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Of all the great things President Trump accomplished during his four years in the White House, reshaping the federal judiciary is at the very top of the list – for reasons like this.
From New York Post:
A federal judge in Texas indefinitely blocked President Biden’s order banning most deportations for 100 days, dealing a blow to the administration’s efforts to turn back many of former President Donald Trump’s tightened immigration policies.
District Judge Drew Tipton issued a preliminary injunction on enforcement of the ban late Tuesday.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton earlier sued to block the ban, claiming it was “unconstitutional” and would cause substantial economic hardships on the Lone Star State to carry it out.
Tipton, a Trump appointee, in January temporarily blocked Biden’s order for 14 days because it failed “to provide any concrete, reasonable justification for the 100-day pause.”
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 16, 2021
Just hours before millions of Americans made their way to the voting booths, Biden sent a tweet making it crystal clear that he will implement gun control as president.
It’s long past time we take action to end the scourge of gun violence in America.
As president, I’ll ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, implement universal background checks, and enact other common-sense reforms to end our gun violence epidemic.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 1, 2020
Senator Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) response…
He’s coming for your guns.
Notably absent: prosecuting violent gun felonies (which dropped significantly under Obama-Biden). https://t.co/H7MWPca71b
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) November 2, 2020
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