Past Features

June 6, 2015

Border War Escalates
Secure or Surrender?
Graphic by American Border Patrol shows difficulty in securing the border near Laredo. “Either we are going to take whatever steps are necessary to secure our border, or surrender to this invasion,” said Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol.
Breitbart -- June 5, 2015
War Breaks Out on Border: USA Chopper Struck by Gunfire from Mexico
   Breitbart Texas has learned that a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) helicopter was shot down or forced to initiate an emergency landing in Laredo, Texas due to receiving gunfire from the Mexican side of the border.
    The helicopter was interdicting a narcotics load and working alongside agents from the U.S. Border Patrol, who operate under the umbrella of the CBP.
    The helicopter was operating in the Laredo Sector of Texas, immediately across the border from the Los Zetas cartel headquarters of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico...
    The shooting occurred in an area known as La Bota Ranch, a subdivision of Laredo, Texas. A source who operates under the umbrella of the CBP told Breitbart Texas that the narcotics trafficking event was a well-coordinated operation with individuals participating on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. The shooting came from the Mexican side and all individuals fled and got away. The individuals on the U.S. side also got away into the state of Texas.

Come See How the Border Can Be Secured
Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol
    Mexican drug cartels have just learned they can shoot down a Border Patrol helicopter. Will they try again? You bet. And what about our response? How about returning fire into Mexico? Don't count on it. The most likely response is keep the choppers out of range, e.g. away from the border - thus surrendering territory.
    The border can be secured, beginning with levees. --- SEE THIS --- AND THIS
    I challenge every presidential candidate to come to ABP's ranch and see how it can be done!