by George Mcclellan

Texas is the final frontier against organized crime by Mexican cartels earning millions of dollars smuggling drugs and people across our southern border. Biden’s gang is profiting, too, or they would do something about it. Some are even crossing illegally from Canada, but our focus is on the Southern border of Arizona, California, and particularly Texas because it is there that Texas Governor Greg Abbott, realizing his duty to protect Texans, uses the Constitution to take a stand against the Democrat tyranny changing America. He’s doing what Biden’s gang refuses to do: protecting America from invasion.

It has become a legal issue, who has the right or not to protect America from invasion and has entered the realms of lawful dispute, certain courts trying to guess their way around the constitution in support of Progressive decisions, hoping the US Supreme Court will agree. Well, they didn’t! To that end, we must grasp the intent of the law starting with the 10th Amendment that tells us: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the states, respectively, or to the people.” Article (1), Sec 10. [3], of the US Constitution addresses “Powers Forbidden to the States,” such as levying duties on tonnage (taxes), keeping troops, or engaging in war, etc. Still, in the very last sentence, it also gives us a remedy, ending with this: “…unless invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.” What’s not to understand?

That sentence alone, I believe, is what precipitated Governor Abbott’s decision to install float barriers in the Rio Grande, razor concertina wire fencing along the American side of the river, and the occupation of an island in that river, solely Texas property, and enforcing illegal border crossing laws that the Biden gang won’t do. The controversy surrounding that sentence, “unless actively invaded,” could be quickly settled if Congress consented. It’s in, but don’t wait for Republicans. Here are the issues: Joe Biden sued Texas to stop Texas from enforcing immigration laws, denying America is being invaded. In military terms, we usually think of “invasion” as troops landing on a beach from the sea, paratroopers falling from the sky, or a horse cavalry charge across a border. Democrats do not accept that an organized cartel scheme to flood illegals, sex slaves, children numbering in the millions, and deadly drugs is an invasion. Since Joe Biden occupied Trump’s chair as president, over seven million illegal aliens have flooded across to be lost in America’s generous welfare system.

Subsequently, the Supreme Court handed down a six-to-three decision that allowed Texas law to take effect while the US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, heeding the Progressive Democrats’ pleas for a stay to block enforcement, interfered again with due process. A George W. Bush-appointed 5th Circuit Chief Judge, Priscilla Richman, joined Biden-appointed Judge Irma Ramirez to prevent Texas from protecting Texans by arresting illegal aliens. Oh, the irony!

What are the stakes here? The UN, the WEF, and the New World Order scheme are for open borders, attacking the status of state sovereignty. The question then: Is the United States a Sovereign country or not? And if it is, does it have a border to be protected? Progressives (communists) say No! America should not have closed borders. Justice Sonya Sotomayor, a dissenter of the Supreme Court’s ruling, offered the fancible idea that “an enforceable border existed only so as long as the federal government (Biden’s gang) believed there to be one,” or not. Let’s hope she retires soon.

Texas’ new law directly regulates the entry and removal of non-citizens (illegals), explicitly ordering their State courts to disregard ongoing federal immigration proceedings. To that end, Justice Sotomayor further opined: “That law upends the federal-state balance of power that has existed for over a century, in which the national government has had exclusive authority over entry and removal of non-citizens.” But isn’t that precisely what the First Amendment was created to do: create limits? So, we either have borders or we don’t, and the Supreme Court just killed off the Biden gang’s lawsuit seeking to invalidate Texas law. If the federal government isn’t enforcing the rules, then who will? Greg Abbott stepped up to the plate. Who cares if his law encroaches upon federal prerogatives and risks diplomatic fallout?

It was Obama who started the divisions affecting us today. It has spread to a deeply divided judiciary, reflecting a broader polarization because Biden ignored US immigration policy. Dissenting voices argue that the Texas law undermines federal authority enshrined in the Constitution. We wonder, where is it enshrined in the Constitution? We’re told in the “Supremacy Clause.” Indeed, it’s in Article VI, Paragraph 2 of the Constitution, and states: The Supremacy Clause establishes (claims) that the constitution and federal law generally take precedence over state laws and even state constitutions. It prohibits states from interfering with the federal government’s exercise of its constitutional powers and assuming any functions exclusively entrusted to the federal government. It does not, however, allow the federal government to review or veto state laws before they take effect. Then there’s that nemesis: unless invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.”

So, what issue do Progressive drag up as an argument for Biden’s supremacy on immigration? Racism of course. Critics of the Supreme Court’s decision claim the law’s far-reaching implications, empowering state law enforcement with such sweeping authority, could lead to “racial profiling, violations of due process, and erosion of trust within immigrant communities, hampering efforts to address legitimate public safety concerns.” On those points, I don’t give a hoot about offending illegal immigrants or eroding their trust any more than I am concerned with the deaths of ‘innocent’ Palestinians by Israeli forces protecting their country from Jihadist terrorists. Somewhere, we’ve got to decide what is essential to our (American) safety and security and if we must eventually resort to lethal force in that defense. I’m referring to Illegal invaders and their rights. Do they have any rights superior to those of Americans?

An issue of grave concern, especially to the Federal Court system, is the balance of power between state and federal governments in immigration enforcement matters. I’ve already explained where to find the authority for states to act independently of a feckless federal government. What’s more to be said? While states can argue for greater autonomy to confront challenges, Progressives emphasize that a cohesive, bipartisan national strategy is required to resolve the complexities of out-of-control migration and border security. That means Democrats will set the agenda, call Republicans racists, browbeat conservative politicians to go along with their demands, and all will be fine when it won’t be.

Democrats are seeing their Latino base being eroded by Donald Trump. Crazy Joe Biden is scurrying around Arizona, speaking to Latino Americans about his excellent economy, and he hasn’t a clue that it’s falling apart all around him. Latinos know it, and Joe’s handlers are going crazy trying to stamp out, correct, or justify his outlandish comments praising his failing economy. The legal ramifications of the Supreme Court’s decision hold profound implications for the countless migrants caught in the crossfire of political and legal battles, most fearing deportation as they hide in the shadows, wondering how they will navigate the coming decisions about their fates. Getting rid of them will be very costly!

I think the Supremes, or at least six of them, have seen the light and taken a stand for America. Nothing less will do. The public’s loss of trust in the judiciary, generally, was only slightly assuaged by this Supreme Court 6-0 decision. Where’s Trump when we need him? In court, defending himself from election interference. We have a lot of work to do.

Remember, freedom is the goal; the Constitution is the way. Now, get involved.

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