Hopefully, Ken Paxton will be the next Attorney General of the United States under President Ron DeSantis. Attorney General Paxton has been the opposite of Kevin McCarthy, always on the offensive, always winning, and always being as extreme as he can. This is not the first time for Attorney General Paxton has sued and won against various Biden Regime Administrative Amnesties. Paxton might be reading my blog as he has also filed a lawsuit against the Biden Regime Parole Amnesty.
The Best Attorney General In The United States, Ken Paxton, All Cattle Under His Stetson
But in the most recent case, Attorney General Paxton, all cattle as they say in Texas, has challenged the Biden Regime Administrative Amnesty for welfare cheats.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit on Thursday against President Joe Biden, accusing his administration of nullifying a federal law that prevents immigrants from obtaining a green card if they are likely to depend on government social services.
The lawsuit filed in a U.S. District Court in Victoria claims the Biden administration “seeks to further its open borders policy by enacting a new agency rule that effectively nullifies federal law excluding aliens likely to become public charges.”
In 2019, the Trump administration expanded a rule that would allow immigration officials to deny permanent resident status — also known as a green card — to immigrants if they previously received or in the future expected to receive food assistance, Medicaid, housing assistance or other public benefits.
In 2021, the Biden administration stopped implementing that rule and in December 2022 implemented its own rule that mirrored a 1999 policy that defined a public charge as someone who is using public cash assistance or being institutionalized for long-term care on the government’s dime.Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues Biden Administration Over Enforcement Of “Public Charge” Law For Immigrants, by Uriel Garcia, Texas New Times, January 5, 2023
Contrast Paxton with RINOs Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy. Their policy is surrender, negotiate, compromise, and betray. Paxton’s strategy is fight like the devil, and win. It also helps to have sympathetic kritarchs in his corner.
Since Biden took office two years ago, Texas has sued his administration more than 20 times, with most of the lawsuits focused on immigration policies. A majority of the lawsuits have been filed in courtrooms overseen by a Trump-appointed judge.
The left is suddenly realizing that kritarchy can work both ways. And I, being of the situational ethics type on the issue, welcome our new overlords in the 5th Circuit.
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