Texas is called on to ignore pro-invasion SCOTUS ruling; ‘feds are staging a civil war’

Siding with Biden, the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the border dispelled the notion of a “conservative bench” prompting suspicion “the feds are staging a civil war.”

In a 5-4 order handed down Monday, the court vacated the Dec. 19 decision by the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals thus permitting federal agents to remove concertina wire installed by the state of Texas to deter illegal entry.

As Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Amy Coney Barrett sided with Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Ketanji Brown Jackson, without explanation from any on the ruling favoring President Joe Biden’s “foreign invasion of America,” voices across the Republican landscape reacted with calls to action that some warned could escalate.

Louisiana Rep. Clay Higgins (R) spoke out on social media shortly after the decision came down mimicking an exchange between himself and the press. “Media: ‘Congressman Higgins, the Supreme Court just ruled in favor of the Biden Admin over the State of Texas, saying that the federal government can remove physical barriers at the border put in place by Texas. What are your thoughts?'”

“Me: ‘My thoughts are that the feds are staging a civil war, and Texas should stand their ground,'” he suggested.

Following the circuit court injunction, the Texas National Guard had taken control of Shelby Park in Eagle Pass, Texas to prevent federal Border Patrol agents from entering the area and facilitating the entry of foreign nationals.

Speaking out against the decision, commentator Tucker Carlson lamented along with other voices from the right, “So it’s unanimous: everyone in power, from the White House, to the hedge fund managers, to the Supreme Court of the United States has decided to destroy the country by allowing it to be invaded. That leaves the population to defend itself. Where are the men of Texas? Why are’t they protecting their state and the nation?”

A leader in the battle against the president’s globalist open border policies, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton decried the high court’s ruling to affirm the Lone Star State wasn’t backing down as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott assured, “This is not over.”

“The Supreme Court’s temporary order allows Biden to continue his illegal effort to aid the foreign invasion of America,” said the state’s top cop. “The destruction of Texas’s border barriers will not help enforce the law or keep American citizens safe. This fight is not over, and I look forward to defending our state’s sovereignty.”

Meanwhile, Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie (R) stepped forward to remind those back in Washington, D.C. who controls the purse strings and, therefore, could take proactive steps to put a stop to the madness at the southern border. “You know who could fix this — literally overrule the Supreme Court and the White House on the Texas v Biden dispute? Congress.”

“In fact it was explained to a group of us by Justice Scalia during breakfast at the Capitol Hill Club,” added Massie. “He told us to quit funding things we don’t like.”

As the federal government either dallied or outright ignored the pressing need for action to maintain national security, U.S. Army veteran and freshman Texas Rep. Keith Self (R) brought attention to Americans willing to take matters into their own hands as he shared public plans for a peaceful assembly across the U.S.-Mexico border.

“Once again, the truckers are standing for We the People!” wrote Self. “There is a Take Back Our Border trucker convoy that will begin Jan 29th, ending with 3 rallies on Feb. 3rd in Eagle Pass TX, Yuma AZ, and San Ysidro CA…The time is NOW to take action and secure our borders!”

Kevin Haggerty


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