SCOTUS Inexplicably Re-Opens Texas Border Fence to Flood of Illegal Immigrants With 2-Paragrah Decision

Craig Bannister | January 23, 2024
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Without explanation, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday to allow the Biden Administration to cut the razor-wire fence Texas had installed to slow the tide of illegal aliens flooding into the country.

With the help of Trump Appointee Justice Amy Comey Barrett and Bush-appointed Chief Justice John Roberts, the ideologically-driven leftist justices achieved a 5-4 victory, granting Biden’s emergency appeal to vacate a lower-court decision allowing Texas to prevent Biden-directed border agents from cutting the concertina wire fence the state had installed.

“Most of the razor wire is deployed in the Shelby Park area of Eagle Pass. It is owned by the city but was recently seized by the State of Texas,” Fox News explains, noting that Texas is engaged in an ongoing battle to protect the state and nation from Pres. Biden’s open-borders policies that have encouraged and allowed historic illegal immigration:

“In court papers, the Biden administration argued that the wire impedes Border Patrol agents from reaching migrants as they cross the river and that, in any case, federal immigration laws trumps Texas' own efforts to stem the flow of migrants into the country.”

Not a single Supreme Court justice provided the reasoning behind his or her vote.

The entirety of Supreme Court order consists of the following two paragraphs:

“The application to vacate injunction presented to Justice Alito and by him referred to the Court is granted. The December 19, 2023 order of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, case No. 23-50869, is vacated.

“Justice Thomas, Justice Alito, Justice Gorsuch, and Justice Kavanaugh would deny the application to vacate injunction.”

While bound to follow the orders of the Biden Administration, U.S. border agents are staunchly against the Biden Administration’s efforts to re-open the fence, according to National Border Patrol Council Pres. Brandon Judd. The Council is official union of U.S. Border Patrol agents.