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Kinney County Security Officer Brad Coe, Texas, said he had no choice but to solve the problem himself at the southern border as the influx of illegal immigrants continued.
Kor detained immigrants due to lack of resources and returned to the US-Mexico border before joining "Fox&Friends First" on Thursday. Did.
"Anyone caught while walking or smuggling on the highway can roll over to a border patrol," Kor began. "Butdidn't have the resources for me because of the Biden administrationand the policies being implemented by the administration.
Kor had five immigrants on Wednesday. He said he was arrested by his agent. One immigrant was transferred to the hospital, but four immigrants were unharmed and refused to be seen by EMS. Mr. Kor said the U.S. Border Guard was an immigrant. He explained that he needed to be medically licensed before he was detained, which would require two of the six agents to be taken to the nearest hospital 35 miles away. Kor sent the immigrants to their official entry point into Mexico.
After noticing that a cross-border patrol was suspiciously eating a cheese burger, he was bust with 1.6 pounds of metal. Texas
Police and other first Correspondents are working in a situation where authorities say dozens of people have been found dead and several others have been taken to the hospital for a fever-related illness. Monday, June 27, 2022. , A semi-trailer suspected of being immigrant was found in San Antonio. (AP Photo / Eric Gay)(AP )
"I Always ensure the safety of the residents of Kinney County, a resident of Texas, beyond the comfort of those who have illegally invaded the country, "he said. "My job is to protect these people as elected officials in Kinney County. That's my job and it will continue until I'm notified later."
According to security officials, Byden's cross-border policies are not compassionate, and tragedy such as53 immigrants killed in human trade activitieshas the administration enforced border law. It will continue to happen until you start.
Kor also warned that agriculture was affected by uncontrolled migration.
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"The group walks through the watermelon meadows and tears the watermelons ... torn Fences, broken waterlines, damaged windows. One of the local ranchers has spent $ 40, 50, 60,000 over the past year repairing fences to raise cattle and livestock, "he said. Told.
FoxNews Paul contributed most to this report
Elizabeth Heckman is FoxNews' digital production assistant.