The Supreme Court of the United States is busily occupied with the process of dismissing lawsuits relating to the Trump administration, most recently dropping a case regarding the funding of Donald Trump’s border wall.
The Washington Examiner reported on Wednesday that the high court cancelled hearings of a challenge to Trump’s allocation of federal funds to his border wall construction. One of Biden’s immediate executive actions was to order a halt of construction on the controversial wall.
The SCOTUS case was brought by leftists desperately attempting to halt Trump’s progress toward securing the southern border. However, with Biden in office wreaking havoc on the strides Trump made to control the flow of illegal immigration, the cases are now moot.
The dismissal came at the request of the Biden administration, who pointed to executive orders signed by Biden in the first days of his presidency that reversed Trump administration border enforcement and security policies.
Biden — who said during his 2020 campaign that there are “things you can’t do by executive order unless you’re a dictator” and said that presidents must govern by “consensus” — has issued more executive orders within his first weeks as president than any of his predecessors.
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain defended Biden’s circumvention of legislation by declaring that the orders are not given “in lieu of legislation,” but rather “taking executive action to fix what Trump broke in the executive branch.”
A number of those orders concerned illegal immigration, a system which Trump did break — if you look at it from the perspective of a Democrat that wants open borders to increase their voter base for 2024.
Biden immediately set to work fixing the problem of reduced illegal border crossings, ensuring that a massive tide of illegal immigrants begins heading towards the US once again.