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URGENT! Volunteers Needed on Border in Texas! Will You Step Up and Help?



Oath Keepers and patriots, we need you on the border in Eagle Pass, TX to help support and back-up Customs and Border Patrol. And if you can’t make it, please donate to support those who can put boots on the ground.  

Oath Keeper is boots on the ground in Eagle Pass, TX, running an on-going border security operation, supporting Customs and Border Patrol Agents with additional eyes and ears. We are patrolling dirt roads and highways right along the Rio Grand, serving as a visible deterrent to Cartel drug runners and human traffickers, as well as spotting and reporting to CBP Agents in the area. We have already called-in sightings that directly lead to the apprehension of illegal aliens by CBP. All of the agents we have spoken with appreciate the extra eyes and ears.

* NOTE:  We are not working officially with CBP, but only as volunteers who observe and report suspected illegal entry into the U.S. just like any good citizen near the border should do (aka “see something, say something”).   We do believe our presence also serves as a deterrent, especially to cartel drug mules and human traffickers, who are trying to avoid detection.

It is CRITICAL that we step up now to show President Trump, and the nation, that we support his declaration of emergency on the border, which is now undeniable to anyone with a lick of sense. We also need to do whatever we can to support and assist Customs and Border Patrol. They are being overwhelmed by a flood of illegal aliens. One of the common tactics of the cartels is to flood CBP agents with illegals claiming asylum, and while the agents are processing them, the cartels can more easily bring across whatever, or whoever, they want, including drugs, sex-slaves, MS-13 and other violent criminals, as well as terrorists.

As I write this, we are preparing to go out on another night of patrolling along the border. We need your help and support.


Getting ready to out on border night patrol along Rio Grand near Eagle Pass, TX. We need more volunteers and your support!

Posted by Oath Keepers on Friday, March 8, 2019


If you want to volunteer, please email us at   And please start rolling our way (see below for rally point). 

If you can’t put your boots on the ground, then please donate to support those who can, and who are on the ground right now, helping protect this nation’s border.  We need support to pay for their fuel and food. We have volunteers from out of state who will need fuel reimbursed.



URGENT! Volunteers Needed on Border in Texas!  Will You Step Up and Help?

Getting Ready For Another Night of Patrolling Along the Border on the Rio Grand Just South of Eagle Pass, TX


Our current rally point/base of operations is at a location on TX – 480 Loop, just South of the railway bridge in Eagle Pass (aka Bridge #2, the railway bridge that crosses into Mexico). Latitude 28.6863. Longitude -100.5039.

URGENT! Volunteers Needed on Border in Texas!  Will You Step Up and Help?


NOTE:   We expect to be working out of that location for at least another five days, but it is possible we may shift locations depending on where we can do the most good in filling in where CBP is light, or where illegal traffic is highest. So please do RSVP by emailing us at, even if you are already on your way. Also, if we have enough volunteers we will expand our area of operation both north and south into other areas with high cartel drug and human trafficking.

We will drive-on with this operation for as long as we have volunteers and so long as you support us with your donations. If you agree that this nation is facing an emergency on the border, and you support President Trump’s declaration of an emergency, please donate to support our efforts.  Every little bit helps!



NOTE:   For this operation we highly recommend you come armed, with both handgun and long gun (please be aware that you need to comply with all Federal and Texas laws regarding firearms).  Our standard protocol is long guns kept at the ready in vehicles, but not brought out unless truly needed.  For handguns, Texas has pretty lenient reciprocity with other states for concealed carry licenses.

Be prepared to patrol in vehicles all night (taking shifts to rest up), and to take turn standing guard at the base camp. You will need lights on any long-guns (if you don’t have one, bring a push button flashlight and we will rig something up) and you also need a hand-held flashlight (NEVER use a weapon-mounted light to observe.  That’s what your hand-held light is for).  We will provide you with a radio but if you have your own FRS radio, please do bring it. Be prepared to patrol in all kinds of weather. It is now warming up, but last week it dipped down to freezing. And we have had rain. Be prepared to camp or sleep in your vehicle. We do have ports-potties, and a shower will be provided. But you need to come prepared with your own sleeping arrangements at our campsite. If you have an RV, you are welcome to bring it.

In the above video, we called in a sighting of a suspected illegal alien and observed him until a CBP Agent responded and took him into custody. 

As always, we want only cool-headed and professional volunteers.  Remember, because this operation is overtly in support of President Trump’s declaration of emergency, as well as in support of TX Rep. Kyle Bidermann’s Texas Border Protection Bill, our actions reflect on the President, on the Texas patriots, and on the broader patriot cause.  So, no hot-heads.  Anyone who can’t/won’t follow instructions and comply with our ROEs will be ejected from the operation.

We also have zero-tolerance for any white nationalists or anyone else who discriminates along racial lines.  As we have stressed before, we have the co-sponsorship and active involvement of the Texas chapter of Latinos for Trump and the full support of local Hispanic-American patriots (many of whom are leaders in the local County GOP and who spoke at our recent border rally), and many of our patriot volunteers here on the ground are of Hispanic racial heritage. Racists will not be at all welcome here, to put it mildly.  So if that is your orientation, don’t waste your gas!  As with Oath Keepers membership, we are open to all races.  All we care about is your loyalty to the U.S. Constitution and your commitment to securing our border.

God bless America, and God bless Texas!

Stewart Rhodes

Founder of Oath Keepers

*Photo description:  Oath Keepers base of operations 300 yards from Rio Grand in Eagle Pass, TX.


Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.



  1. Guys, you seriously need to get a paypal account. I came to donate but I do not give *anyone* my credit card online. I do not know how you secure your data.

    Please – get a Paypal. Get more funds.

    1. We had a PayPal account, but then PayPal terminated our service, without explanation, while they purged other constitutionalists/conservatives. They refused to explain why, and have yet to have the integrity to tell us why. Clearly it was simply because we are constitutionalists who won’t toe the socialist line.

      So, we can’t do that (use PayPal). That’s on PayPal, not on us. The big tech companies are waging war on patriots. As I am sure you know.

  2. There another option besides using a credit card online. On our donate page, you can click “CHECK” and the screen will change to give you our mailing address. You can make a check out to Oath Keepers and mail it to us. We sincerely appreciate your desire to donate and support our operations.

  3. Do you still accept membership application and payment via U.S. mail, with a check or money order enclosed? I seem to recall that a few years ago you did. (I’m with that guy above, LOL!, I don’t use my credit card online.) And now us non-military non-LE can join, if I understand correctly? That would be great! Would like to join OK. You do a lot of good work. Thanks in advance for your reply!

  4. From this article earlier this week, it sounds as though you OK members and volunteers in Eagle Pass can expect to continue having migrants arriving steadily into Piedras Negras. Thank you for what you’re doing, and please stay safe. May God bless you!
    Staff of the National Institute of Migration reinforced the operations and presence in the city before the arrival of groups of migrants from the Congo, Cuba, Venezuela and Central America, which makes them believe that they will cross faster by Piedras Negras, than at other borders such as Nuevo Laredo and Ciudad Acuña, said Hector Menchaca, a municipal liaison with immigration authorities in the United States.

    “We are getting a lot of people coming from other borders and they are opting for ours to process what is a humanitarian asylum or a political asylum in the United States, they believe that crossing this border is faster which is not totally true, there are restrictions, there are spaces for interviews … On average, the United States authorities carry out 12 procedures per day or less.

    Menchaca said … in our city the shelters are almost full, almost 100%. “We are receiving a lot of people in groups, they are not mass groups, they are groups of 15, 20 or 30 people, but they are arriving, besides we see a constant migration of people from Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, even from Mexico, trying to achieve that dream of humanitarian asylum or political asylum in the United States,” he said….

    Staff of the National Institute of Migration monitors the international bridges of Piedras Negras-Eagle Pass, with 18 elements sent from Mexico City, as well as personnel from Saltillo and Piedras Negras.

  5. Thanks for advising of the check option, Nancy. I suspect there are many who feel as Jac does.

    Personally, I don’t want to support any company such as PayPal. They are a business who disrespects and discrimates against incredible Americans (Conservatives).


  6. I love to go and work. I live in FL so how could I make it happen? I am willing to travel in my own pov. What about all else?

  7. I’ll donate my prayers for your success and that more volunteers come to your aid! May God bless you and keep you safe!

  8. I cancelled my paypal when I heard Soros’s obtained the business.

    What about Stripe as an alternative? Cash App via Square Inc?

  9. Jac, for all my online transactions, I use a Netspend Card. It’s a bit inconvenient, but if it gets hit, they won’t get much.

    My brother just got hit and he has all that credit protection service…His card was literally used 30 minutes apart between OR and TX. In both cases the card had to be swept. The card company called him immediately, they knew that was impossible.

  10. We have always allowed those of us without prior service to join, but now the membership cards are all the same. (I’ve been a member since 2009.) We may not have the training and experience background, but there are other ways to contribute.

    For those who would prefer not to use a credit card online, we have a “check” option on our donation page. You can also send membership requests to this address. Be sure to include your full name, email address, and mailing address. Make the check or money order out to Oath Keepers.

    This is our mailing address for donations and memberships: Oath Keepers, PO Box 713, Ponderay, ID 83852

  11. Prayers for you all. Why can’t all Americans see this for what it is, a take over of America from within. George Soros all over it.

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