G. McConway
May 13, 2023

Judge Blocks Biden Plan to Release Migrants Without Court Date

The White House keeps sending out the message that the border is not open, but the plans of this administration tell a completely different story.

For instance, during a committee hearing, it was revealed that a plan was being considered to release migrants without a court date.

This was going to be done to alleviate a backlog in processing. Thankfully, a judge blocked the rule, reports the New York Post, which is throwing a huge wrench into Biden's plan to flood this country with illegal immigrants.

Let Them Go

We can thank Governor DeSantis and Florida Attorney General Moody for this one.

After the on-site border hearing, Attorney General Moody filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration to block the order.

The case was heard just in time to prevent the end of Title 42 from allowing a mass release of migrants into this country.

Biden tried to justify the release for "urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit." Basically, the migrants were going to be released, leaving it up to them to set up their court date. This is part of Biden's "parole" program.

The program was to kick in when border agents see more than 7,000 crossings per day for a period of 72 hours or more. It would also kick in if holding facilities were at 125 percent of capacity or more.

The memo initiating the activation of the parole rule stated, "For the past 7 days, USBP has averaged over 8,750 encounters per day. This is over double the average daily encounters of 4,284 in May of 2019, the highest month of the 2019 surge. Even with significant personnel along the SWB, a significant detention capacity, and interagency resources supporting the effort, this situation requires urgent action," reports Fox News.

Judge Wetherell sided with AG Moody, writing, "…The Court has no trouble concluding that Florida has a substantial likelihood of success on the merits because the challenged policy appears to be materially indistinguishable from the Parole+ATD policy vacated in Florida—both in its purpose (reducing overcrowding at border patrol facilities) and manner of operation (releasing aliens into the country without first issuing a charging document placing them in immigration proceedings and simply directing the aliens to report to ICE within a specified period for further processing)."

After the decision was handed down, Moody took a victory lap, stating, "The Biden administration did absolutely nothing to prepare for that crisis. Then, just yesterday, it issued the Parole with Conditions mass release policy, which is virtually identical to the policy a federal judge already invalidated. These actions demonstrate a striking combination of incompetence and bad faith. I am pleased that a federal court understood the situation and acted appropriately."

The next hearing on this is scheduled for May 19, so the order will be in effect until at least that date.

Biden had two years to get ready for this, and the only plan they came up with was to release people without court dates. This is a complete and utter disaster.

In the meantime, Moody is making a case to be DeSantis' Attorney General if he wins the nomination and general election. She has been stellar during DeSantis' time in office and I believe she would be phenomenal on a national level.

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