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Texas Sues Biden Admin Over Releasing Unvaccinated Illegal Immigrants


Are things really bigger and better in Texas?

It would seem so with their big moves in the name of freedom. 

Recently, amid Biden’s absence, Texas is acting to secure our southern border.

Texas has had enough abuse of our southern border over the past 5 months of the Biden admin.

According to Texans, the flow of immigrants at the border is continuous because they know under Biden they’ll get released.

Texas joined forces with a group led by former President Trump’s administration adviser Stephen Miller and filed a lawsuit against Biden.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is also named in the lawsuit against Biden.

This lawsuit aims to stop the Biden administration’s catch-and-release border policy.

God Bless Texas!

While the Biden administration pushes Americans to get the Covid vaccine, they hypocritically let in unvaccinated, and Covid infected illegal immigrants to our country.

The Epoch Times has more on the lawsuit:

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Miller’s America First Legal filed paperwork (pdf) in a federal court in Fort Worth against President Joe Biden, saying the policy would cost taxpayers millions of dollars while imperiling public safety.

The pair was focusing on the White House’s February decision to suspend the Trump-era policy of forcing illegal aliens to return to their country of origin amid the COVID-19 pandemic, using a provision known as Title 42 to block them from entering. Biden ended the provision and has released unaccompanied children and families into the United States, where they ostensibly await immigration court dates.

“In the other words, at the same time the Administration is urging Americans to get vaccinated, they are resettling thousands of unvaccinated illegal aliens into their cities, towns, and schools–and placing the cost and burden of all healthcare services for these new arrivals in the taxpayer tab,” Miller said in a statement about the lawsuit.

Miller argued that if illegal aliens who are not vaccinated are allowed to enter U.S. communities, it will lower the percentage of “that community’s population that has received a vaccine.” As a result, he said, it will be moved “further away from the herd immunity threshold.”

Recent data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) show that more than 180,000 illegal immigrants were arrested by agents in May. That figure, critics and former officials point out, represents the highest number of encounters in decades.

Starting in January, Biden has issued dozens of immigration-related executive orders, many of which rescinded policies that were set during former President Donald Trump’s time in office, including the construction of the border wall, the “remain in Mexico” policy, and the policy that required immigrants from getting visas unless they proved they could obtain health insurance or pay for health care.

Biden and other White House officials explained that the administration’s executive actions were done to promote a more humanitarian agenda along the border, while claiming that the Trump-era policies were ineffective and divisive. Trump, in a number of statements after leaving office, has categorically denied their assertions.

Miller also argued that the Biden administration’s policy has violated guidelines promulgated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other federal health agencies regarding mask-wearing, social distancing, and more.

“This anarchistic catch-and-release policy plainly and facially violates the administration’s own public health guidelines, regulations, and directives,” he said in a statement. “While Americans are still required to wear masks on planes and the CDC is still trying to shut down many aspects of daily life, the government is actively facilitating the entry of illegal aliens whose journey is defined by the radical absence of health protocols.”

He added that the “mass release” of untested and unvaccinated illegal immigrants poses a significant health threat for “all Americans” and “is explicitly contrary to the administration’s publicly stated goal of reopening through vaccination.”

Twitter agrees with Texas’s move:

Unfortunately, without President Trump, America is now a country with open borders.

In McAllen, Texas, illegal immigrants are released in America with a “Notice to Appear” in 3 years to a court case. 

As long as you pay the cartel in Mexico, you can walk under the bridge, get into America, and released into McAllen, Texas.

Biden doesn’t want you to see this:

The lawsuit states that the Biden admin is violating the Immigration and Nationality Act when they release border crossers into the US without first examining for signs of Covid.

Breitbart has more on the Biden admin’s violations, and the number of vaccinated illegals released (ZERO!):

According to the lawsuit, the Biden administration is violating the Immigration and Nationality Act when they release border crossers into the U.S. interior without first determining if they are infected with the coronavirus.

The lawsuit states:

DHS policies and statistics prove that DHS does not meaningfully enforce the plain requirements of the INA to detain any such aliens for a “sufficient time to enable the immigration officers and medical officers to subject such aliens to observation and an examination sufficient to determine whether or not” they could be carrying a communicable disease of public health significance, including COVID-19.

For instance, CBP does not detain aliens for medical observation or examination. CBP’s medical policy “applies to the provision of enhanced medical support for individuals in CBP custody along the [Southwest Border (SWB)].”

Data from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the lawsuit alleges, proves the Biden administration “is not detaining the overwhelming majority of members of family units whom [Customs and Border Protection] encounters at the border and is releasing the few it does process in Family Residential Centers in a matter of days.”

The lawsuit continues:

Indeed, ICE’s data shows that in Fiscal Year 2021, to date, it has only processed a total of 5,031 aliens into Family Residential Centers. These data show that as of June 2021, ICE was only detaining 1,371 aliens in family units in Family Residential Centers, with an Average Daily Population of 1,205. The Average Length of Stay was 7.5 days in March, 8.8 days in April, 5.4 days in May, and 5.6 days in June. [Emphasis added]

Comparing ICE’s reported total of 5,031 aliens being processed into a Family Residential Center so far in Fiscal Year 2021 … with the 115,765 total aliens CBP processed under Title 8 (as opposed to immediate expulsion under Title 42) … proves that ICE is also not detaining the overwhelming majority of members of family units in accordance with the plain language of [the Immigration and Nationality Act].

The Defendants’ failure to use Title 42 with respect to UAC and family units, coupled with their failure to follow the INA’s requirements regarding the detention of aliens who could have communicable diseases of public health significance, results in the release of aliens into Texas—threatening the health and safety of all Texans.

Texas is also being represented by America First Legal Foundation (AFL), specifically former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker as the AFL attorney representing the Lone Star State.

Dale Wilcox, executive director of the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) which is also serving as outside counsel for Texas in the case, said the Biden administration has created an “engineered border crisis” due to the reinstatement of its Catch and Release program.

“[The Biden administration] can hardly claim now that causing an influx of infected aliens into Texas and elsewhere in the nation is not a problem,” Wilcox said. “In fact, the situation caused by the administration’s engineered border surge is what is dire, for this and many other reasons.”

This week, former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan said that nearly all border crossers arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border — many of whom are subsequently released into the U.S. interior — have not been vaccinated for the coronavirus.

“Few to none of the nearly 1 million illegal aliens apprehended have been vaccinated, and there is little effective health infrastructure along the route to help prevent spread of the virus,” Morgan said.

From filing lawsuits to finishing the wall, God Bless Texas for stepping up to the plate to secure our border!


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