Biden Admin Sends Texas a Cease-and-Desist Letter Regarding Border Access

( – The Biden administration is upset that Texas is interfering with their ability to import illegals and resettle them in the U.S. The president’s minions sent a cease and desist letter to Texas officials after the latter ejected and denied access to Border Patrol to the Shelby Park area in Eagle Pass, Texas. The area has been a hotspot for illegal border crossings over the last few years, and Texas officials have had enough.

Department of Homeland Security General Counsel Jonathan Meyer argued that the denial of access to Border Patrol officials was unconstitutional. He indicts Texas officials as impeding operations, claiming Texas is attempting to thwart the federal government from doing its job. He seemingly ignores all criticism that they’re denied access due to facilitating criminal activity consistently over several years.

Meyer blamed the drowning of a woman and two children on the policy change. That characterization was disputed by Texas officials who suggested the feds were outright lying about the timing of their deaths to deceptively blame Texas. Meyer suggested that Texas officials were preventing emergency response and law enforcement activities.

A White House statement claimed that Texas officials were somehow responsible for the deaths. The published statement said that Abbott’s policies were “cruel, inhumane, and dangerous” while ignoring the fact that Biden’s and the Democrats’ open-border policies have created the draw that encouraged that woman to take two children into the Rio Grande and attempt a crossing. It’s estimated that over 2,000 migrants have died attempting to illegally enter the U.S. since Biden’s been in office.

Abbott and congressional Republicans have slammed Biden and the Democrats for effectively having an extra-legal open-border policy. Democrats have consistently attempted to naturalize the illegal swarms who enter the country to benefit themselves at the polls, promising government programs and expanded benefits.

Republicans have pointed out that even if they don’t end up somehow granting citizenship and voting rights to the illegals in the future, they’ll still impact the census, giving benefits to left-leaning states where they settle in the House of Representatives by inflating their population count.

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