Biden ‘Aiding and Abetting Illegal Aliens’

( – Declaring that “President Biden is aiding and abetting illegal aliens” invading the nation, House Republicans have seen themselves forced to act to counter the invasion, as they have now proposed a law called the RAZOR Act to defend GOP-led Texas’ border barriers from the feds.

On Thursday, US Rep. Mike Collins (R-GA) introduced a bill to prevent the Biden administration from dismantling some security measures, including razor wire, that the Texas authorities have implemented along the Southern Border.

The proposed legislation, named the Restricting Administration Zealots from Obliging Raiders (RAZOR) Act, explicitly prohibits the removal or modification of any state-built barriers that are intended to curb illegal immigration, The New York Post reports.

“President Biden is aiding and abetting illegal aliens who are swarming our border and raiding our country’s resources. Why else would he try to stop the state of Texas from turning them back to Mexico?” Collins declared in a statement:

“With the Supreme Court siding with the America Last policies of the Biden administration, Congress must stand with Governor Greg Abbott as he fights for the sovereignty of his state and our nation,” he added.

His draft law comes after, on Monday, the US Supreme Court killed a lower court’s injunction that had prevented the Biden administration from removing razor wire, also known as barbed wire, placed by Texas law enforcement.

This decision came amidst an ongoing legal dispute. Texas had been trying to legally obstruct the administration’s efforts to remove the wire for several months.

In court, officials from the Biden administration argued that the US Border Patrol needed the ability to remove the razor wire to address emergency medical situations.

Following the court’s decision, Texas Governor Abbott pledged to keep using the wire, stating that Texas would not hinder federal access to specific sections of the US-Mexico border.

“If the Supreme Court won’t allow states to defend their sovereignty and our nation, Congress has a moral imperative to act,” Collins emphasized in his statement.

In a related matter, the US Justice Department is suing Texas to dismantle a floating barrier in the Rio Grande.

Recently, a federal appeals court overturned a previous ruling, permitting the barrier to stay in place for the time being.

On Wednesday, Abbott asserted Texas’ right to self-defense, claiming it overrides any conflicting federal laws.

Several Republican leaders, including Governors Brian Kemp of Georgia and Ron DeSantis of Florida, have supported Abbott’s stance.