The border crisis is out of control.
But the moment Trump supporters have been waiting for has finally arrived.
And Donald Trump and Joe Biden are headed for a major Supreme Court showdown over the border crisis.
The Supreme Court just agreed to fast track the case of Biden, President of the U.S., et. al v. Texas, which will finally settle the matter of whether or not Joe Biden can fully open the border by undoing Donald Trump’s successful Remain in Mexico policy.
“The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted. The case will be set for argument in the second week of the April 2022 argument session. Petitioners’ brief on the merits is to be filed on or before Monday, March 14, 2022. Respondents’ brief on the merits is to be filed on or before Thursday, April 7, 2 2022. The reply brief is to be filed with the Clerk and served upon opposing counsel on or before 2 p.m., Wednesday, April 20, 2022,” the Supreme Court wrote.
Under Donald Trump, asylum seekers were forced to wait in Mexico while their claims played out.
Before Trump, illegal aliens gamed the system by showing up at the border and claiming asylum so they could be turned loose in America until the court adjudicated their claims.
The rate of asylum claim rejections rose to 71 percent under Trump, but dropped to 63 percent as part of Joe Biden’s plan to open up the border.
In January, more than 153,000 illegal aliens were intercepted by Border Patrol agents, which is nearly double the total from Donald Trump’s final month in office.
The number of illegal border crossings have increased by design, as America hasn’t enforced the integrity of its southern border since January 2021.
Joe Biden’s plan to overturn the Remain in Mexico policy has been blocked by lower courts and district court judges have ordered him to implement the protocol.
The Biden administration continues to look for ways around Trump’s Remain in Mexico policy.
But the Supreme Court will finally settle the matter one way or the other.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.