The Biden administration faced a significant setback in its attempts to manage the ongoing border crisis as a federal judge blocked a crucial rule introduced in May, rendering certain migrants eligible for asylum if they entered the country unlawfully and bypassed the designated legal pathways, according to reports from Fox News.
Judge Jon Tigar of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California took action following a lawsuit brought forward by left-leaning immigration groups, arguing that the rule lacked both substance and proper procedural measures.
In a major setback for the Biden administration’s handling of the border crisis, a critical rule that served as a linchpin of their border strategy has been blocked. This rule was designed to address the border situation, particularly after the expiration of Title 42.
Furthermore, the court’s ruling has exposed the administration’s inability to navigate the legal complexities of their border policies effectively, raising serious concerns about their competence in managing the ongoing border challenges. This latest failure further highlights the administration’s lack of a comprehensive and effective approach to border security, leaving the nation vulnerable to continued illegal crossings and a lack of control at the border.
Despite the administration’s claims of success due to a drop in migrant encounters during June, the judge’s dismissal of such assertions suggests that a return to a previous regulatory framework is necessary, indicating the administration’s failure to provide coherent and long-lasting solutions to the border crisis.
In response to the ruling, left-leaning immigration activist groups, such as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), celebrated the decision, deeming the blocked rule as “cruel and ineffective.”
As Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas prepares to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, the administration’s border control efforts face mounting scrutiny.
The ongoing crisis demands swift and comprehensive action, which the Biden administration has yet to demonstrate. As the situation persists, questions arise about President Biden’s capacity to handle the complexities of the border crisis and fulfill his duties as the nation’s leader.
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Local TX developer accused of selling land to illegal immigrants creating entire town with ‘four cartels operating there’
Roughly 20 miles northeast of Downtown Houston, Texas, is an entire town where cartels are operating from due to a local developer selling land to border crossers without any paperwork. William ‘Trey’ Harris has been accused of “creating a sprawling illegal migrant town” by “allowing buyers to purchase land without the need to prove income or credit” reports The Daily Mail.
As a result of selling the plots at Colony Ridge without any documentation, an estimated 75,000 people, primarily illegal immigrants, have been able to buy homes and create a town which The Daily Mail reports has at least four separate cartels operating from. The settlement area is approximately 60 square miles in size, and has been developed by Harris through his company Terrano Houston, which uses Spanish language marketing.
Senior National Security Fellow Todd Bensman claimed Harris has been selling off plots direct to a borrowers for a few hundred dollars without conducting any background checks.
Part 1. Welcome to the largest illegal immigrant no-go sanctuary city in America. Colony Ridge in Liberty County Texas from an airplane today. Vast expansion clearing underway not pictured, w/ @Michael_Yon pic.twitter.com/Tk1UseHr7e
— Todd Bensman (@BensmanTodd) June 14, 2023
A statement on behalf of the company said: ‘The safety of our communities is our foremost goal, and all of our subdivision plots, roads and other infrastructure are built to code and approved by County engineering teams…Our developments have put the American Dream of home ownership within reach for tens of thousands of middle- and working-class Texas families.”
The statement continues: “In addition to these homes, we are also proud of our efforts to improve local infrastructure and bring businesses to the area, as well as our work with local public and charter schools to improve education for our residents’ children and our work with local law enforcement to enhance public safety.”
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