Texas Scores Big Victory Over Biden As Supreme Court Greenlights Border Law Enforcement

(Republican Senate News) – The people of the great state of Texas will now be allowed to do what God already gave them the right to do from the very beginning: defend their border from the constant inflow of thousands of illegal aliens. The Supreme Court lifted a temporary freeze it had placed on Senate Bill 4 and shot down a request made by the Biden administration to block the legislation’s enforcement.

According to The Western Journal, the bill, which was signed into law back in December by GOP Gov. Greg Abbott, allows Texas to grant state law enforcement officials the authority to arrest illegal aliens who have entered the United States.

You know what amazes me? President Joe Biden has done nothing since becoming president to stop this horrific crisis at the border. Yet, when states are being overrun by illegals, that’s when the administration gets all huffy and puffy, flexing their federal authority. Doesn’t that seem weird? Almost like they want this mess to continue indefinitely. What would they have to gain from such a strategy?

A lot.

It will increase the population and create more seats in Congress they can then use to flip states blue. Of course, there’s the puffing up of Democratic Party voter rolls too, helping them win elections and stay in power.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton took to social media platform X, sharing the good news.

“HUGE WIN: Texas has defeated the Biden Administration’s and ACLU’s emergency motions at the Supreme Court,” Paxton remarked. “Our immigration law, SB 4, is now in effect. As always, it’s my honor to defend Texas and its sovereignty, and to lead us to victory in court.”

“Legal arguments over the bill’s ultimate fate will continue in lower courts. In the meantime, however, Texas authorities will enforce SB 4. A majority opinion did not accompany the Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling, but the three liberal justices nonetheless managed to produce two combined written dissents,” The Western Journal reported.

Justice Ketanji Brown-Jackson declared in one opinion that SB4 would ultimately lead to “chaos.”

“Today, the Court invites further chaos and crisis in immigration enforcement,” the dissenting opinion kicked off.

“I would not allow Texas Senate Bill 4 to go into effect,” Justice Elena Kagan also stated. She then went on to insist that “the subject of immigration generally, and the entry and removal of noncitizens particularly, are matters long thought the special province of the Federal Government.”

This might have been how the subject was “long thought,” but, as The Western Journal points out, it’s not a defensible position under a fair reading of the Constitution, especially the original intent of the Founders who wrote this document.

Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution provides Congress with the power to “establish a uniform Rule of Naturalization.”

“And Article IV, Section 4 requires the federal government to ‘guarantee’ republican forms of government in the states and “protect each of them against Invasion.’ The Constitution says nothing else on the subject of immigration — and the federal government derives its power from no other source. Where the Constitution remains silent, therefore, all powers remain reserved by the states and the people,” the report continued.

The Founding Fathers of our country wanted there to be a process of legal immigration, that much is made clear by our third commander-in-chief, President Thomas Jefferson. During his first annual message in 1801, he asked, “Shall oppressed humanity find no asylum on this globe?”

“I see as you do, and with the deepest affliction, the rapid strides with which the federal branch of our government is advancing towards the usurpation of all the rights reserved to the states,” Jefferson said in a letter addressed to one correspondent in 1825, “and the consolidation in itself of all powers foreign and domestic; and that too by constructions which, if legitimate, leave no limits to their power.”

Those of us who love the Constitution and the principles our nation was founded upon are all in favor of legal immigration.

“However, the Constitution requires the federal government to protect states from invasion. And people who enter the U.S. in violation of the law qualify as literal invaders,” the WJ points out. “The Constitution further authorizes Congress to make rules regarding citizenship. Aside from these specific grants of power, the federal government has no immigration-related authority.”

When the federal government fails its duty to prevent invasion and otherwise protect the United States, we as citizens have the natural right, delivered by the hand of God, to defend ourselves. And that’s all Texas is attempting to do.

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  1. “You know what amazes me? President Joe Biden has done nothing since becoming president to stop this horrific crisis at the border.” This is a bald faced lie and you know it. At Biden’s urging, the Senate negotiated a sweeping border bill giving the GOP nearly everything they want. But Orange Jesus called Speaker Johnson and said, “Kill it. I want the campaign issue.” And now Johnson won’t even bring it to a vote on the floor because he knows it would pass. But you already knew all that, didn’t you?

    • Not true Kate the bill the Senate put up had some border security in it but also did nothing to stop the flow of illegal immigration.

      Some who read the bill believe it would just help process the illegals who entered illegally into the country faster.

      The Bill also was tied into more funding directed for the Ukraine and Israel which should not be part of our border security.

      Biden and the Dems now feeling the heat in an election year try to address the border with a band aid approach instead of reinstating Trumps past measures that discouraged people from making the trip to our border by having them remain in Mexico until their case is heard instead releasing them into the country like this administration is doing.


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