The Miami Herald reports:
Gov. Ron DeSantis said today that Florida law-enforcement officers will go to Texas and Arizona to help with border control, as Florida continues to challenge the Biden administration in federal court about immigration enforcement.
DeSantis’ announcement during a news conference in Pensacola came after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey sent a letter last week to governors of the 48 other states requesting assistance in battling illegal immigration at the border with Mexico.
Details on the number of Florida officers that will be deployed, where they will go and the costs to Florida taxpayers have not been determined, DeSantis said.
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Who would have thought the day would come when TX would need FL to come to its rescue to secure our border?
That TX would crowd source funding to secure its sovereignty?https://t.co/W6DmD5m8fy
— Allen West (@AllenWest) June 17, 2021