Hundreds if not thousands of children have been captured at the border by violent pedofiles and will never be heard of again yet Kamala doesnt need to visit the border to busy destroying our nation with lockdowns for invisible illnesses and destroying lives across this nation you cANNOT FORCE POISON INTO THE ARMS OF AMERICANS AND GIVE OUR TREASURE TO FOREIGN ILLEGALS THE AFGHANISTAN PEOPLE WHO HELPED US DESERVE AMERICA THEY HAVE STRUGGLED SO HARD TO BRING THEIR ANCIENT CULTURE OUT OF THE STONE AGE TO BE MODERN AND GREAT NOW BIDEN HAS THROWN THEM AND US UNDER A HUGE MOVING TRAIN AND THE EFFECTS ARE HITTING EVERY NATION SUCH AS OUR G8 ALLIES EVEN RUSSIA AND INDIA WE NEED TO GATHER TOGETHER AS A WORLD AND MARCH INTO AFGHANISTAN AND DISARM THE FOOLISH VIOLENT TALIBAN AND FIND A WAY TO TEAM THEM THE WORLD WILL NOT STAND BY WHILE MURDER AND TORTURE ARE DONE IN BROAD DAY LIGHT WHEN WOMEN ARE TOLD THE MEN DONT UNDERSTAND NOT TO HURT WOMEN AND CHILDREN SOUNDS LIKE SO ILLITERATE THEY NEED TO BE SENT TO THE WOOD SHED FOR A BEATING BY NOT AMERICA BUT ALL THE NATIONS OF THE WORLD WHAT THE HELL IS THE UN IF IT ONLY PUTS OUT COMPLAINTS AND PAPER CONFETTI ACTION IS NEEDED ENOUGHT VIOLENCE AND DEATH BOMBS AND BE HEADINGS
On Tuesday night, the Supreme Court issued one of the most radical orders in recent memory—and it did it in three sentences, unsigned. By a 6–3 vote, the conservative justices attacked the president’s authority to conduct foreign policy (a principle it had vehemently preserved throughout the Trump presidency) by compelling the Biden administration to revive Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, which required all asylum-seekers who arrive at the Southern border—including many fleeing violence in Central America—to wait for their U.S. immigration hearings in Mexico. This 2019 policy, the product of extensive negotiations between the Trump administration and the Mexican government, has been suspended for about 17 months. On Aug. 13, however, a single federal judge issued a nationwide injunction ordering the government to reinstate the long-dormant program immediately. Late Tuesday, the Supreme Court blessed this unprecedented hostile takeover of the executive’s immigration policies without bothering to explain how or why.AdMortgage BenefitsNew York Will Pay $271/Month Off Your Mortgage If You Have No Missed Payments And If Yo…
The implications of Tuesday’s decision are profoundly disturbing. The conservative justices spent the bulk of the Trump years insisting that courts must defer to the president’s constitutional authority over foreign affairs. Now they have allowed a lone Trump-appointed judge, Matthew J. Kacsmaryk, to force the government into sensitive diplomatic negotiations over border policy. Their decision even grants Kacsmaryk sweeping authority to oversee these negotiations so he can ensure that the Biden administration is pushing Mexican officials hard enough to revive Trump’s program, something the administration does not want to do. And they have seemingly abandoned their skepticism toward nationwide injunctions like this one—a position some held when it allowed them to undermine the federal judiciary’s check on Trump. In the process, the six Republican-appointed justices have injected chaos, confusion, and cruelty into the United States’ border policy, thrusting thousands of asylum-seekers into legal limbo.
The Supreme Court gave special immigration policy deference to Donald Trump, turning a deliberate blind eye to racist motives for the Muslim ban, under the theory that the executive branch has unique constitutional authority over immigration policy. But now, this same court, aided by a raft of conservative jurists, will refuse such deference to Biden. For those who continue to insist that the Supreme Court transcends politics, these flip-flops should prove otherwise.
Perhaps the most perverse aspect of the litigation over “Remain in Mexico”—also known as the Migrant Protection Protocols, or MPP—is that the policy itself is illegal. The Immigration and Nationality Act does allow the government to return a narrow class of migrants to “contiguous territory” while they await hearings. But, as a federal appeals court explained in 2020, the law does not allow the government to send the vast majority of asylum-seekers back to Mexico to await hearings. Doing so violates the United States’ treaty obligations as implemented in the INA, which bar the government from sending refugees back to countries where they fear persecution.
Because MPP is illegal, the Biden administration should not have had trouble repealing it. Making matters easier, Trump himself suspended the program in March 2020, replacing it with new COVID-related restrictions. It was only in effect for about 14 months and had already been suspended for 17 months. Biden’s Department of Homeland Security began to repeal the program back in January, and in June, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas issued a seven-page memo explaining why he was officially rescinding the policy.
The attorneys general of Texas and Missouri promptly sued, arguing that the rescission was illegal. They brought their case before Kacsmaryk, who issued an astonishing decision on Aug. 13, claiming that MPP wasn’t just permissible under the INA, but actually required. Why? According to Kacsmaryk, asylum-seekers awaiting a hearing must either be detained or sent back to Mexico; they cannot be released into the U.S. Were that true, it would mean the U.S. government had inadvertently been violating federal law for nearly a quarter-century. But it is objectively false: Another provision of the law expressly permits the government to “parole” migrants into the U.S. at its own discretion. Kacsmaryk ignored this statute, declaring that the Biden administration must either detain every migrant who arrives at the U.S.-Mexican border or send them back to Mexico.
Kacsmaryk went further than simply reinstating the program. He attributed the current “border surge” to Biden’s repeal of MPP—a fundamentally political claim that is not at all supported by the record. He used this claim to give the states of Texas and Missouri standing, finding that they faced the burden of providing health care, education, and even driver’s licenses to asylum-seekers who would otherwise be held in Mexico. Kacsmaryk rejected U.S. officials’ declarations, made under oath, that restoring MPP would require negotiations with the Mexican government, falsely asserting that the U.S. could unilaterally compel Mexico to hold thousands more migrants within its borders. (It cannot.) He gave the government just one week to revive the program.
A panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (which included two Trump nominees) declined to disturb Kacsmaryk’s decision. The Biden administration, faced with the prospect of reinstating an unlawful program that no longer exists and cannot be implemented unilaterally, sought emergency relief at the Supreme Court. That move teed up an easy opportunity for the Supreme Court’s conservatives to demonstrate its lack of politicization: Throughout Trump’s presidency, lone district courts issued nationwide injunctions against his immigration policies, and virtually every time, the Supreme Court lifted these injunctions, often without explanation, letting the policies take effect. In some of these decisions, the conservative justices insisted that courts grant broad deference to the president’s foreign policy decisions, a constitutional principle that reaches back centuries.
This case gave the full court a chance to exhibit consistency between Republican and Democratic presidents. Instead, they tore up the rules they established under Trump and allowed Kacsmaryk to dictate the administration’s foreign affairs. They did not even narrow the scope of his injunction, even though Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch decried these kinds of nationwide injunctions when they were issued against Trump.
If the six justices in the majority truly believed that Mayorkas’ memo rescinding the program was “arbitrary and capricious,” as they implied in their opaque order, they could have asked for a better-reasoned decision. When Chief Justice John Roberts blocked Trump’s attempt to kill DACA, he laid out exactly how the president could redo the repeal lawfully. But this time, the court gave zero guidance as to how the Biden administration can fix its error—it didn’t even identify the alleged error. The booby prize is that the court alluded to language from the 5th Circuit decision finding that the administration will not violate the court order if it tries in “good faith” to reinstate the Trump-era policy. What constitutes “good faith” when you’re dealing with a defunct program and a third-party government? No one knows. So, the threat of sanctions now hangs over government officials who must initiate delicate diplomatic negotiations at the direction of a judge who does not understand immigration law.
Immigration lawyers have long objected to the Remain in Mexico policy on humanitarian grounds. When the policy was first enacted in 2019, asylum-seekers were detained under horrific conditions in camps rife with violence, rape, torture, and disease as they awaited their immigration hearings in the U.S. Human Rights First has identified more than 800 violent attacks on asylum-seekers stuck in Mexico under MPP, including kidnapping, rape, and murder. It is no accident that one of Biden’s first actions as president was to formally suspend it, even as his larger record on border control remains mixed.
As we have suggested in the recent past, the problem with late-night emergency orders written as haikus on Post-it notes stuck to the front doors of the Supreme Court isn’t just that the parties must scramble, without guidance, to discern what it is the court wants them to do. In this case, perhaps tens of thousands of desperate asylum-seekers and their families have absolutely no clue as to what the law is now and why. We have no idea what even constitutes an emergency, or which parties have standing, or what the legal reasoning might be.
Not very long ago, the high court used its shadow docket to spank what it deemed runaway district court judges arrogating power to set immigration policy in violation of Trump’s orders. Now, the same shadow docket is being used to hand federal immigration powers to runaway district court judges, with no rule or principle set forth beyond the fact that Biden should just lose, because they say so.
Is your train just struggle through with your life with all these people running around trying to play security guards in the hallway telling you where’s your mask where’s your vaccine look you live in America you’re not in kindergarten anymore these people do not have the right to force you to get a job that could kill you they have no right to force you to wear a mask you’re a human being you breathe oxygen you’re not a cactus how long will it take before people wake up and start standing up there right all right so somebody chases you to the store tell me where I’m at turn around and tell him stop oh you have to wear a mask in the store according to de Blasio the Blasio is an idiot he’ll be out of office in 2 weeks the point is is tell me why to wear a mask does it work no it says right in the box it doesn’t work oh so the point was get the job and then you don’t have to wear a mask oh wait a minute now you need to wear a mask because there’s a new variant actually what they’re not telling you is the new variance is not a new variant it’s what happens to people that got the double jab when they get covid or when they get too cold the common cold see you one through seven all right the common cold that’s all it is but if you’ve got the job your body doesn’t know how to react it overreact and because these people aren’t geniuses that created this vaccine they have no clue not an idea at all but really how long are you going to let them keep pushing you down before you say no more I’m not until I won’t take yeah I love the movie network news for the guy tells you since I want everybody to go to the window open the window say I’m mad as hell I’m not going to take it anymore how long are you going to keep them stealing your rights away from you so today it’s a mess tomorrow it’s a job the next day they’re going to take the kids out of your house and sell them for slavery well how can they do that well they do it all the time you know what the gross the most growth economy is right now sadly it’s selling people into sex slavery young children this is this is what they don’t tell you this is what the media has been paid to keep quiet and the worst part is people blindly just follow this stuff around hundreds of thousands of children coming in United States with no parents they disappear at the border because he’s Rich come back deep State m************ they love to use them that’s why they went to Epstein Island border these people don’t go to jail they don’t care think about the four children now look at Afghanistan what do you think of a country that would abandon all those women and children in Afghanistan because Biden says it’s time to get out of somewhere I never thought American was that lazy or that unkind or that inhumane to abandon all those people in Afghanistan that for 20 years we’ve been working to build a society there that had choices in freedom she just walk out one night criminal I mean Trump is Right everybody’s right this guy needs to be impeached he has just made America and all the other cousin all the G8 the G7 all these countries had people in Afghanistan that were working hard to build education and give these people that Afghanistan a chance in life and now overnight now they’re being shot again terrorists so is Gary part is is these people are actually racing to jump on the plane to come to America because they already know what they need to do all they need to do is get one of these nice planes to it to get them out of the country want to get out of the country’s they vanish into the woodwork until they want to do something horrible but you know I guess by no care about that I mean that’s why you have 2 million people that have already come across the southern border from they didn’t even do a census on it sorry I don’t care where people come from it doesn’t matter to me where you originated from the point is if you’re American and you’ve lived here for years and you’ve had a good life and you’ve been family and your children are getting an opportunity to have a good life why aren’t you out fighting for your freedoms I mean look the British didn’t have the ability to get everybody to get a job in their arms and they all die in six months but these people do and you people are volunteering to get the job well what are you doing six months I mean what do you literally do let’s say 6 months from now people start dropping like five then you’re going to scream and outrage because they made you get the job and now you’re dying so you said wait you told me if I got the job I wouldn’t have to wear a mask I’d be okay and now your body’s breaking down because the whole idea of the MRNA Spike protein is to destroy yourself each cell in your body down to your DNA genome to destabilize and destroy it cause Rubio which means they stack them up like nice little teeny chips at a casino and then you die of blood clots or seizures for brain heverages because there’s no way a giant long clot of blood is going to make it through a little teeny artery in your brain well touche you know and if you you’ve lived in a communities for a long time and you know the people that own these businesses you should tell them say listen I am not going to go get a job just because you want to make me sit down to your table I need to wear this is Auschwitz this is world war II recreated inside the United States and it is tragic