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- Controversial letter sent by the governor of Texas against immigrants was distributed one day before the shooting in El Paso.
- Abbott exposes statistics of undocumented immigrants who cross the border between the United States and Mexico.
- The letter sent by the governor resembles his speech to that of the suspect executing the massacre in El Paso against the Latino community.
Controversial letter sent by the governor of Texas against immigrants was distributed the day before the shooting in El Paso, considered the largest attack against the Latino community in the United States.
The governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, sent a fundraising letter prompting Republicans to "Defend Texas now" of Hispanic immigrants, claiming they represented a problem for the state.
The fundraising support manifesto is dated August 2, a day before the terrorist massacre at a Walmart store in El Paso.
In a letter obtained and published by The Texas Signal, Governor Greg Abbott asked his followers to help him "defend" Texas.
"Unless you and I want the liberals to succeed in their plan to transform Texas, and our entire country, through illegal immigration, this is a message that we MUST send," said the letter from Greg Abbott.
The written statements of the governor are alarming because many resemble the speech of the suspect to execute the massacre, who said in an online report that the wave of attacks was his response to a "Hispanic invasion in Texas" that would transform the climate State politician.
The governor says "If we are going to DEFEND Texas, we will have to take matters into our own hands." In the same letter, Abbott exposes statistics of undocumented immigrants who cross the US-Mexico border, and invites readers to sign a declaration of support to keep Texas free of Latino immigrants.
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