Biden Administration Being Sued by 21 States Over Title 42 Rollback

Joe Biden is under assault in the courts.

A total of 21 states are now named in the lawsuit to try to fight the rollback of Title 42.

This was a rule put in place by the Trump administration to block asylum seekers during the pandemic.

All Smoke and Mirrors

Biden has been trying to rollback Title 42 for quite some time.

However, even though the rule was meant to curb illegal immigration during the pandemic, this administration is continuing to allow illegal immigrants to remain in the country.

While immigration numbers have soared, we are seeing fewer illegals deported than when Trump was in office.

That is why I maintain this is nothing more than a charade and headline grabber for both sides.

Regardless, there are now 21 states that have joined the lawsuit against the Biden administration.

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody represents one of the newest states to join the suit.

She stated, “The Biden Administration’s border policies are a disaster for our country and the safety of our citizens.”

Moody continued, “I will keep fighting every day to protect Floridians from his catastrophic leadership.”

The latest edition of the complaint, in part, reads, “This suit challenges an imminent, man-made, self-inflicted calamity: the abrupt elimination of the only safety valve preventing this Administration’s disastrous border policies from devolving into unmitigated chaos and catastrophe.”

Keep in mind, while the administration is ending Title 42, it also just extended the mask travel mandate for at least another two weeks.

So, I am going to need someone to explain to me how the “science” plays into these two decisions.

Source: Fox News


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