Texas farmer near border says migrants 'bull-rushed' his property, broke into elderly grandparents' house

September 22, 2022 at 21:36

A Texas farmer who owns a 150-acre ranch along the U.S.-Mexico border recently shared footage of migrants running onto his property and barricading themselves inside the home where his grandparents live.
The farmer, who wished to remain anonymous, told Fox News Digital his family has owned the property for upwards of 100-years.
"The video I posted was one video of hundreds that I have, or that happen daily.
He told Fox News Digital that, for unknown reasons, his TikTok account was suspended over the weekend but appeared to be reinstated by Wednesday.
The farmer is Hispanic, but his family has resided in the U.S. for several generations.
He said he was motivated to post the video after the negative feedback he got on another video in which he showed migrants on his property – albeit, ones who were not as abrasive.
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I mean trying to open doors, trying to get in," he said.
"Not everyone is that and I’m in agreement with that, but these guys were trying to get away and get into our houses.
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The farmer, in his 40 years working on the ranch, said he – as well as his 95-year-old grandfather – "have never seen anything like this."
"We’ve seen thousands of people cross through here, with no problem and all due respect (saying), ‘Hey, we’re just trying to get through no problem.’ Go ahead.