Joe Biden has suffered many defeats since taking office, but none of them are as bitter as the one he got slapped with on Friday when a judge forced him to reinstate a policy of President Trump’s that Sleepy Joe did away with early in his role as a progressive puppet.
Judge Matthew J. Kacsmaryk ordered Biden to “enforce and implement [Migrant Protection Protocols, more commonly known as remain in Mexico.
The judge has ruled that he must keep the program going until such a time as it has been lawfully rescinded in compliance with the [Administrative Procedure Act] and until the United States has room to accept any more.
We will have to see if Biden ignores the judge’s ruling and he continues to destroy the US border while spending billions of dollars on the illegal aliens already admitted into the country by Joe.
The judge has also ruled that Biden cannot merely release tens of thousands of illegal aliens now in detention to make room for more. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt celebrated the victory along with Texas AG Ken Paxton, who filed the lawsuit with Schmitt.
Paxton’s office tweeted:
“We just won our second immigration lawsuit against the Biden Admin! They unlawfully tried to shut down the legal and effective Remain-in-Mexico program, but Texas and Missouri wouldn’t have it. Together we sued, and just handed Biden yet another major loss!”
It’s not all bad for Biden, however. This will be his most successful operation on the border because rather than depending on his own ability, he will be using a method developed by a much more successful president than Biden could ever hope to be.
By the way, has anyone seen Kamala Harris, to who Biden gave the border job?
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The judge’s order comes after Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released new statistics yesterday showing that Biden’s border catastrophe worsened for the sixth consecutive month as U.S. Customs and Border Protection apprehended 212,672 illegal aliens—the worst month ever recorded by DHS, which was created in 2002.
Aimed at reducing a key incentive to illegal immigration – the ability to stay in the United States during immigration proceedings, even without valid claims to asylum – the Migrant Protection Protocols were implemented by President Trump in 2018 and related to migrants who have no legal entitlement to enter the United States but who depart from a third country and transit through Mexico to reach the United States land border.