ALERT: Sup. Ct. Gives Texas Green Light

( – America’s Southern Border will no longer be defenseless, and a patriotic GOP administration will be able to properly counter the illegal immigrant invasion as the US Supreme Court has allowed into effect a Texas law authorizing state law enforcement to arrest suspected border jumpers.

This development follows the Supreme Court’s decision to lift a restriction on the new Texas legislation that enhances the state police’s capabilities to implement immigration controls.

This law, known as Sеnatе Bill 4 (SB 4), is currently undеr lеgal scrutiny by both the Bidеn administration and pro-illеgal immigration groups, such as the Amеrican Civil Libеrtiеs Union (ACLU).

These entities insist that immigration enforcement should exclusively be a federal responsibility, not that of individual states.

On Monday, the US Supreme Court issued a temporary injunction against the law, effectively pausing its implementation.

However, this decision was reversed on Tuesday, allowing the law to be enforced until April 3,

On this date, the law’s future will be reconsidered by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, The New York Post reports.

Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton celebrated this turn of events as a significant victory.

“Texas has defeated the Biden Administration’s and ACLU’s emergency motions at the Supreme Court. 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,” Paxton wrote on X.

Governor Greg Abbott, who ratified the law last December, articulated that this measure was necessitated by the Biden administration’s neglect to enforce federal immigration laws effectively.

“Biden’s deliberate inaction has left Texas to fend for itself,” Abbott told a December 18 press conference.

Abbott has repeatedly argued Biden’s “reckless open border policies” have precipitated a crisis by failing to adequately police the border, thereby allowing millions of foreign migrants to invade the nation.

In December 2023, the Customs and Border Protection agency recorded an unprecedented number of encounters at the border, with over 300,000 individuals attempting to enter the United States—surpassing prior records.

The fiscal year 2023 also set a new record, with nearly two-and-a-half million apprehensions at the Southern Border, marking the third consecutive year of record-breaking encounters.

SB 4 categorizes unauthorized entry into Texas as a state offense, imposing penalties that range from a minimum of 180 days in jail to a maximum of twenty years in prison.

Those apprehended face the choice between incarceration or voluntary departure from the country.

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