G. McConway
January 12, 2024

Texas DPS Helicopter Crashes While Tracking Migrants

There was a small tragedy reported in Texas this week related to the surge of migrants coming over the border.

A Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter crashed in Kinney County.

The helicopter was being used to track illegal immigrants coming over the border to relay information to ground troops.

The Crash

According to local reports, the helicopter had an inflight emergency around 7:25 p.m. CST on January 11, 2023.

The crew was forced to do a crash landing in a field in Kinney County. The pictures of the crash were quite disturbing, as it looked all but certain that anyone who was aboard would have died, but, fortunately, that was not the case.

The report further explained that the helicopter had lost complete power during flight, with the co-pilot sustaining minor injuries in the crash.

The helicopter, however, was completely wrecked, so it was all but a miracle that the crew managed to escape without serious injury.

The helicopter was part of Operation Lone Star, which has been Governor Abbott’s answer to Biden’s loose enforcement of our border laws.

Even with Operation Lone Star in effect, the surge at the border is still setting records, with more than 300,000 migrant encounters in December 2023.

This situation could actually get worse, as there is currently a case before the Supreme Court that, if the government loses, could see hundreds of thousands of migrant immigration cases go back to square one.

This is all regarding the policy of releasing migrants without a court appearance date, allowing the date to be mailed to them at a later date.

The initial case was brought by a migrant who claims to have never received his court date, arguing that the two different notifications do not meet the proper notification stipulation. The case has since been joined by two more migrants.

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