May 23, 2022

Sixth Circuit court green light’s Biden’s ‘Sanctuary Country’ order

The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit will allow President Joe Biden’s “sanctuary country” orders to move forward, according to a decision handed down just days ago.

According to Breitbart News, the decision reversed that of a lower court that put a“nationwide preliminary injunction” on the “sanctuary country” order from the White House.

The order would, in effect, protect criminal illegal aliens from deportation by preventing Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents from arresting and deporting illegal aliens unless they pose a “current threat to public safety.”

The orders were first instituted in February of this year but challenged by the states of Texas and Louisiana which would prevent them from being implemented. However, Biden gave new orders in September that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio issued an injunction against due to challenges from Arizona, Montana, and Ohio.

 

The Sixth Circuit’s Chief Judge Jeffrey Stuart Sutton said that “even if the injunction remained in place—in other words, if the Guidance were removed—that would not necessarily result in the Department arresting more people, detaining more people, or removing more people.”

Sutton wrote:

Even the premise that the Guidance has coincided with a fall in immigration enforcement overall does not lead to the conclusion that the Guidance is the culprit, let alone the challenged portion of the Guidance. Other explanations exist. The National Government’s main enforcement authority affecting noncitizens within a State after all has little to do with detention and removal decisions at the back end.

It has to do with prosecutorial discretion at the front end when immigration agents and law enforcement decide whom to arrest and whom not to. The States do not challenge this classic form of prosecutorial discretion, and the consequential exercise of discretion when it comes to noncitizen populations in Arizona, Montana, and Ohio. See Texas v. United States, 14 F.4th 332, 337 (5th Cir.), vacated, 24 F.4th 407 (5th Cir. 2021) (en banc). Even if the injunction remained in place—in other words, if the Guidance were removed—that would not necessarily result in the Department arresting more people, detaining more people, or removing more people.

The case is Arizona v. Biden, No. 22-3272 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

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cozycalico (@guest_1286144)
1 month ago

Oh Biden! What are you doing to our once wonderful country? Trump focused on Mking America great agian and Biden is focusing on destroying America and no one is stopping him. WHY ???

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