APRIL 29, 2023 \ 1-4 PM \ AUSTIN, TEXAS
APRIL 29, 2023 \ 1-4 PM \ AUSTIN, TEXAS


On April 29, we will assemble at the Texas Capitol in Austin to demand that our elected leaders take action to end the humanitarian crisis at our southern border.

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On April 29, Texans will assemble at the Capitol to demand that our elected leaders take action to end the humanitarian crisis at our southern border.


The failure of our current border policies makes every American complicit in the spread of human misery. We will no longer accept the erosion of America or its values by allowing the humanitarian crisis at our southern border to continue.

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Texans must be threatened, extorted, and held hostage on their own properties?

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Texas communities must see their hospitals and schools overrun by non-citizens?

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Americans must die from Fentanyl poisoning? 

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American dollars must flow to Mexican cartels and their Chinese money launderers?

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illegal immigrants must be raped, drowned, murdered and see their children sold into slavery? 

Failure to act is undermining our national security. Texas has a moral and constitutional responsibility to act. The How Many More Rally will demand that lawmakers take these actions to save our nation:

Declare an invasion of our southern border

Legally. Officially. And completely without reservation.

Define Mexican cartels as terror organizations

Take all actions possible to eradicate the cartels in our country.

Seize cartel bank accounts and assets.

American money is their lifeblood. Stop the flow of funds through U.S. banks and financial technology companies that benefit the cartels.

Establish a Texas Border Defense Unit to protect Texans.

Make this new force permanent with broad powers to confront the cartels. It’s up to Texans to save Texans and our nation.


Only 31% of Americans approve of how the current administration is handling immigration, a new low.

One person in the U.S. dies from a fentanyl overdose every seven minutes.

Fentanyl is the leading cause of death for Americans age 18 to 45, with the number killed by the drug up 94% since 2019.

In January 2023, the equivalent of more than 320 million lethal doses and 1,413 pounds of fentanyl were seized at the southern border.

60% of unaccompanied alien children are caught by cartels and exploited through child pornography and drug trafficking.

6 million illegal immigrants have crossed the border since 2020.

1.2 million illegal gotaways have escaped past Border Patrol into the U.S. since 2020.

At least 82 people on the terror watchlist have been apprehended trying to enter the U.S. between ports of entry so far this fiscal year.


Author image LARA LOGAN
Emmy Award Winning Journalist and Former Foreign War Correspondent for CBS News and 60 Minutes
NHCLC, President & CEO
Author image REP. CHIP ROY
U.S. Rep - TX21
Author image CJ PEARSON
PragerU Personality
Author image MARK MORGAN
Border Security and Immigration Center at The Heritage Foundation, Visiting Fellow
Lost Voices of Fentanyl, Co-President
Author image JAESON JONES
CEO of Omni Intelligence / Retired Captain of DPS Counterterrorism Division
Author image CRAIG SAWYER
Veterans For Child Rescue, Founder and CEO & Former Navy Seal who served at the elite Seal Team One (DEVGRU)
Author image VICTOR AVILA
Retd. Supervisory Special Agent with ICE
Author image DR. MIKE VICKERS
Texas Border Volunteers, Founder
Author image ROY BOYD
Goliad County Sheriff
El Conservador, Radio Show Host
Author image JEFFREY STAMM
Former DEA Deputy Chief of International Operations
Author image Sarah Chittum
Texas Gulf Coast War on Fentanyl, Founder
Author image Getaneh M. Getaneh
Watch and Pray Ministries, Founder
Author image MARK MECKLER
Convention of States, President & Master of Ceremonies
Many more to be announced soon