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Judge to extend hold on Joe Biden’s illegal immigration Executive Order

January 30, 2021

Last week a judge put a 14 day hold on Joe Biden’s Executive Order which put a halt to the deportation of illegal immigrants. That seemed like a short period of time but now, according to this story, that same judge has extended the hold until February 23rd. Here is more:

A federal judge in Texas said Friday that he’ll likely extend his hold on the Biden administration’s deportation moratorium until February 23.

Earlier this week, Judge Drew Tipton of the Southern District of Texas, a Trump appointee, blocked the administration’s 100-day pause on deportations, delivering a blow to one of President Joe Biden’s first immigration actions. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, had sued, leading to the first legal block of one of Biden’s executive actions.

Tipton initially blocked the administration from executing its deportation pause for 14 days. The temporary restraining order, Tipton argued, was appropriate under the Administrative Procedure Act.

The Department of Justice has not appealed the ruling as of yet but I think it is safe to assume it is only a matter of time.

malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

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  1. January 30, 2021 8:26 pm

    On another note your site is among a number that have disappeared from my WP App news feed. Coincidence????

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