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Biden Furious Over Judge’s Decision to Block New DACA Enrollments, Vows to Appeal

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Joe Biden released a statement on Saturday in response to a federal judge’s decision to block new enrollments for Obama’s illegal DACA program.

“The Department of Justice intends to appeal this decision in order to preserve and fortify DACA,” Biden wrote. “And, as the court recognized, the Department of Homeland Security plans to issue a proposed rule concerning DACA in the near future.”

A federal judge on Friday ruled the Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is illegal and blocked new enrollments.

Recall, Barack Obama granted illegal aliens protection in 2012 when he established the DACA program.

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According to reports, more than 800,000 illegal aliens are currently protected under Obama’s illegal DACA program.

US District Judge Andrew Hanen of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, a George W. Bush appointee found that the Department of Homeland Security violated the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) and “illegally implemented” the policy.

Judge Hanen ordered the DHS to stop approving new DACA applications.

Biden condemned the judge’s decision as “deeply disappointing” and called on Congress to “ensure a permanent solution by granting a path to citizenship for Dreamers.”

“I have repeatedly called on Congress to pass the American Dream and Promise Act, and I now renew that call with the greatest urgency. It is my fervent hope that through reconciliation or other means, Congress will finally provide security to all Dreamers, who have lived too long in fear,” Biden said.

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Joe Biden Appoints Angry Muslim Father Khizr Khan to Religious Freedom Post

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Joe Biden appointed angry, Trump-bashing Muslim father Khizr Khan to a religious freedom post recently.

Khan is famous for smearing then candidate Donald Trump at the DNC convention in 2016.

His wife didn’t speak.

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Khan, a devout Muslim who says Islam has nothing to do with terrorism.

Daily Mail reported:

Joe Biden has appointed the Muslim father of a Gold Star veteran whose son died while fighting in Iraq, and who was later mocked by Donald Trump, to a religious freedom post within his administration.

Trump critic and target of the former president’s mockery, Khizr Khan was officially nominated as the Commissioner of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom on Friday.

The 71-year-old founder of the Constitution Literacy and National Unity Project is father to the late United States Army officer Humayun Khan, who was killed by a car bomb in 2004 in Iraq at the age of 27.

Khan, who was joined by his wife Ghazala on stage, stated that his late son would not even have been able to live in America or die a hero in the armed forces if it had been up to Trump, who had previously voiced his support for banning Muslims from entering the country.

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“RINOs are Ruining America, Right Alongside Communist Democrats” – President Trump SLAMS Mitch McConnell and Feckless Republicans

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On Wednesday 17 RINO Republicans joined Democrats to advance the outlandish $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.

The text of the bill still hasn’t been finalized, but 17 Republican Senators went along with the Democrats and voted in favor of advancing the measure.

Here are the 17 Republicans, under the leadership of Mitch McConnell, who voted with the Democrats to advance the bill:

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In response to this weak stand by these Senate Republicans, President Trump released this harsh but honest statement.

Via Attorney Jenna Ellis.

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Biden Calls on Congress to Extend Nationwide Eviction Ban Before It Expires

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The White House on Thursday called on Congress to extend a moratorium on eviction that is set to expire this week.

The nationwide eviction ban was first enacted in September 2020 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of the federal government’s effort to prevent the further spread of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. The idea was that evicted individuals often share living spaces with relatives or friends or move into crowded homeless shelters, undermining social distancing restrictions.

“Given the recent spread of the delta variant, including among those Americans both most likely to face evictions and lacking vaccinations, President Biden would have strongly supported a decision by the CDC to further extend this eviction moratorium to protect renters at this moment of heightened vulnerability,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement.

“Unfortunately, the Supreme Court has made clear that this option is no longer available,” she added.

The CDC said last month it would not extend the eviction moratorium, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a narrow 5-4 decision to leave the policy in place until the end of July. Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who cast the deciding vote, wrote in his concurring opinion that the CDC lacked authority to extend the ban again, unless by an act of Congress.

“In my view, clear and specific congressional authorization (via new legislation) would be necessary for the CDC to extend the moratorium past July 31,” Kavanaugh’s opinion read.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will join the effort to push the emergency extension through Congress. A spokesperson said Pelosi “agrees with President Biden that the moratorium must be extended” and is “exploring all options to do so.”

The attempt to extend the eviction ban is likely to meet with opposition from the Senate Republicans. At least 10 Republican votes are needed to break a filibuster and advance any legislation, assuming all Senate Democrats vote for it.

“This is a full-scale failure by the Biden Administration that Republicans have been trying to address for months,” Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.), the top Republican on the House Financial Services Committee, said in a statement on Thursday. “Now, we are three days away from the end of the CDC’s unconstitutional eviction moratorium, and what is President Biden’s solution? Blame the Court and call on Congress to fix it. This is absurd.”

Regardless of whether or not the federal ban gets to be extended, some state and local governments may still have their own temporary eviction moratoria in place. California’s Los Angeles County, for example, has banned evictions through the end of September.

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