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CDF-Backed Border Security Resolutions Pass in Williamson and Denton Counties, Joining 55 Texas Counties

TEXAS - Citizens Defending Freedom (CDF), a leading advocacy organization dedicated to protecting American lives and liberties, proudly announces the declarations of border security resolutions in both Denton and Williamson Counties. Denton County made a significant move by unanimously voting to declare a border invasion, while Williamson County Commissioners approved the item in a 3-1 vote.

These recent developments bring the total to an impressive 55 counties across Texas, taking a firm stand against the ongoing border crisis. The resolutions in Denton and Williamson Counties were shepherded by CDF County Executive Directors Melinda Preston and Marcia Watson respectively. This highlights the urgent need for decisive action to secure our southern border and reflects a shared commitment to safeguarding communities from the devastating impacts of illegal immigration and drug trafficking.

CDF General Counsel Jonathan Hullihan is providing a framework for any Texas county to join the effort to demand a secure border. Hullihan brings a wealth of expertise to the table, drawing from his distinguished career as a former active-duty Navy JAG who served in Afghanistan alongside the Navy SEALs as part of a Special Operations taskforce. With his extensive real-world experience in constitutional authority, national security law, and irregular warfare tactics, Hullihan offers invaluable insights into the complexities of the threats facing our nation. His advocacy efforts within CDF have played a pivotal role in reshaping the discourse surrounding the border crisis, prompting Texas counties to recognize the urgent need for action in addressing what is unequivocally deemed an invasion.

According to the 2022 report of the U.S. Commission on Combating Synthetic Opioid Trafficking, Mexico remains the primary source of illicit fentanyl, with clandestine cartel laboratories producing the drug using chemicals primarily sourced from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) before being smuggled across the U.S.–Mexico border. Tragically, the toll of fentanyl-related overdoses continues to climb, reaching a staggering 107,941 deaths in 2022 alone, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The border invasion resolutions signify a unified stance by Texas counties, demanding action to protect American sovereignty and secure our borders. CDF continues to advocate for more counties to follow suit, empowering local communities to assert their rights and defend against the encroaching threats posed by transnational criminal organizations.

For counties seeking guidance on passing border resolutions or for more information on CDF's efforts to support border security initiatives, please go here.

In the face of unprecedented challenges, CDF remains steadfast in its mission to defend freedom and uphold the principles upon which this nation was founded.


About Citizens Defending Freedom:  

Founded in 2021, Citizens Defending Freedom is a non-profit organization that strategically operates in counties across America to help citizens defend their faith and freedom, all while fighting for transparency in local government. Currently, Citizens Defending Freedom is established in Florida, Georgia, Michigan, and Texas, with plans to continue expanding across America. Click here to learn more about Citizens Defending Freedom.



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