Supreme Court Sides With Biden Regime, Allows Border Patrol Agents to Remove Razor Wire at Border - Roberts and Barrett Vote With Liberal Justices | 22 Jan 2024 | The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with the Biden regime and allowed Border Patrol agents to remove razor wire installed on the Texas-Mexico border. In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court granted Biden's emergency request. This is the 9th time that the Supreme Court has sided with the Biden regime out of 14 emergency applications. Recall that Biden's border patrol agents are cutting a razor wire fence on private property on the southern border to allow illegal aliens to enter the U.S., putting Americans at risk. Gov. Greg Abbott (R) previously installed about 30 miles of razor wire at the Texas-Mexico border near Eagle Pass to stop the flood of illegal aliens being let in by the Biden administration. In October, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the Biden regime regarding their cutting razor wire at the border. The lawsuit made its way to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals after a federal judge sided with Biden. The appeals court last month said agents could not cut the razor wire.

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