“It’s a humane, logical and efficient approach to a problem created and fostered by the Biden administration’s failure and refusal to secure our border,” Spiller said. “There’s nothing unfair about ordering someone back from where they came if they arrived here illegally,” he said.
This week, Texas Democrats told us exactly where they stand regarding the Texas Border.@JoseyforHD124 is angry that we want to secure our border by “deterring illegal immigration”. She is okay with lawlessness, the fentanyl crisis and human trafficking. pic.twitter.com/EAl0x25hwR— Sarah Fields (@SarahisCensored) November 16, 2023
Mexico sees things differently and issued a statement opposing “any measure that allows state or local authorities to detain and return nationals or foreigners to Mexican territory,” according to the Houston Chronicle. The statement called the bill an “anti-immigrant” law that “will result in family separation, racial discrimination and profiling.” Mexico “respectfully expresses its legitimate right to protect the rights of its nationals in the United States, as well as to establish its own immigration policies into its territory,” the statement said. [firefly_poll] Implementation is not likely to take place any time soon because the bill is a challenge to precedent, as noted by National Review. The most recent Supreme Court ruling on the issue, Arizona v. U.S., says the federal government has the sole power to deport illegal immigrants.
Texas lawmakers passed a bill on Tuesday that would enable the state to arrest and deport illegal aliens.The media, who have become blatantly pro-open borders, hate this. And as always, all of their objections boil down to: “But that’s mean!” pic.twitter.com/tbX5PQROQd — Bill D’Agostino (@Banned_Bill) November 17, 2023
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