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October 19, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As the shocking images of the border crisis in Del Rio, Texas brought the ongoing challenges of securing the southern border into the living rooms of everyday Americans, Congressman Chip Roy emerged as a strong advocate pushing states to do more to secure the border as the Biden administration struggled to address the surge of migrants.

The Center for Security Policy (Center, centerforsecuritypolicy.org) is pleased to host Congressman Roy for a webinar discussion on securing America’s southern border. Center Director of Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Kyle Shideler, who wrote a report on his border fact finding trip to Del Rio in June—before it became a center of global attention—will moderate the discussion.

WHO: Center for Security Policy, along withCongressman Chip Roy, R-Texas, 21st District.

WHAT: Webinar on the challenges of Border Security in the Biden Administration

WHEN: Wednesday, October 20, at 1:00pm ET.

WHERE: Media and the public may register for the event here

WHY: Congressman Roy and the Center’s Shideler will discuss border and immigration security, including the recent crisis in Del Rio, Texas, the Biden administration’s failure to control chaos on the border, and other national security priorities with Congressman Roy.

Those wishing to attend the webinar may register here. Mr. Shideler’s biography is available here. His most recent op-ed on border security, “Migrant Crisis Shows States Must Secure Themselves,” was published by Newsweek and is available here.

Since the Center for Security Policy’s founding in 1988, they have challenged establishment orthodoxy and refused to sacrifice principles for expedience in Washington. The Center’s work is rooted in the proven strategy of Peace Through Strength as applied to the needed 21st Century strategy of America First. Security and freedom depend on a strong America and leaders who will use instruments of national power wisely to keep our nation out of unnecessary wars.   


The Center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) organization that educates policymakers, legislators, the media, and the American public. We are funded by generous contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations. For more information, visit the Center website at centerforsecuritypolicy.org.   


To interview representatives of the Center for Security Policy, contact Hamilton Strategies, Media@HamiltonStrategies.com, Beth Harrison 610.584.1096, ext. 105, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.