FAST FIVE: Four States Deploy National Guard To US-Mexico Border

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Four States Deploy National Guard To US-Mexico Border Authored by Alice Giordano via The Epoch Times, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Kentucky, and Illinois are deploying several national guard units to the US- Mexico border.

An additional 120 soldiers from the 237th Military Police Company will be deployed to set up surveillance sites along the border to block the laundering of drugs, weapons, and money into the US by Mexican cartels, according to the release.

In echoing Raisler's position, Major Jarred Rickey of the Rhode Island National Guard told The Epoch Times that he could only confirm that the state is under a recent federal command to deploy National Guard units to the southwest border.

Brad Leighton, public affairs officer for the Illinois National Guard, told The Epoch Times that a transportation company was being sent as part of a routine rotation to replace a guard unit that has been in place for several months.

Ron DeSantis's move in September to send 50 illegal border crossers to Martha's Vineyard.

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