JUST IN: Chief Justice John Roberts Temporarily Blocks Biden’s Attempt to End Trump-era Border Policy
At the request of Republican officials in 19 states, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts temporarily blocked Biden’s regime attempt to end Trump-era border policy, Title 42, according to Reuters.
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BREAKING: Chief Justice John Roberts puts a temporary hold on the district judge’s order to end Trump-era policy Title 42. pic.twitter.com/yfhDIZEpCA
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On Monday, 19 conservative states asked SCOTUS to intervene in Biden’s decision to end Title 42, which is one of the last defense measures to prevent illegal immigrants from crossing our border.
The states are Arizona, Louisiana, Missouri, Alabama, Alaska, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
“If the Supreme Court declines to act, the states said in their filing, it would “inflict massive irreparable harms on the states” and “unprecedented calamity at the southern border,” USA Today reported.
BREAKING: 19 Republican States File Emergency Request with the Supreme Court to Uphold Trump-era Title 42 Policy
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