This Is The State That Doesn’t Accept To Send Military Security To Border (If You Thought Is California, Well You’re Wrong)

One would be greatly surprised to find out which is the state that refuses to send National Guard to the border.

It’s not California, but the almost as of liberal a state…..

It’s Oregon.

The governor made a announcement in which he said that this state IS NOT WILLING to send National Guard to help protect our nations borders.

From Town Hall

President Trump issued an official instruction Wednesday for deploying the National Guard to the southern border with Mexico.

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, like Governor Jan Brewer before him, greeted the move.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott is also onboard.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott is also onboard.

“My top priority as Governor is ensuring the safety and security of Texans, and securing our southern border has always been essential to that mission,” said Governor Abbott. “In my time as Governor, Texas has maintained a continuous presence of National Guard members along the border, and we’ve added hundreds of permanent Department of Public Safety troopers to the region,” Abbott released in a statement. “Today’s action by the Trump Administration reinforces Texas’ longstanding commitment to secure our southern border and uphold the Rule of Law, and I welcome the support. Going forward, Texas will continue to implement robust border security efforts, and this partnership will help ensure we are doing everything we can to stem the flow of illegal immigration.”

As is New Mexico Governor Susanna Martinez.

The governor “appreciates the administration’s efforts to bring states to the table as they go about taking steps to better secure our border,” Martinez spokesman Michael Lonergan said in a statement.

“The men and women of the New Mexico National Guard are well-trained professionals, and the governor supports them fully in any mission — state or federal at home or abroad,” Lonergan said.

At this moment, California Governor Jerry Brown still hasn’t clarified whether he is consent with sending National Guard troops at the direction of President Trump, but Oregon Governor Kate strongly disapproves and tends to prevent any attempt of collaboration.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen released a statement during a briefing with reporters at the White House Wednesday saying that the number of National Guard troops needed will be determined after discussions with local governors.

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