Joe Biden recently issued a new immigration order.
The new order will allow an additional 30,000 migrants from select countries to be paroled in the United States every month.
So, on top of everything else, Biden just added another 360,000 to the tally.
Now the question is if the order is constitutionally legal or not.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton does not believe it is.
Being the attorney general in the state most impacted by Biden's border laws, Paxton has been at the forefront of this fight.
Paxton stated, "We have checks and balances. Each branch has its own power. The states have their own power. It's his own law, his own rules. And he doesn't run it through Congress."
Biden had never been the border, recently explaining, "Republicans haven't been serious about this at all. I wanted to make sure that I knew what the outcome, or at least the near outcome was on Title 42 before I went down. We don't have that yet so I had to operate. I don't like Title 42, but it's the law now. I have to operate within it."
That is not the reason and everyone knows it. Biden did not want to come because he did not want the cameras to see what is happening.
That was proven by the sanitization of El Paso before Biden arrived. Last week, the streets were covered with homeless migrants, but they were all gathered up and sent to detention centers before Joe showed up to make it look nice and pretty for TV.
Biden's new rule allows 30,000 migrants from Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Venezuela to be paroled as long as they go about applying for asylum legally. Biden claims those entering illegally will be immediately deported, but that is also more than likely a lie.
Paxton already had one case working its way through the courts, and I would suspect he will be challenging this order as well.
Source: Fox News