SCOTUS allows Texas law to arrest and deport illegal aliens to go into effect | Eastern North Carolina Now

Texas scored a huge win over the Biden regime when the US Supreme Court ruled on a 6 to 3 vote that SB4, the new Texas illegal immigration law can go into effect and be enforced while it is being challenged in lower courts.  SB4 establishes a state criminal law under which illegal aliens entering Texas can be arrested by state law enforcement officers and provides that state court judges can order them to be deported back to Mexico.

Texas had been successful in lower courts which had ruled that the law could go into effect while the challenge from the Biden regime proceeds, and now the US Supreme Court has affirmed that.  When courts think a challenge to a law has merit they will usually enjoin that law from going into effect until the underlying case in heard, but the fact that they have not done that here is an indication that judges at multiple levels appear to feel that the Biden challenge has little merit.  The Biden challenge will be heard at a later time, probably months from now.

In the last few days, a Columbian drug lord who is wanted for mulitple murders and is on Interpol's Ten Most Wanted List was captured in Texas after being let into the US by Biden's open borders policies.  He had been tracked to Texas by Columbian law enforcement based on selfies he had posted on social media while travelling through Mexico on his way to the US.

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