A federal judge was appointed by former President Trump to deny a Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) request to dismiss a lawsuit against Joe Biden over his Catch and Release policy. This policy has allowed more than 400,000 illegal aliens and border crossing agents into the United States since January 2021.
Ashley Moody, Florida’s Attorney General filed suit against Biden’s DHS in February. Ashley claimed that the agency had abused its authority by mass-releasing illegal immigrants and border crossers into America. Interior, putting an undue burden on states to cover the increasing cost of illegal aliens.
Between February 2021 to March 2022, there were approximately 836,000 border crossings, illegal aliens, and they entered the U.S. Interior by the Biden Administration — a greater foreign population than those of Alaska, North Dakota, Vermont, and the District of Columbia.
Biden’s DHS asked that Florida’s lawsuit be thrown out. Judge T. Kent Wetherell II denied the request and appeared to have rebutted their arguments.
Wetherell writes, for instance, that DHS must by law detain illegal aliens crossing borders while they wait for their asylum or immigration hearings. This is contrary to the Biden administration’s policy for rapid release into America. Interior.
The cited provisions in SS1225 clearly say that all foreigners who arrive at the border “shall be” detained. It is not possible to detain them. “Shall” is a command or requirement, not a suggestion of the possibility of exercising discretion. Jennings was the Supreme Court’s decision. It stated that “SSSS1225(b)(1) and 2) don’t use may’ [and] [i]nstead, they unambiguously direct that aliens falling within their scope’s shall be detained.”
Wetherell suggests that Biden’s DHS could be in conflict to existing parole regulations, which require it only to release foreign nationals into America for “urgently humane reasons” or “significant public benefit.”
When hundreds of thousands have been freed or paroled, it is absurd to believe that there is an overall policy against foreigners being held. It is also unlikely, if not impossible statistically, that this could have happened by chance through an ‘amalgamation individual case-by-case decision and not a policy directive.
The Supreme Court heard a Texas case last week in which a similar case was brought against the Biden administration’s decision not to terminate the Remain in Mexico program.
Breitbart News exclusively reported from DHS that they act as a full-service travel agency for illegal aliens. The extensive Catch and Release policy of the Biden administration includes non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that work with DHS to transport illegal aliens and cross the border across the United States.