Biden isn’t “failing” to secure the border. He’s not “weak” on the border. Please shelve those RINO euphemisms. This administration has rammed open the border like a Bedouin bandit gutting a stolen sheep. And is threatening anyone who interferes with his skinning knife.
We’ve already seen the Border Patrol opening gates closed by Texas to admit illegal aliens.
The Biden administration is showing its hand even more blatantly in Arizona.
The administration of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is pushing back against a demand by the Biden administration that it take down a number of shipping containers it has used to plug a gap in the incomplete border wall, saying that border states “cannot rely on the federal government to ensure its security.”
The bureau had written to Gov. Ducey’s office last week, arguing that the move in August to fill nearly 4,000 feet of gaps in the border wall with shipping containers topped with razor wire is illegal. Ducey had announced the filling of the gaps in early August.
In its letter, the Bureau of Reclamation states that Arizona placed containers on lands within the vicinity of the Morelos Dam and also on land that is part of the Cocopah Indian Tribe’s West Reservation. It also said that the placement interferes with a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) project to fill the gaps, and calls on Arizona to stop further construction and assist in removing the containers.
“The unauthorized placement of those containers constitutes a violation of federal law and is a trespass against the United States. That trespass is harming federal lands and resources and impeding Reclamation’s ability to perform its mission,” the letter, reported by 12News, stated.
Its mission, like that of the Biden administration, being to bring as many illegals as possible to achieve demographic change.
Clark said Arizona disagrees with the feds’ claim that Arizona has trespassed against the U.S., arguing that the regulation in question provides an exemption for federal and state employees when carrying out official duties.
“Moreover, 43 C.F.R. Part 429.4(c)(8) provides that “activities authorized under other Federal statutes or regulations” are not subject to regulation,” he wrote. “Since, the U.S. Constitution provides for the protection of the states (Article IV, section 4) and specifically reserves the right of states to defend themselves (Article 1, section 10), the regulation you cite does not prohibit Arizona’s actions.”
California however can bar law enforcement from cooperating with federal authorities and that’s just fine.
If you recall the double standard, states are not allowed to take any action to enforce immigration law, but can take every possible action to prevent it from being enforced.
There’s only one reason for that double standard, to keep the illegals coming.
The invasion is coming from inside the White House.