‘Shocking Discovery:’ Biden Knows Drug Cartels Control, Profit From Illegal Immigration, DHS Memo Shows

Border Patrol Agents Are Preparing For “A Possible Increase In Migrant Activity Due To An Increase In Large Group Activity” As A Result Of Biden Administration Immigration Policies, An Internal Department Of Homeland Security Document Released By Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Says.

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25 State Attorneys General Call On Garland To Enforce Law Prohibiting Intimidation Of Federal Judges

Twenty-Five State Attorneys General, Led By Alabama AG Steve Marshall, Are Calling On U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland To Enforce A Federal Law That Prohibits Anyone From Targeting Judges’ Homes. The Group Includes Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III.

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Federal Judge Rebukes Biden Administration In Lawsuit Over ‘Catch And Release’ Policy

A Federal Judge On Wednesday Denied The Biden Administration’s Request To Dismiss Florida’s Lawsuit Seeking To Halt Its “Catch And Release” Immigration Policy And Rejected The Administration’s Arguments In A Blistering 37-Page Ruling.

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Tennessee Joins Coalition Of 21 States Suing Biden Administration Over End Of Title 42

Ten Days After Three Attorneys General Sued The U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Over Its Plan To Terminate The Immigration-Related Public Health Authority Known As Title 42, Their Lawsuit Now Includes 21 States As Plaintiffs, Including Tennessee.

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14 Attorney Generals Demand DHS Secretary Resign Over Border Crisis

Fourteen Republican Attorneys General, Led By Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, Have Called On Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas To Resign.

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GOP Governors To Gather At Border To Pressure Biden On Illegal Immigration

Republican Govs. Greg Abbot Of Texas And Doug Ducey Of Arizona Are Hosting Nine Governors In Mission, Texas, Wednesday To Denounce President Joe Biden’s Policies Leading To A Surge In Illegal Immigration At The Southern Border.

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New DHS Guidelines State Entering U.S. Illegally Is Not Enough To Be Arrested

New Guidelines Issued By Department Of Homeland Security State That Entering The U.S. Illegally – Violating Immigration Laws Established By Congress – Is No Longer An Arrestable Offense.

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