(HorizonPost.com) – President Joe Biden attempted to place a 100-day moratorium on deportations of illegal aliens from Mexico except under narrowly defined parameters such as terrorists or high-level criminal offenders. However, the state of Texas managed to block that with a restraining order. Now, Arizona and Montana have joined together in a federal lawsuit to make that permanent.
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) March 9, 2021
The complaint, revised on March 9, points to the disastrous effects already seen in their communities over the years that “unauthorized aliens” had caused and their fear that unhindered flow will increase drug trafficking and worsen the COVID-19 pandemic. Their concern about infected migrants is apparently well-founded, as evidenced by events in Brownsville, Texas, when, on March 1, 2021, a woman who illegally entered the country tested positive for the virus — she’s the latest of 108 positive people who’ve entered over 35 days, according to an NBC News report.
The frightening part is that’s only one entry point report. According to NBC, a Brownsville spokesperson said in an email that they are legally prohibited from detaining these people whose intent is to disperse across the country. The lawsuit by these two states seeks to protect American citizens from Liberal policies that could cost them their lives.
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