Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Title 42 to End in 5 Weeks as Experts Warn Striking Down Policy Will Lead to 18K Migrants Crossing Daily; Biden’s Deputies Will Not Appeal Judge’s Decision to Open the Border

Title 42 to end in 5 weeks as experts warn striking down policy will lead to 18K migrants crossing daily:
A federal judge agreed “WITH GREAT RELUCTANCE” Wednesday to give the Biden administration an extra five weeks to wrap up the Trump-era Title 42 policy, as law enforcement officials and immigration experts warned that lifting the order could cause up to 18,000 migrants to flood across the US-Mexico border each day.
After Senior US District Judge Emmet Sullivan voided the policy on Tuesday, calling it “arbitrary and capricious” and a violation of federal regulatory law, the Justice Department sought a stay until Dec. 21 to give the administration time to wind the policy down.
“This transition period is critical to ensuring that [the Department of Homeland Security] can continue to carry out its mission to secure the Nation’s borders and to conduct its border operations in an orderly fashion,” government attorneys wrote.
Sullivan, an appointee of former President Bill Clinton, granted the administration’s request Wednesday to allow DHS to marshal resources and work with local and state governments and nonprofit organizations during the transition. --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden’s Deputies Will Not Appeal Judge’s Decision to Open the Border:
President Joe Biden’s deputies will not appeal a judge’s decision to remove the Title 42 anti-disease barrier that is the only effective legal curb against a huge wave of economic migrants.
Instead, Biden’s pro-migration border deputies are asking for a five-week delay in lifting the Title 42 barrier so they can prepare to release the additional migrants who will compete for jobs and homes against Americans, according to a Wednesday evening statement from the Department of Homeland Security:
In response to the court’s [Title 42] order, the Department of Justice is filing an unopposed stay motion [asking for a delay]. The delay in implementation of the court’s order will allow the government to prepare for an orderly transition to new policies at the border.

During the period of this freeze, we will prepare for an orderly transition to new policies at the border.
However, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) will likely ask the U.S. Supreme Court to block the Title 42 removal. He is already involved in a pending Supreme Court decision about the legality of Biden’s catch and release policies at the border. --->READ MORE HERE
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