Texas Attorney General, Republican Ken Paxton sued the administration of Democrat Joe Biden to stop their policy of allowing migrants to be paroled into the United States without court dates. Still, migrant camps in Mexico are filling up with people from all over the world, with people ready to charge over the border lines.
Corporate media is reporting that there is uncertainty now because of lawsuits against Biden.
Fox News reported some of the details of the situation we face in the nation as of Friday after another lawsuit:
“Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued on Friday in a federal court to stop the Biden administration from implementing a policy that would allow for migrants to be paroled into the U.S. without court dates — hours after the Title 42 public health order had been dropped and the policy had already been dealt a blow in the courts.
Paxton, who has filed over a dozen lawsuits challenging Biden administration border and immigration policies, filed a request for a temporary restraining order on a policy outlined in a May 10 memo. Joining onto the lawsuit were 12 other states: Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
The policy would see migrants released via humanitarian parole “with conditions” if Customs and Border Protection (CBP) faces overcrowding. The memo would release migrants without a court date and without an alien registration number, and would require them to make an appointment with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or request a Notice to Appear in court by mail.
The policy authorizes parole if a sector capacity goes above 125%, if agents apprehend 7,000 a day over 72 hours or if average time in custody goes above 60 hours. Agents have had multiple days when encounters have soared to over 10,000.”
Ben Bergquam was in Mexico and show a migrant camp full of people waiting to flee to the United States, after showing earlier that the migrants area in the US were filling up:
In the video, Bergquam talks about how migrants are complaining that apps meant to help them are not working. We covered that same problem which caused a stamped near El Paso, Texas:
Earlier in the day, Bergquam reported with more footage of the Mexican camp. Here is our coverage: