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Texas ranchers pummeled by Biden's border crisis 'fear for their lives'
Texas ranchers pummeled by President Biden’s border crisis ‘fear for their lives’
John Paul and Donna Schuster detail the impact the border crisis has had on their daily lives.
John Paul and Donna Schuster have experienced firsthand the damaging effects of the uncontrollable migrant surge wreaking havoc on the U.S. southern border.
The crisis has crippled the couple's daily lives and they even admitted to living in "fear" as they grapple with the consequences of Biden’s "open border" policies.
The Texas ranchers discussed the devastation they've endured during an emotional interview with "Mornings with Maria" host Maria Bartiromo.
"You’ve got to look around like, is somebody out there? You just don’t know who’s watching you," Donna Schuster told the FOX Business host. "There’s some kind of sign that someone has been there since the last time I was there the day before. It’s either trash, footprints, gate left open, fence cut, water line broken, float broken for a trough that waters the livestock. It’s something every single day," she said.
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The Schuster’s reside in Kinney County, approximately 28 miles from the U.S., Mexico border. Their ranch has become an undeclared hideaway for runaway migrants trying to avoid apprehension and enter the U.S. illegally.