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Title 42 Expires The Texas Mexico Border Under Flood Watch

Title 42 Expires The Texas Mexico Border Under Flood Watch

As Title 42 Expires the Texas Mexico Border is under a flood watch, according to a Special Weather Statement released by the National Weather Service (NORA). Border officials, military, volunteers, and immigrants waiting along Kenedy, southeastern Jim Hogg, eastern Hidalgo, Cameron, Brooks and Willacy Counties could see strong thunderstorms, and wind gust up to 50 mph.

A picture of the flood watch issued for the Texas Mexico Border May 2023
Credit: NORA-National Weather Service

In the meantime, President Biden and Kamala Harris are doing very little to ensure a humanitarian effort is made to help immigrants return to their native cities. Many immigrants are still under the impression they will be able to cross, amid reports of kidnapped children, sexual assaults, and human trafficking concerns. On Friday, Senator Ted Cruz met with Laura Ingram on Fox News to shed light on the humanitarian crisis taking place in Brownsville, Texas.

For more information visit @SenTedCruz on Twitter


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