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Republicans and hawks fear exacerbation of border crisis after SCOTUS's "remain in Mexico" ruling

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Thursday's Republicans and immigrant hawks pessimistically responded to the Supreme Court's rulingthat the Biden administration could end the Trump-era "stay in Mexico" policy. .. At the southern border, it only gets worse as a result.

"I was disappointed with SCOTUS and Biden disbanded the Remain-in-Mexico program, one of the last&best protections against the Democratic border crisis," said Texas Attorney General. Ken Paxton responded by saying. Judgment.

Supreme Court wins Biden and puts an end to the "stay in Mexico" policy

Supreme Court 5 In a four-to-four ruling, the Department of Land Security said it could abolish this policy-the Biden administration, officially known as theImmigration Protection Protocol, ended it illegally. ..

MPP was introduced in 2019 and expanded during the immigration crisis that year. This policy allowed the immigrants to be sent back toMexico for a hearing of the immigrants, rather than being released to the United States. As a result, tent courts were set up in various locations along the border, allowing migrants to attend hearings.

The Trump administration said the policy was the central gear to end the "catch and release" and the authorities were an important "pull factor" to attract migrants to the north. The allegation was that if the United States stopped releasing immigrants to the United States, fewer people would travel.

Seated from left are Associate Justice Samuel Alito, Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John Roberts, Associate Justice Stephen Breyer and Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Standing from left are Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Associate Justice Elena Kagan, Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch and Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett. 

From the left, Associate Justice Samuel Alito, Associate Justice Clarence -Thomas, Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, Deputy Judge Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Supreme Court Elena Kagan, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney・ Barrett Supreme Court Justice.  (Erin Schaff / The New York Times via AP, Pool, File)

However, immigrant rights groups say this policy is cruel and non-cruel. Immigrants to camps on the Mexican side of the border, claiming to be humane, were often unsanitary and allegedly at risk of kidnapping and violence from gangs and cartels. They also pointed out the low success rate of asylum seekers as evidence of the accumulated policies.

President Bidenpromised to end the policy and ordered him to do so shortly after his inauguration. The policy has been abolished and thousands of immigrants enrolled in the program have been allowed to enter the United States. The end of the policy is in line with the massive surge in immigrants to the border and continues to this day. Border only in May.


However, in response to proceedings from Texas and Missouri, the administration was found to have illegally terminated its policy and was forced to revive it until the case was resolved. However, only thousands of immigrants are currently enrolled in the program, and most immigrants will be released to the United States or expelled under the Public Health Order of Title 42.

The question was whether the government violated federal law. Plaintiffs have stated that they require detention of unauthorized migrants. 

Courts agree with the administration's, and lower courts should first check whether the Biden administration's October 29, 2021 memo ends policy Said that. It was in compliance with the Administrative Procedure Act Protocol, which governs the actions of federal agencies.

The Republicans have secured many legal victories over the Biden administration on immigration, which has shown a major defeat in their efforts. Republican lawmakers have expressed fear that the fierce border crisis will continue now that the Biden administration has been able to unravel such important policies.

"Today's Supreme Court ruling is very disappointing," said John Katko, a Republican ranking member of the Homeland Security Commission, in a statement. Ignore what President Biden has to protect our borders and homeland security. President Biden wants the proceedings to go all the way to the US Supreme Court, rather than secure the border. The "Stay in Mexico" policy was an important tool for border guards to control the influx of immigrants to our country. Mexico in December

Katko said, "There are no plans to address this nightmare at the border, except to release migrants to communities across the country."

"Title 42, physical barriers, and anything other than a fully reimplemented and enforced MPP in combination with more resources for border patrols, borders at this point. The crisis cannot be corrected, "he said. Congress, we fully hope that these important policies will come back.

Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, on right, said the Supreme Court ruling giving the Biden administration power to terminate the Trump-era "Remain-in-Mexico" policy will only "embolden the Biden Administration’s open border policies."

Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott is on the right So, it just "includes the Biden administration's border opening policy," which states the Supreme Court's decision empowering the Biden administration to end the "stay in Mexico" policy of the Trump era.(Photo courtesy of Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images  |  USATODAYNETWORK   via Reuters Connect)

Texas Governor Greg Abbottsaid the decision was "only bold." Biden administration's border opening policy.

He noted the recent deaths of migrants at the border, including 53 who died in a trailer truck in San Antonio.

"Resurrection and full enforcement of the Remain-in-Mexico will discourage thousands more migrants from doing their deadly trekking. President Biden will defeat the border. That simple step needs to be taken to secure it, he said.

Republican Rep. Michael Burgess said by ending the policy "People who crossed the border illegally. By giving him a free pass to stay in the country, it will exacerbate the humanitarian crisis at the southern border. " Never show up until their court day.

Meanwhile, the American Immigration Reform League (FAIR) said the decision "perpetuates this situation and violates federal law directly to continue releasing unacceptable foreigners to the United States." It will be possible. "

"Today's Supreme Court ruling highlights the need for parliamentary action to mandate MPPs and secure the southern border," a group calling for lower levels of immigration. Said. "The courts cannot rely on governing the relentless torts of the Biden administration's immigration law. Parliament must make the necessary reforms to stop this historic border crisis."

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Meanwhile, the Immigration Research Center (CIS) The question of whether the program ended illegally has not yet been decided, and the court has to decide whether the administration violates the law by releasing immigrants all at once. In a statement, he said the issue was of great importance "given the unprecedented increase in the illegal population under the Biden administration."

"Census data suggests that the illegal foreign population has increased by 1.4 million since the inauguration in 2021, but administrative data show that increase to 2 million. It suggests that it could also be, "the group said in a statement. "Stopping to stay in Mexico and the title 42 order only supercharge the flow of illegal immigrants across the southern border (not to mention visa overstay)."

Fox News's Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.

Adam Shaw is a political reporter at FoxNews Digital with a focus on immigration. His contact information isadam.shaw2@fox.comor Twitter: @AdamShawNY