26 Attorneys General Back Texas
Twenty-six Republican attorneys general sent a letter to the Biden administration on January 29 demanding that it “enforce the laws that secure the southern border.” The attorneys general said they opposed the administration’s efforts to remove Texas’s razor wire.
The United States Supreme Court ruled that the federal government can continue removing the razor wire until further notice, but a majority of U.S. states oppose this order. The undersigned attorneys general represented Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming.
Security threat: In The United States and Britain in Prophecy, the late Herbert W. Armstrong showed how the people who settled in the U.S. and Britain descended from the Israelite tribes of Manasseh and Ephraim. This means end-time Bible prophecies about these two tribes are directed at the U.S. and Britain.
One of these prophecies tells how mass immigration will eat away at America’s and Britain’s strength, fostering political divisions that will ultimately ruin the nation.
Ephraim allows himself to be mixed up with foreigners; Ephraim has become a cake unturned as it was baked. Foreigners eat away his strength, unknown to him; grey hairs are on him here and there, unknown to him. (Israel’s pride shall confront and convict them; yet they will not come back to the Eternal their God, nor seek him, in spite of it all.) Ephraim is like a silly, senseless dove, crying to Egypt, flying to Assyria; but as they fly, I fling my net on them, and bring them down like a bird, punishing them for their misdeeds.
—Hosea 7:8-12; Moffatt translation
Learn more: Read “Biden vs. Texas: A Federal Right to Lawlessness?”