In a recent 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court sided with the Biden Administration, allowing federal agents to remove the razor wire that was placed along the U.S.-Mexico border at Eagle Pass by the State of Texas. This decision has significant implications for border security and the ongoing immigration crisis in our country.
The majority decision, led by Chief Justice John Roberts and joined by Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, Amy Coney Barrett, and Ketanji Brown Jackson, raises questions about the commitment of our government to protect our national security. It seems that the Biden Administration’s lax rules regarding illegal immigration have influenced this ruling, putting the interests of illegal immigrants ahead of the safety and well-being of American citizens.
Eagle Pass, one of the hotspots for illegal immigration, has seen a surge in illegal crossings, prompting Governor Greg Abbott to take control of the border. It is clear that the federal government’s negligence in securing the border has forced states to step in and take action to protect their communities.
The removal of the razor wire, which was part of Governor Abbott’s Operation Lone Star, undermines the efforts of Texas to secure its border. This ruling not only weakens the state’s ability to defend itself, but it also sends a message that the federal government is unwilling to support states in their efforts to combat illegal immigration.
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According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, there were approximately 2.5 million encounters with illegal immigrants at the southern border in 2023. These numbers do not account for individuals who successfully evade capture, known as “got-aways.” It is clear that our border is being overwhelmed, and the Biden Administration’s lenient policies are exacerbating the situation.
The House Judiciary Committee Republicans have reported alarming statistics regarding illegal alien encounters. Between January 20, 2021, and March 31, 2023, there were over 5 million encounters, with over 2.4 million individuals having no confirmed departure from the United States. Additionally, the Department of Homeland Security released over 2.1 million illegal aliens into our country during the same period.
It is evident that the Biden Administration’s approach to immigration is flawed and is endangering the security of our nation. The lack of enforcement and the policy of releasing illegal immigrants into our communities is not only a disservice to American citizens but also undermines the rule of law.
In light of this Supreme Court decision, it is crucial for concerned citizens to voice their opinions and push for stronger border security measures. Contact your elected officials, express your concerns, and demand that they prioritize the safety and security of our country.
Q: What does this Supreme Court decision mean for border security?
A: This decision undermines the efforts of states like Texas to secure their borders and raises concerns about the federal government’s commitment to protecting our national security.
Q: How many illegal immigrants are crossing the southern border?
A: According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, there were approximately 2.5 million encounters with illegal immigrants at the southern border in 2023. These numbers do not include individuals who successfully evade capture.
Q: What is the House Judiciary Committee’s report on illegal alien encounters?
A: The House Judiciary Committee Republicans reported that between January 20, 2021, and March 31, 2023, there were over 5 million encounters with illegal aliens. Of these encounters, over 2.4 million individuals had no confirmed departure from the United States, and over 2.1 million illegal aliens were released into our country.
Contact your elected officials, express your concerns about the border crisis, and demand stronger border security measures.
The Supreme Court’s decision to allow the removal of the razor wire along the Texas border raises concerns about the Biden Administration’s commitment to our national security. It is essential for Americans to stay informed, engaged, and vocal about this issue. The safety and well-being of our nation depend on it.
Stay tuned for updates on this ongoing border crisis, and remember, it’s time to put America first and secure our borders.