The Supreme Court just set up this huge showdown between Trump and Joe Biden
Donald Trump and his supporters waited for this moment.
It finally arrived.
And the Supreme Court just set up this huge showdown between Trump and Joe Biden.
After months of legal wrangling, the Supreme Court agreed to fast track the case of Biden, President of the U.S., et. al v. Texas.
This case will finally settle the matter of whether or not Joe Biden can fully open the border by undoing Donald Trump’s successful Remain in Mexico policy.
“The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted. The case will be set for argument in the second week of the April 2022 argument session. Petitioners’ brief on the merits is to be filed on or before Monday, March 14, 2022. Respondents’ brief on the merits is to be filed on or before Thursday, April 7, 2 2022. The reply brief is to be filed with the Clerk and served upon opposing counsel on or before 2 p.m., Wednesday, April 20, 2022,” the Supreme Court wrote.
Donald Trump instituted the policy of forcing asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims played out to end the disastrous policy of catch and release.
Previously, illegal aliens gamed the system by showing up at the border, claiming asylum, and watching as the government turned them loose into the United States until the court adjudicated their claim of asylum.
Under Donald Trump, the rate of asylum claim rejections rose to 71 percent.
That fell to 63 percent as part of Joe Biden’s plan to open up the border.
The month of January also saw the Border Patrol intercept more than 153,000 illegal aliens attempting to invade the United States.
That is nearly double the total from January 2021, which was President Trump’s final month in office.
January 2021 was also the last month the United States of America enforced the integrity of its southern border.
The number of illegal border crossings increased by design.
Multiple lower courts blocked Joe Biden’s plan to eradicate the Remain in Mexico protocol.
District court judges ordered Biden to implement the policy.
The Biden administration barely obeyed this order and continually tried to find ways to not enforce Trump’s Remain in Mexico protocol.
Now the Supreme Court will settle the matter one way or the other.