Federal Judge Blocks Joe Biden

(RoyalPatriot.com )- In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a federal judge has temporarily blocked the Biden administration from terminating the Title 42 program, which expels migrants from U.S. borders.

The Biden administration is keen to end the Trump administration’s policy while also exploring whether to file a legal appeal to a recent judgment that prevented the imposition of transportation mask requirements. The government is hypocritically arguing for a harsher COVID policy for American citizens while simultaneously advocating for fewer limits on illegal immigration.

On May 23, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that it would be lifting Title 42. The lifting of the restriction is likely to result in an unprecedented migrant influx, and border officers are already documenting record numbers of interactions, triggering a lawsuit against the federal government by 21 Republican-led states.

Title 42 will remain in effect until a temporary restraining order is granted, according to a notice issued on Monday by U.S. District Judge Robert Summerhays of Louisiana in a judgment on the complaint. Summerhays was appointed by the previous President of the United States, Donald Trump.

For the grounds outlined on the record, the Court declared its intention to grant the request, according to the notice of intent to grant the motion.

The parties will consult with one another on the particular parameters to be included in the Temporary Restraining Order and will make every effort to agree.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has claimed that Title 42 is no longer relevant in light of current public health circumstances and the enhanced availability of ways to combat COVID-19.

Republicans and a small number of moderate Democrats applauded the decision, hoping that it would prevent a catastrophic migrant influx.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt commented on Twitter that there was a temporary restraining order to preserve Title 42, after a case initially filed by Missouri, Louisiana, and Arizona, among others.

Schmitt said it was a significant victory for border security, but the struggle must continue.