Monday on The Chad Hasty Show, Scott Braddock, editor of QuorumReport.com, joined the program to talk about the latest news in the state of Texas.

Braddock and Hasty discussed possible candidates to oppose Texas Governor Greg Abbott in the November 2022 gubernatorial election, the current surge of illegal immigrants swarming on the southern U.S. border, and Braddock shared an update from the 87th Texas Legislature.

While talking about the current situation on the border, Braddock said,

Let's get real here. We have these surges every year about this time, right, of immigrants. Now if you look at the numbers, in fairness, I think we're probably in about a twenty year high for these numbers, in a surge, and there are a lot reasons for that, including the push factors out of countries where these folks came from, including El Salvador and Guatemala, etc. But it is interesting to me that there only seem to be  certain times when certain people get really angry about it. When these surges would happen under President Trump, it wasn't the same exact people who would be as mad as they are when the surge happens under President Biden. And I think that we need to continue to push folks for...a real solution to this that includes immigration reform and border security, otherwise we're going to keep seeing the same surges, the same problems, and the same finger pointing.

Listen to the entire interview with Scott Braddock in the video above.  

More news, information and commentary from Braddock may be found at: QuorumReport.com 

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