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    Appeals Court Preserves CDC Title 42 Migrant Expulsion Protocol

    Appeals Court Preserves CDC Title 42 Migrant Expulsion Protocol

    by RANDY CLARK 30 Sep 2021

    The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted the Biden administration a stay against a lower courtís injunction requiring the federal government to stop using the Title 42 COVID protection protocol. The Title 42 coronavirus protection protocol allows officials to expel migrant family units from the country. The D.C. Court of Appeals issued the stay hours before the Border Patrol was set to begin releasing all migrant family unit migrants with a child into the United States.

    The court issued the stay to the earlier injunction in the case of Huisha-Huisha v Alejandro N. Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security in his official capacity, et al., filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and several migrant rights groups. The lower courts injunction, issued by Federal District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan on September 16, prohibited the Biden administration from removing any migrant family with a child under the age of 18 from the country under the CDCís Title 42 protocol put in place during the Trump administration.

    As reported by Breitbart Texas, the Border Patrol was prepared to release all migrant family units as of Thursday. The appellate courtís stay of the lower courtís injunction will allow the agency to continue with self-imposed, limited application of the Title 42 COVID-19 emergency order and swiftly expel some migrant family units from the United States.

    The stay will remain in effect until the case is heard by the appellate court. Both parties will brief the court in November and oral arguments in the case will be scheduled for January 2022. According to the ACLU, the emergency order, initiated by the Trump administration, restricts immigration at the border based on an unprecedented and unlawful invocation of the Public Health Service Act, located in Title 42 of the U.S. Code.

    ACLU attorney Lee Gelernt, the lead lawyer in the Title 42 lawsuit responded to the courtís stay, saying, ďIf the Biden administration really wants to treat asylum seekers humanely, it should end this lawless policy now and withdraw its appeal. We will continue fighting to end this illegal policy.Ē

    Huisha-Huisha v Alejandro N. Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security in his official capacity, et al. StayÖ

    https://www.breitbart.com/border/2021/09/30/appeals-court-preserves-cdc-title-42-migrant-expulsion-protocol/
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    Joe Bidenís Lawyers Block ACLU Lawsuit to Open U.S. Borders

    Joe Bidenís Lawyers Block ACLU Lawsuit to Open U.S. Borders

    by NEIL MUNRO 1 Oct 2021

    President Joe Bidenís pro-migration deputies have persuaded three federal judges to let them keep the Title 42 barrier to uncontrolled migration.

    The September 30 legal win over the ACLU was politely lamented by the various pro-migration activists who quietly recognize that the Title 42 anti-epidemic rule is helping Bidenís political support.

    Bidenís deputies are using the Title 42 rule to help muffle public opposition while they boost migration into Americansí homeland.

    The Title 42 rule is vital because it allows them to regulate the cross-border flow so there is minimal media coverage of the wage-cutting, rent-raising, diversity-boosting migration into Americansí jobs and homes.

    Also, the Title 42 rule is a public health rule. That purpose helps Bidenís people to muffle opposition from the pro-migration progressives who emotionally opposed President Donald Trumpís similar and very successful Remain in Mexico program.



    Haitian migrants seeking asylum in the United States, queue at El Chaparral border crossing in the hope of getting an appointment with U.S. migration authorities, in the Mexican border city of Tijuana, in Baja California. (GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP via Getty Images)

    On September 16, the ACLU persuaded a D.C.-based federal judge to take down the Title 42 barrier to migrants who bring children, regardless of Congressí long-standing decision to give the President emergency authority over who can cross the nationís borders. The judge set a 14-day delay on his decision, which expired on September 30.

    The administration quickly appealed, and a three-judge panel decided on September 30 to preserve the Title 42 enforcement pending the completion of a lengthy trial Ė and a likely appeal to the Supreme Court.

    The ACLU executives made a perfunctory complaint at their loss.

    ďA federal court has temporarily failed to block Title 42, a cruel policy that misuses public health to unjustly expel asylum seekers,Ē said an ACLU tweet. ďIf the Biden administration really wants to treat asylum seekers humanely, it must end this lawless policy NOW and withdraw its appeal.Ē

    The White House is using Title 42 to cap the border inflow at about 100,000 economic migrants per month.

    Officials let many of the 100,000 migrants cross the Title 42 barrier by excusing them as ďvulnerable,Ē according to a pro-migration policy set by Alejandro Mayorkas, Bidenís pro-migration border chief.

    Meanwhile, the childless young men and familiesí husbands are allowed to sneak across the border at a rate of roughly 50,000 per month.



    Migrants are processed by United States Border Patrol after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border into the United States in Penitas, Texas on July 8, 2021. (PAUL RATJE/AFP via Getty Images)

    The southern inflow is in addition to the inflow of roughly 100,000 legal immigrants per month, and a large inflow of visa workers for various white-collar and blue-collar jobs. Overall, the administration is inviting roughly one migrant for every two American births this year.

    But this anti-American agenda spilled into the evening news when Mexicoís government guided roughly 15,000 Haitian migrants to the Del Rio landing site in Texas.

    Since the Haitian landing exploded on the evening news, the publicís support for Bidenís policies has shifted more than 10 points against his immigration policies.

    For example, a September 26-28 poll by YouGov showed only 24 percent approval and 61 percent disapproval. The poll also showed 41 percent strong disapproval and four percent strong approval. A September 23-27 poll of 1,099 adults for the Associated Press showed 35 percent approval, 61 percent disapproval. In late August, the poll tracker at RealClearPolitics.com showed Bidenís poll ratings were 38 percent approval, 56 percent disapproval.

    The declining poll numbers have pressured Bidenís deputies to launch a much-publicized airlift of roughly 5,400 Haitian migrants back to Haiti. The airlift ó plus a Biden-backed hoax about border officers abusing migrants ó helped to divert media attention from their quiet release of at least 13,000 Haitians and other migrants into Americansí jobs and homes around the United State.

    Bidenís officials are also using the threat of Title 42 to help deter the next wave of roughly 50,000 Haitians who are now trekking northwards from their migrant homes in South America towards Texas.

    However, the promise of an American life is so great that many Haitians, especially Haitians with children, are expected to soon reach the U.S. border ó unless Biden agrees to a deal with Mexico to block them.



    People from Haiti who are seeking asylum in the United States wait for flyers explaining updated asylum policies outside the El Chaparral border crossing on February 19, 2021 in Tijuana, Mexico. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    Migration is deeply unpopular because it damages ordinary Americansí career opportunities, cuts their wages, raises their rents, curbs their productivity, shrinks their political clout, widens regional wealth gaps, and wrecks their democratic, equality-promoting civic culture.

    For many years, a wide variety of pollsters have shown deep and broad opposition to labor migration and the inflow of temporary contract workers into jobs sought by young U.S. graduates.

    This pocketbook opposition is multiracial, cross-sex, non-racist, class-based, bipartisan, rational, persistent, and recognizes the solidarity Americans owe to each other.

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