Texas Judge Rules In Favor Of Biden

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(PatriotNewsDaily.com) – On Friday, U.S. District Judge Drew B. Tipton ruled that the Biden administration program had allowed over 30,000 would-be asylum-seekers from Nicaragua, Venezuela, Haiti, and Cuba to enter the United States through the airport each month. This decision is going against the plans of the Republicans in Texas to have the program blocked. 

The lawsuit had pointed out that the federal administration had limited parole powers under immigration law, and that in this case migrants who would not normally qualify for entry visas would be allowed to enter the country. 

Tipton noted in his decision that the 20 states, including Texas, had not been able to show how the program was financially harmful to them, and that, therefore, they did not have the necessary standing to bring forward these claims. He added that when it comes to the Department of Homeland Security, the program could be viewed as a big success. 

The states had claimed in the lawsuit that the new visa program created by the DHS did not have the required support from Congress or any legislation backing it. They further added that the program had been put forward under a “false pretense” that it was blocking illegal aliens from illegally entering the country from between ports of entry. 

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in a statement had argued that all U.S. states had been crushed by illegal immigration. He further argued that in Texas the program had destroyed the state because immigrants who were approved through this program qualified to receive state services and public education.

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