Federal Judge in Texas Drew Tipton blocked the order of the U.S. President, Joe Biden

Federal judge indefinitely blocks enforcement of Biden administration’s 100-day deportation freeze

Source: Tanjug
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Judge Tipton made the decision early this morning Central European Time and it will be valid indefinitely, the New York Post reported.

The ruling is a victory for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who sued to block Biden’s order. Paxton’s office argued the state would face financial harm if undocumented immigrants were released into the state because of costs associated with health care and education, and he said the moratorium would also lure others to Texas.

Paxton celebrated the ruling on Twitter in the following manner:

“HUGE WIN. The first of many against Biden’s unlawful agenda. My team & I have fought tirelessly for TX, and we’ve built a [national] coalition to stop Dems’ unconstitutional actions,” he wrote. “The media’s ridiculous stories won’t stop my work. I’ll [continue] to press on for freedom & for TX. #TEXAS”.

Biden's ban on deportation was supposed to apply to every migrant who enters the country illegally, on the condition that he is not accused of terrorism and espionage.


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The Head of WHO accused some rich countries of undermining the COVAX program of distribution of the anti-virus vaccine, intended primarily for poor countries.

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