As the crisis at Texas’ southern border continues under the chaotic mismanagement of the Biden Administration, some locals are looking for help elsewhere. Kinney County (Brackettville) Sheriff Brad Coe, who’s county is at the epicenter of the crisis, is endorsing Republican candidate Jonathan Hullihan, a candidate running in the open Texas 8th Congressional District.
“Kinney County faces some of the highest levels of illegal border crossings along our southern United States,” said Hullihan. “Sheriff Coe is recognized nationally for his efforts in upholding the law and maintaining the sovereignty of our nation.”
“Kinney County has seen an unprecedented surge in illegal immigration with the Biden administration and has sounded the alarm on the failed policies,” continued Hullihan. “Sheriff Coe and his deputies are on the front lines every day, and they understand that as an America First candidate, I will go to Congress with more than talking points.With my background and experience in law and policy, I will work tirelessly to find solutions to secure our border, protect the American people, and back up the men and women of law enforcement like Sheriff Coe. There is no other choice and the work must get done. I want to thank Sheriff Coe for his support and I look forward to working with him on the serious issues an open border has created.”
Hullihan, an attorney and retired Navy JAG, has made border security a cornerstone of his campaign. He recently hosted a town hall event about the border crisis which featured a panel of speakers, including Coe and Congressman Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA), who has also endorsed Hullihan.
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