dearest today in el paso on the frontlines of our great republics national emergency an alabaster powder fell
Dearest, Today in El Paso, on the frontlines of our great republic’s national emergency, an alabaster powder fell from the sky, presumably narcotics flung across the border, unobstructed by the lack of wall. It is cold and we are fearful, but for you, I persevere.
my love today day 3 of our great american emergency i met a child peddling sweets on a street corner voice hus
My love, Today, day 3 of our GreatAmerican Emergency, I met a child peddling sweets on a street corner. Voice hushed, she told me things are so dire, her supply of Thin Mints has been depleted. We were able to procure Tagalongs and will persist, but we are fearful. Send prayers
dearest as we trudge through the second day of our national emergency our bellies full of huevos rancheros yes
Dearest, As we trudge through the second day of our national emergency — our bellies full of huevos rancheros, yes, but morale at an all-time low — I’m afraid I have grim news to report from El Paso’s borderland. A Patriot in my sector has been infiltrated. Send nuts.
my darling i write from the borderland of el paso where i find myself on the front lines of our great national
My darling, I write from the borderland of El Paso, where I find myself on the front lines of our great national emergency. Yesterday, a comrade bunkered nearby reported that canine feces had been abandoned on his property. I don’t know how much more I can endure. Pray for me.
i live in a border town and am in a near constant state of dread im terrified my kids will be murdered in thei
I live in a border town and am in a near-constant state of dread. I’m terrified my kids will be murdered in their classrooms by a gunman. I have zero fear, however, of immigrants, asylum seekers or MS-13. We DO have a national emergency, but it has NOTHING to do with the border.