of the total number of illegals in the US north of 22M, the fix may already be in…Dems giving these people money, drivers licenses, voting rights all on our dime, Dems could have control over the government in perpetuity. How do we win an election when they + 22M votes?

Muriel Boat Lift 1980 · January 27, 2024 at 4:31 am

UN, Catholic and other “religious” NGO’s, all infiltrated by Sorrows.
Hebrew International Aid Society of which comrade commissar Mayorkas is a former board member.
CCP dropping off the detritus of external nations at the Panama Canal after emptying out their prisons and mental institutions.
Cartels making money hand over fist as coyotes.
Soft weak suburban soy Karens of both sexes with bleeding heart syndrome…until it is in their back yard.
Meanwhile Trojan horse armies can smell the weakness and some of them flip the bird or cover their faces when filmed.

(h/t-Micheal Yon, The Bracken, WRSA)

Gryphon · January 27, 2024 at 7:22 pm

One thing that None of the Articles I’ve read about this situation is the Fact that the Area this is taking place in is just a Tiny Fraction of the Texas Border. What is happening on the rest of it? How many other “Crossings” are being operated by the Traitors in “Customs and Border Patrol”? Why hasn’t Abbot send NatGuard Troops to them?

Could this ‘situation’ be a Distraction Operation? Are the Traitors hoping to draw the Citizens into an Armed Conflict over this Issue? An “Insurrection” that actually involves Gunfire? Abbot has ties to the (((wef))) and so Cannot be Trusted, but what about the rest of the Texas Guard Officers? Would they Disobey Orders to Retreat if the fedgov were to “nationalize” them?

So Many ways for this to get Weird. Like Salvador Dali on Acid, Weird.

    Aesop · January 29, 2024 at 10:30 pm

    ^This. X1000.
    Texas has made absolutely no move whatsoever to stop crossing anywhere else, nor to stop FedGov from waving everything with legs or wheels through the official Ports Of Entry, nor stop anyone apprehended from being amnestied right into the country from anyplace else in Texas.

    This is how you know they aren’t serious about actually doing anything.

    Eagle Pass is kabuki theater, with a net effect of abso-fucking-lutely ZERO on the overall situation.

    This is why the media is covering it at all, while studiously not showing the hordes walking through everywhere else by the hour, and the GOPe governors are backing it: because it isn’t changing things overall one damned bit but it plays well in Peoria, and everybody with an IQ into triple digits, on either side of the political equation, can figure that out in about 2 seconds’ time.

    This is like voting to disband the U.N. and cut off foreign aid when your party is in the minority, and there’s no chance in hell of it ever becoming actual law.

    All Abbott is doing is grandstanding, without affecting the actual situation so much as a teaspoon’s worth.

    That’s every politician’s wet dream on both sides of the aisle.

Pat H. Bowman · January 29, 2024 at 2:04 pm

From what I’ve been able to glean, my gut tells me this is all Kabuki theater. Abbot is a WEF boy, so he’s doing what he’s told. They’ve only secured about a mile of the border with all the made for a TV mini-series trappings; a half mile down the gates are wide open and unguarded. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Fed.gov tries to J6 the 25 states that are supporting TX and disqualify them from the election because muh insurrection.

TPTB, like good lawyers, never ask questions they don’t know the answer to. They are controlling both sides of this as the ultimate goal is the destruction of the FUSA. How it happens is of less concern as long as it happens. The only ones capable of saving it are We the People, and I honestly don’t know if we have it in us anymore.

Prepare accordingly–no one is coming to save you.

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