National Guard troops overrun by hundreds at the border with Mexico

New footage of a large group of people stampeding over Texas National Guard troops at the border between the United States and Mexico in El Paso has been released.

The incident occurred just days after numerous state governors said they would be sending their National Guard troops to assist with the crisis at the border.

This week, the Supreme Court also removed a block on a new Texas state law giving the police extra powers to enforce immigration measures.

The Biden administration and immigrant rights groups claim the law -Senate Bill 4- is unlawful and immigration should only handled by the federal government, not individual states.

On Thursday, reporters of the Post say they saw men with hoodies, gloves, and winter jackets pull apart fencing at the border away as a group of five National Guardsmen stood guard.

Then parts of a group of around 600 migrants forced their way past the Texas National Guard troops as they attempted to push back in small groups.

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