In Stunning 11th Hour Reversal of SCOTUS Decision, Texas Law to Arrest Illegal Aliens is Blocked Again – EVOL

The Supreme Court had finally granted its approval that a Texas law directing police officers to arrest illegal aliens was constitutionally compliant.

But in an 11th hour gambit, a federal appeals court contrived a way to once more block the Texas law into going into effect, mere hours after the Supreme Court had authorized the measure to be implemented.

The federal appeals court contrived a procedural trick to undermine the Supreme Court’s judgment prolonging Biden’s unimpeded border invasion in the Lone Star state.

On late Tuesday night, hours after the Supreme Court vacated a lower court stay against Texas Senate Bill 4 by a vote of 6-3, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit announced that it would evaluate the Biden administration’s lawsuit against the law on Wednesday morning. A majority on that panel voted in advance of oral arguments to once more halt the implementation of the law while the legal process unfolds.

The order of the majority dissolves a “administrative stay” imposed by a distinct panel on March 2, thereby reinstating the injunction against SB 4 without delay.

“Oral argument is scheduled on March 20, 2024, to consider the Appellants’ Motion to Stay Preliminary Injunction



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