It is a rough start for the Biden administration and I am sure it won’t get any easier as long as patriots continue to push back against his un-American measures. Since Biden has been in office, he has been signing executive orders left and right and it doesn’t appear he is slowing down any time soon. Biden is set on overturning everything that Trump did in the last four years that has kept our country safe so that he and the democrats can usher in the New World Order.
In fact, the mantra of the elite is to have order out of chaos, which is what you are seeing here at this very moment.
That is why it is so very important for all of us to be involved and continue to push back within our local governments and not allow the federal branch to take over. Texas already has begun the pushback against the Biden administration and their order to freeze deportations and now another state has joined the fight.
Here is more:
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Feb. 3 over a memo from the Biden administration that ordered a freeze on the majority of deportations for 100 days.
The DHS released the memo on Jan. 20 (pdf) that imposed a 100-day moratorium on most deportations and outlined categories of immigration offenders who will continue to be subject to arrest and eventual removal, including those who pose a national security risk or are suspected of terrorism or espionage.
Brnovich, a Republican, announced the lawsuit in a Twitter post late Wednesday, stating that he believes the policy “puts Arizona public safety at risk.”
“The 100-Day Pause on Deportations includes those charged with or convicted of a crime,” Brnovich said. “Law enforcement officials have told our office they are concerned about whether released individuals are being tested for COVID-19.”
Our office filed a lawsuit against DHS and federal officials over a policy that puts Arizona public safety at risk. The 100-Day Pause on Deportations includes those charged with or convicted of a crime.https://t.co/fCJpMGhn0Z (1/3) pic.twitter.com/16t0QG8Fz9
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) February 3, 2021
The attorney general said the lawsuit asks the U.S. District Court in Arizona to rule that the 100-Day Pause policy violates federal law.
The DHS, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, CBP Acting Commissioner Troy Miller, ICE Acting Director Tae Johnson, and Acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Tracy Renaud, are listed as defendants in the suit.