Ryan E.
September 10, 2023

Federal Appeals Court Allows Texas Floating Border To Stay...For Now

On Friday, America's 5th Circuit Court of Appeals placed a hold on a federal judge's order from earlier in the week.

Perhaps you have heard about what order they were fighting over:

Texas Governor Greg Abbott's floating border barrier that he placed across the Rio Grande.

It's no secret that Joe Biden and his administration are trying to flood this country with as many immigrants as possible, legal or otherwise.

According to the White House, it doesn't matter how these immigrants get here; just get them here as soon as possible and get them voting as soon as possible - no identification required, because that would be RACIST.

Bonus points are given if these new liberal voters can settle in previous red states like Texas and Arizona and work on turning them blue.

Obviously, conservatives are not major fans of just leaving our southern border wide open. Some of them hate it so much that they even took action to try to prevent illegal immigrants from streaming into this country.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott was one of them.

His administration constructed a floating barrier across the Rio Grande to discourage illegal immigrants from entering America by swimming across it.

In July, Texas began installing the 1,000-yard barrier. Literally that same month, the Biden administration filed a lawsuit against Greg Abbott, arguing that Greg and his team hadn't obtained permission to place the buoys.

U.S. District Judge David Ezra ordered the barriers to be removed as a result.

Now, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has stepped in, and it has a message for Biden and Judge Ezra:

Not so fast.

The floating border is now going to stay in place until this case has time to work its way through America's ENTIRE legal system. Liberals have been trying their shortcuts for a while now. This time, they're going to have to respect the process.

And the truth.

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