The Biden Administration is fully determined to destroy the US in less than four years.
The Biden administration asked the Supreme Court to review President Trump’s highly successful “remain in Mexico” policy — something they have completely ignored despite 2021 court rulings.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Wednesday’s request follows a move by the U.S. 5th Circuit Court earlier this month when three Republican-appointed judges rejected the Biden administration’s appeal to end the Migrant Protection Protocols Program, otherwise known as “Remain in Mexico.” The lower court kept it in place, determining the Department of Homeland Security’s preemptive end of the policy under Biden was improper.
“In short, the lower courts have commanded DHS to implement and enforce the short-lived and controversial MPP program in perpetuity. And they have done so despite determinations by the politically accountable Executive Branch that MPP is not the best tool for deterring unlawful migration; that MPP exposes migrants to unacceptable risks; and that MPP detracts from the Executive’s foreign-relations efforts to manage regional migration,” the Department of Justice wrote in a petition to Supreme Court justices.
The documents also request justices to take up the case this term, arguing the appeals court ruling disrupts other cases in which government policies on issues such as immigration detention are challenged.
This action by the Biden gang is directly opposite from what the gang reported only one month ago in early December.
NBC News reported on December 2nd:
The Biden administration said Thursday that it will restart the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy next week following a deal with the Mexican government.
The policy, formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols, requires migrants seeking asylum to wait outside the United States for their immigration court hearings. The program will restart at one border location on Monday and will eventually involve seven entry points, including San Diego and the Texas cities of Laredo, El Paso and Brownsville.
The Washington Post first reported the agreement to restart the policy.