Texas Nationalist Movement is offering any illegal alien a free one-way bus ride to Washington, D.C.
NEDERLAND, Texas – The Texas Nationalist Movement is offering to give any illegal alien who wants it a free one-way bus ride … to Washington, D.C.
“Since the federal government doesn’t want to do its Constitutionally-mandated job, we thought that maybe Washington just doesn’t understand the magnitude of the problem faced by Texas and other border states like Arizona, and why people in those states are so adamant about wanting something done,” TNM president Daniel Miller said.
“We figure that if Washington suddenly has to deal with a few thousand illegal aliens trashing the District of Columbia, driving down wages, murdering, raping and killing D.C. citizens that maybe the federal government might sit up and take notice.”
The TNM is offering to board any illegal alien on a commercial bus and give them a free one-way ride from Presidio, Texas – the Texas “exit station” where government agents dump thousands of apprehended illegal aliens — to Washington D.C. ”We may later expand the end destination to include the MSNBC Studios in New York, too,” Miller said.
That offer is open to those in this country illegally no matter their national origin.
“We don’t care if you’re Australian, Pakistani, Nigerian, Chinese, Central American, Russian, British, Somalian or Mexican,” Miller said. “If you’re in this country illegally, we’d like to give you a free ride to the place where all the freebies get dispensed.”
Anyone taking advantage of the offer must sign a pledge to not return to Texas.
Miller said TNM decided to weigh in on the illegal-immigration issue in support of Arizona’s assertion of its rights.
“Arizona took the action it took because the federal government refused to do its job,” Miller said. “Illegal aliens are a huge drain on social services and there is increasing evidence that more and more illegal aliens are part of violent criminal or terrorist gangs. Arizona did the only thing it could under the circumstances, and Texas will need to follow suit soon.”
Violence along the Texas-Mexico border is increasing and is already spilling over to Texas cities because the two national governments are either unwilling or unable to do their jobs, Miller added.
“A token force of 1,200 National Guardsmen – who are state militia to begin with, not federal troops – isn’t going to solve the problem of a border that is 2,000 miles long,” Miller said. “Washington is intentionally trying to paint states into a corner to increase its own power, and in so doing it is violating the Constitution and forcing more states toward secession.”
The Texas Nationalist Movement is a grassroots political organization not aligned with any political party which exists to secure and protect the political, economic and cultural independence of the Nation of Texas and to restore and protect a Constitutional Republic and the inherent rights of the people of Texas.