The Biden administration took an early and massive blow to their signature immigration demands on Tuesday when a U.S. federal judge blocked a deportation freeze following Texas’s legal challenge. Biden had attempting to stop deportation actions for 100 days, and the answer was “no.”
Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton posted about his victory over Biden. Biden’s Executive Order failed to provide any reasoning for his Executive Orders. Now, Texas has a freeze on his important demands and will return to court to attempt to strike it down altogether.
One political watcher posted online:
“Texas AG Ken Paxton doesn’t get enough credit. He bravely sued other states for their fraudulent elections, but SCOTUS cowardly and falsely stated he didn’t have standing. Now he sues against Biden’s plan to protect illegal alien criminals, and he wins big. Give it up for Paxton.”
“VICTORY. Texas is the FIRST state in the nation to bring a lawsuit against the Biden Admin. AND WE WON. Within 6 days of Biden’s inauguration, Texas has HALTED his illegal deportation freeze. *This* was a seditious left-wing insurrection. And my team and I stopped it,” Paxton wrote.
Biden took away Trump’s emergency powers, and that is not going well for Biden. Paxton was on Bannon’s War Room Pandemic podcast on Tuesday and told the audience that he was protecting Texas from Covid concerns and that he would address as many Executive orders as he could using that as a defense.
“Turn around is fair play,” right? Will it work for Texas? We will have to wait a few weeks to find out. But for now, this order is a massive set back for the Biden camp, whose plans to infiltrate America with “new citizens” are contingent upon open borders.
Epoch Times reported:
“The order is a setback to the Biden administration, which has proposed far-reaching changes, including a plan to legalize about 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States illegally. Last week, the administration also issued an order that halts all U.S.–Mexico border wall construction.
During former President, Donald Trump’s four years in office, Democrats and immigration activists often filed lawsuits in an attempt to halt Trump’s border wall construction, among other immigration provisions. With Paxton’s lawsuit, it’s likely that Republicans may do the same—especially with hundreds of judges appointed by Trump during his term in office.”
Hamed Aleaziz, an immigration reporter, covered the story and wrote:
“Judge Tipton blocks the Biden administration’s 100-day deportation moratorium. Big initial loss for the Biden administration as it moves forward with its immigration policies.
The January 20 Memorandum not only fails to consider potential policies more limited in scope and time, but it also fails to provide any concrete, reasonable justification for a 100-day pause on deportations.
Texas demonstrates that it pays millions of dollars annually to provide social services and uncompensated healthcare expenses, and other state-provided benefits to illegal aliens, such as the Emergency Medicaid program.
Interestingly, the judge completely avoided the issue Texas mostly focused on: the unusual agreement it signed with DHS to review and comment on immigration policies before they get implemented.”