Federal Court in Florida Blocks Biden Regime Policy of Releasing Illegals into U.S. Without Court Dates, as Title 42 Expires

by J Pelkey
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On Thursday, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody filed a federal lawsuit against the Biden regime to stop the mass release of thousands illegal immigrants into the United States after the Title 42 expires.

According to the New York Post, Moody requested a temporary restraining order to prevent the anticipated surge, claiming that Biden’s current parole policy is “materially identical” to one that was deemed unconstitutional by a federal judge last month.

On May 10, 2023, the head of Biden’s Border Patrol sent out a memo authorizing the release of illegals into the United States on “parole”.

Illegal migrants who are released on parole are rapidly released into the country, do not get an alien registration number, and are not issued a court date.

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Judge T. Kent Wetherell II, a Trump appointee, issued a temporary restraining order on Thursday night against the Biden regime’s new parole policy that would have replaced Title 42.

The temporary restraining order comes into place from 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, May 11, and will last for two weeks, according to court filings (pdf).

AG Moody announced the ruling on Twitter late Thursday.

“We took swift action to protect the American people from Joe Biden’s unlawful plan to release thousands of illegal immigrants when Title 42 lifts in an hour. I am grateful for the quick decision by the federal judge,” Moody wrote.

According to the Biden regime, blocking the releases would result in “catastrophic” numbers for CBP, with 45,000 migrants in custody by the end of the month.

Meanwhile, DHS Secretary Mayorkas continues to lie to the American people, saying, “the border is not open” in a late-night statement Thursday.

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