Joe Biden put the rule of law under assault.
But checks and balances still work in America.
And the Supreme Court slapped down Joe Biden with a humiliating defeat.
As part of Joe Biden’s open borders agenda Biden vowed to end Title 42.
During the COVID pandemic Donald Trump instituted Title 42 to quickly remove illegal aliens back to their home countries due to the coronavirus outbreak.
But at the same time the Biden administration continues to extend the COVID-19 public health emergency Biden claimed it was time to end Title 42 because there was no longer a pandemic.
Illegal aliens are massing by the thousands at the border waiting for the administration to officially revoke Title 42.
The Border Patrol estimates as many as 14,000 illegal aliens per day — which equates to over 400,000 per month — will attempt to invade the United States of America following the repeal of Title 42.
Republican states sued to keep Title 42 in place.
Washington, D.C. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan issued an order vacating Title 42.
The Republican states appealed and the Supreme Court vacated Judge Sullivan’s order and kept Title 42 in place until the justices could hear oral arguments in the case in February.
This means the court won’t decide Title 42’s fate until June.
But this case took an interesting turn in that the Supreme Court is only hearing arguments over the matter of if the Republican states had standing to bring their lawsuit.
In the order vacating the stay on ending Title 42 the justices made a point to note that the lower courts have not heard arguments on the merits of if Biden can end Title 42.
“The Court’s review on certiorari is limited to the question of intervention. While the underlying merits of the District Court’s summary judgment order are pertinent to that analysis, the Court does not grant review of those merits, which have not yet been addressed by the Court of Appeals,” the majority opinion read.
One of the strange aspects of the 5-4 decision was the fact that Neil Gorsuch sided with the liberals in arguing to keep the stay in place.
Gorsuch took issue with the fact that Title 42 was a pandemic-era policy and that the public health emergency long since ended.
In his two-page dissent Gorsuch argued that the Court was not “policy makers of last resort” and that it was up to Congress to solve the border crisis.
“And courts should not be in the business of perpetuating administrative edits designed for one emergency only because elected officials have failed to address a different emergency,” Gorsuch wrote. “We are a court of law, not policymakers of last resort.”
Regardless, Title 42 will likely remain in place for the next six months.
And that will provide one check on Joe Biden’s open borders agenda.
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