Gonzales: it’s imperative we provide all the necessary tools to secure our border

We all remember the scene last month as thousands of Haitian migrants arrived at the U.S. Mexico border. They set up a tent camp under a bridge in Del Rio, and at the peak, 15,000 were waiting to be processed.

Right now, ag state lawmakers are sending a warning, four times as many are making their trek to the U.S. right now and the border crisis is about to get worse.

One of those lawmakers is Texas Congressman Tony Gonzales, who is working with Border Patrol to prepare for the surge and keep ranching communities safe.

He spoke with RFD-TV’s own on the latest surge, how BP looks to manage the influx, and what he is hearing from producers.


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