Governor Pillen Is Going to Texas to Get a Report on The Security Along the Southern Border!


Cybersecdn LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — It will be a busy weekend for Gov. Jim Pillen. Pillen and the adjutant general of the Nebraska National Guard, Major General Craig Strong, will go to Texas on Sunday to find out what’s new with border security. At 2:30 p.m. on Sunday in Eagle Pass, Texas, they will hold a news conference with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and a number of other Republican governors from across the country.

“Securing the border is important for the safety of all Americans and Nebraskans,” Gov. Pillen said in a news release on Thursday. “We need to keep supporting Operation Lone Star, and we will look into what other help Nebraska can provide to keep the border safe, stop the flow of drugs, and end the humanitarian crisis.”

There are people who don’t like Nebraska’s role at the southern border. Early Friday morning, Sen. Megan Hunt of Omaha wrote on social media that this latest visit was “Pathetic.”

Governor Pillen is going to Texas

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She then wrote, “No elected official in Nebraska can do anything to “help” at the border.” I’m no longer supporting Craig Strong for Adjutant General. Pillen sent 60 members of the Nebraska National Guard to Texas last year to help the government at the southern border. The Nebraska State Patrol also sent people to fly drones.

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