Texas delivers Biden a devastating loss

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Texas has been dealing with the brunt of Joe Biden’s illegal immigration crisis for years. So the Governor finally took things into his own hands.

And Texas delivered Biden a devastating loss.

In a bold move aimed at securing its borders and upholding the rule of law Texas has fought back against El Paso County, challenging its recent collaboration with “immigration rights” groups to undermine border security measures.

This comes after El Paso joined forces with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and two advocacy groups to sue the state over its recently enacted Senate Bill 4, designed to tackle the escalating illegal immigration crisis.

At the heart of the Texas lawsuit lies the fundamental principle of federal supremacy.

Senate Bill 4 empowers state and local law enforcement to arrest and detain suspected illegal immigrants, a power traditionally reserved for the federal government.

Texas argues that El Paso’s lawsuit, backed by the ACLU and immigration advocacy groups, constitutes an egregious disregard for this constitutional cornerstone.

The urgency of this legal battle cannot be overstated.

Since President Biden took office, over 7 million people have crossed the US-Mexico border illegally, overwhelming border patrol agents and straining resources in border communities.

Texas, bearing the brunt of this crisis, has taken decisive action to protect its citizens and enforce federal immigration laws.

El Paso’s lawsuit paints a distorted picture, portraying Senate Bill 4 as a draconian measure targeting innocent individuals.

However, the reality is far more nuanced.

The new legislation focuses on deterring repeat offenders and those posing a potential threat to public safety, with severe penalties for illegal reentry.

Furthermore, it provides legal protections for officers enforcing the law, preventing frivolous lawsuits from hindering their vital duty.

The Texas lawsuit shines a light on the ideological battleground that has become the US-Mexico border.

While El Paso’s alliance with the ACLU and “immigration rights” groups prioritizes a permissive approach that incentivizes illegal immigration, Texas prioritizes security and the rule of law.

This lawsuit compels us to ask a critical question: whose interests are truly served by an open border system – the well-being of American citizens or the agendas of special interest groups?

The outcome of this legal battle will have far-reaching consequences for border communities and the nation as a whole.

If Texas prevails, it will set a precedent for other states grappling with the illegal immigration crisis, empowering them to take a more proactive role in safeguarding their borders.

Conversely, a victory for El Paso and its allies could further erode border security and embolden those who advocate for unfettered open borders, potentially exacerbating the existing crisis.

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