Supreme Court Rules Against Border Security
The Supreme Court allowed the federal government to stop Texas’s attempts to secure part of the United States-Mexico border on Monday.
This ruling will worsen America’s border crisis.
Details: In response to America’s stunning influx of illegal migrants, Texas Governor Greg Abbott ordered hundreds of Texas National Guard members to guard the state’s border with Mexico. In recent weeks, Abbott expanded their mandate, authorizing them to set up razor wire around the perimeter of Shelby Park in Eagle Pass.
The Supreme Court’s 5-4 vote—in which Republican appointees John Roberts and Amy Coney Barrett sided with the left—ruled these measures unlawful.
Big picture: Federal authorities’ failure to secure the border has been exposed as deliberate lawlessness. Texas was taking extreme measures to check the flow of migrants. The Supreme Court finding Texas’s measures unlawful while permitting the continued lack of law enforcement by federal officials seems to show terrible myopia by the court. Meanwhile the crisis of illegal immigration continues.
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