Texas Governor Sends Two Buses To VP Harris’ D.C. Residence After She Said ‘Border Is Secure’

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Sent Two Buses Of Foreign Nationals From The Southern Border To Vice President Kamala Harris’ Washington, D.C., Residence After She Twice Claimed On Sunday That The Southern Border Is Secure.

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Border Chief Directs Agents To Release Foreign Nationals En Masse Into U.S. When Title 42 Ends

In Anticipation Of Increased Border Encounters After The Title 42 Health Authority Is Lifted, U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz Instructed Agents To Release Noncitizens Into The U.S. Because There Would Not Be Enough Space To Detain Them.

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Texas Governor Sends First Bus To Chicago Of Foreign Nationals In U.S. Illegally

The First Bus Carrying Foreign Nationals Who Crossed The Southern Border Illegally Arrived In Chicago Wednesday As Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Expanded The State’s Busing Strategy To A Third So-Called Sanctuary City.

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Texas Governor Accelerates Busing Of Foreign Nationals From Southern Border To New York City

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Is Accelerating The State’s Busing To New York City Of Foreign Nationals Who’ve Entered The U.S. Through The Southern Border.

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Nearly 5 Million Foreign Nationals Have Entered The U.S. Illegally Since Biden Took Office

Since President Joe Biden Took Office And Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Altered Federal Immigration Policies, Roughly 5 Million People From Over 150 Countries Have Entered The U.S. Illegally.

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Supreme Court Rules Detained Foreign Nationals In U.S. Illegally Aren’t Entitled Bond Hearings

The U.S. Supreme Court Dealt Another Blow To Foreign Nationals Entering And Reentering The U.S. Illegally By Unanimously Ruling That Federal Law Doesn’t Entitle Them To A Bond Hearing.

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Supreme Court Rules Detained Foreign Nationals In U.S. Illegally Can’t File Class Action Lawsuits

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled That Foreign Nationals In The U.S. Illegally And Detained On Immigration Charges Can’t File Class Action Lawsuits.

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