Congressman Cloud Issues Statement in Support of Goliad Declaring Invasion

Goliad, TX—Last night, Congressman Michael Cloud (TX-27) submitted a statement of support in favor of Goliad County’s Commissioners Court to formally declare an invasion.

The vote passed unanimously.

Congressman Cloud is glad to see Goliad formally declare an invasion, and he hopes to see other Texas counties follow suit.

From the statement:

“I stand in full support of Goliad County declaring an invasion and urging the State of Texas to act under its Constitutional authority to immediately prevent and remove anyone invading the sovereignty of Texas and that of the United States.

The Biden administration has proven to be derelict in their duty to protect and secure our homeland. They have abandoned law enforcement, leaving counties like Goliad outmanned and overwhelmed. 

Texas has a right to defend itself.”

The full statement can be found HERE.


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