Problems are already unfolding for Democrat Joe Biden who has treated to reverse the law and order that President Donald J. Trump set in to motion by strengthening a Wall on the Southern border and building up the Federal law enforcement of the border.
And already the Governor and the Attorney General of Texas have said they are ready with lawsuits to sue Biden when he moves in to hurt the state with his far-left and radical policies.
Ken Paxton, the Republican Attorney General posted on Twitter the following statement:
My statement on Inauguration Day ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/Hb893NG91x
— Texas Attorney General (@TXAG) January 20, 2021
According to the Epoch Times:
“The Biden administration has signaled a left-leaning agenda on energy, taxes, immigration, health care, and other priorities. Biden has vowed to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord and take far-reaching steps on climate change, including seeking to cut greenhouse gas emissions by half by 2030 and effectively ending them by around 2050, sparking existential fears from the fossil fuel industry, a key economic pillar in Texas.
Biden has also proposed sweeping immigration reform that would create a pathway to citizenship for more than 11 million illegal immigrants and plans to roll back Trump’s corporate tax cuts and raise income tax.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who—while serving as the state’s attorney general—famously proclaimed, “I go into the office, I sue the federal government, and I go home,” said on Jan. 16 that the Biden White House can expect a spate of legal challenges from the Lone Star State.
“Texas will take action whenever the federal government encroaches on states’ rights or interferes with constitutional rights, or private property rights or the right to earn a living.”
Paxton posted one week ago that he had not dropped the Voter Integrity issues from the 2020 Presidential election:
“As your Attorney General, I will always prosecute anyone who tried to defraud the system. In Texas under my watch, this will NOT be tolerated. #ElectionIntegrity“
— Attorney General Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) January 13, 2021
Governor Abbot wrote, “A new crop of Texas-led lawsuits awaits Joe Biden’s White House. Texas will take action whenever the federal government encroaches on state’s rights or interferes with constitutionally rights, or private property rights or the right to earn a living.”
Abbot already has some differences with Biden over issues surrounding the Southern Border of the United States between Mexico and Texas:
Biden transition official tells migrant caravans: 'Now is not the time' to come to US.
Immigration should only be allowed if it follows US law.
Texas will enhance our border security efforts.
We must protect Texas jobs for Texas families. https://t.co/a0jBhkJyIM
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) January 17, 2021
Fo News reported on a large caravan of foreigners who were moving to force themselves into American, feeling that Democrat Joe Biden was going to help them:
“A migrant caravan moving from Honduras toward the U.S. border called on the incoming Biden administration to honor their “commitments” to the migrants moving north, citing the incoming administration’s vow to ease Trump’s restrictions on asylum.
But on Sunday, an unnamed Biden transition official said that migrants hoping to claim asylum in the U.S. during the first few weeks of the new administration “need to understand they’re not going to be able to come into the United States immediately,” NBC News reports.
More than 1,000 Honduran migrants moved into Guatemala on Friday without registering as part of a larger caravan that left a Honduran city earlier in the day.
The Associated Press reported that they are hoping for a warmer reception when they reach the U.S. border, and a statement issued by migrant rights group Pueblo Sin Fronteras, on behalf of the caravan, said it expects the Biden administration to take action.
The Biden transition official, however, warned migrants against coming to the U.S. during the early days of the new administration, telling NBC that while “there’s help on the way,” now “is not the time to make the journey.”
“The situation at the border isn’t going to be transformed overnight,” the official told the outlet.
“We have to provide a message that health and hope is on the way, but coming right now does not make sense for their own safety…while we put into place processes that they may be able to access in the future,” the official said.”
So it appears as if Texas is going to have their hands full with Joe Biden from day one.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776