Biden Administration Crumbles Down – Judge Makes Final Decision

Joe Biden’s plans went down the hill

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The President planned to impose a 100-day ban on deportations of illegal immigrants, but a district judge had different plans. US District Judge Drew Tipton extended an injunction against the ban indefinitely.

The judge blocked enforcement of the  Jan. 20 executive memorandum banning deportations as confirmed by Fox News.

Judge Tipton has already enacted a two-week restraining order against the deportation moratorium after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton tried to stop the ban. Texas argues the Biden’s executive action “violates the U.S. Constitution, federal immigration and administrative law, and a contractual agreement between Texas” and the Department of Homeland Security. On Feb. 9, the judge extended his injunction against the ban for 14 days and extended it again.

The deportation ban was among Biden’s first acts as US President. He promised to reverse Trump’s immigration policies. The President ordered Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to cease deporting illegal aliens for 100 days. The order instructed US agencies within the Department of Homeland Security to do a “review and reset” of Trump’s administration.

Tipton sides with Texas’ argument:

“This preliminary injunction is granted on a nationwide basis and prohibits enforcement and implementation of the [100-day pause] in every place Defendants have jurisdiction to enforce and implement the January 20 Memorandum,” he wrote in a 105-page ruling.

“The core failure of DHS lies not in the brevity of the January 20 Memorandum or the corresponding administrative record, but instead in its omission of a rational explanation grounded in the facts reviewed and the factors considered,” Tipton wrote. “This failure is fatal, as this defect essentially makes DHS’s determination to institute a 100-day pause on deportations an arbitrary and capricious choice.”

ICE has already “announced interim guidelines for immigration enforcement and deportations, shifting prioritization of law enforcement and deportations to threats to national security, border security, and public safety.”

“By focusing our limited resources on cases that present threats to national security, border security, and public safety, our agency will more ably and effectively execute its law enforcement mission,” said ICE Acting Director Tae Johnson. “Like every law enforcement agency at the local, state and federal level, we must prioritize our efforts to achieve the greatest security and safety impact. Further, by implementing a system for obtaining prior approval before pursuing certain cases, and through regular reporting of civil immigration enforcement actions, we will better coordinate our efforts, achieve consistency in our operations, and inform the development of the Secretary’s new enforcement guidelines. We look forward to working closely with the Secretary throughout this process.”

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Source: The Blaze


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