Schrodinger’s Immigration Policy
by Douglas Mercer
THERE WERE more than 188,000 attempted crossings from Mexico into the US in June 2021, the highest in a decade.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said he is responding to the high rate of border crossings.
If the Department of Justice and the courts have their way, when it comes to protecting the homeland Abbott won’t be allowed to lift a finger.
A federal judge in El Paso issued a temporary restraining order stopping Texas Gov. Greg Abbott from carrying out his executive order restricting migrant travel in the state.
The Department of Justice asked for a temporary restraining order to keep Abbott from using state troopers to stop vehicles suspected of transporting migrants. District Judge Kathleen Cardone granted that request on Tuesday.
The judge’s order halts the implementation of Abbott’s executive order that he introduced last week, which allowed for state troopers to stop any vehicle suspected of transporting illegal immigrants.
Their argument is that immigration is the province of the federal government, but in fact their goal is wiping out Whites and any handy argument will do. They’d be happy to argue the opposite principle if it would bring in more 85-IQ Brown replacements.
One observer notes that they claim to be well-versed in the Constitution, but actually they are either too stupid to live or evil enough to make sure we don’t.
You know which choice is correct.
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For our enemies, immigration policy can be this or that, it can switch on or off as far as who has authority goes.
Sometimes they say the federal government runs immigration policy, sometimes they say the states do.
For them it really is Schrodinger’s Immigration Policy.
What’s in the box?
The federal government? The states?
Who has control?
Whatever suits them at the moment. These brazen liars don’t have principles, unless the principle is putting an end to White America.
That’s a proposition they’ll stand by in thick or thin, come rain or come shine.
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With Proposition 187 in 1994, California voters made an effort to finally bring illegal immigration under control. The idea was simple: Illegal aliens would not be able to access any public services. The federal government was in the pockets of ethnic activists and big business, so they were not showing any interest in stopping the illegal tide. So Californians thought they might step into the breach.
If you won’t use the law, do you mind if we do?
No chance of that.
Judge Marian Pfaelzer (born to a Jewish Family in Los Angeles, natch) issued a permanent injunction against Proposition 187 in December 1994, blocking all its provisions. In November 1997, Pfaelzer “found” the law to be unconstitutional on the basis that it “infringed on the federal government’s exclusive jurisdiction” over matters relating to immigration.
Got that? The federal government was in control. They weren’t doing anything about the problem, but they were in control. Exclusive jurisdiction was what she said.
So, not a chance, Californians. Don’t even think about it. By not doing anything about illegal immigration they were really doing something. Benign neglect and all of that.
The law never saw the light of day. This was the last chance for California, and the nation, to put an end to the onslaught of wave after wave of invaders.
Everything since has been triage. And not very successful triage, as our country bleeds out.
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In 2010, Arizona thought it might give ending illegal immigration a try. In the intervening years since 1994, the federal government had given no indication whatsoever that it was going to do a thing about it. So Arizonans thought: Why not pick up the cudgel?
US federal law requires aliens 14 years old or older who are in the country for longer than 30 days to register with the US government and have registration documents in their possession at all times. The Act (Arizona Law SB1070) makes it a state misdemeanor crime for an undocumented person to be in Arizona without carrying the required documents and obligates police to make an attempt, when practicable during a ‘lawful stop, detention or arrest,’ to determine a person’s immigration status if there is reasonable suspicion that the person is an undocumented person.
This, of course, was immediately caricatured far and wide in the Jew media as the “papers, please law,” conjuring up images of their go-to fallback “evil,” the National Socialists. Barack Obama thought it helpful to point out that he and his daughters could be out eating ice cream and be picked up under this law. Interesting admission.
But what all of its critics agreed upon was that whatever human horrors it contained, Arizona had for sure overstepped its role in the “constitutional” scheme. That is, Arizonans tried to assert themselves as a player in immigration policy. And “everyone knows” that in terms of immigration, the Federal government not only reigns supreme but is the only entity which has anything at all to say about it.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) criticized Arizona’s SB1070 as a violation of the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution which states that federal law, so long as it is constitutional, is paramount over state laws. Erwin Chemerinsky [raised in a “fairly traditional” Jewish family on Chicago’s South Side], a constitutional scholar and dean of the University of California Irvine Law School, said: “The law is clearly pre-empted by federal law under Supreme Court precedents.”
The United States Department Of Justice filed a lawsuit against the state of Arizona in the US District Court of Arizona asking for the law to be declared invalid since it interferes with the immigration regulations exclusively vested in the federal government.
On June 25, 2012, the US Supreme Court issued a ruling in the case Arizona v. United States. It determined, by a 5–3 majority, with Justice Anthony Kennedy writing the opinion, that SB1070 was pre-empted by federal law.
It’s not more complicated than that.
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But wait, not so fast.
For the same people who will stand up straight and tell you with a straight face that immigration policy is the sole preserve of the federal government don’t really believe that. Their actions belie it.
Really, they don’t believe in anything. Except killing us.
You know that because 32 of the 100 largest cities in America are “Sanctuary Cities.” That is, they have no intention of ever cooperating with or obeying federal law or the federal government when it comes to deporting illegal aliens. When it comes to that, they run their own program. The federal government pre-empts? The supremacy clause? Why, that’s just a load of rubbish when it comes to what they want.
But if immigration policy is the sole preserve of the federal government (as they said before), then each state has to cooperate with the federal government in all of its requests. When they refuse to do so, they are making new policy, separate policy, policy on the ground. When they inscribe the mandates for this non-cooperation into law, they are making policy on the state level, what they just told us is not allowed. Why, you’d think they would be out there with Glenn Back calling for a new constitutional convention or at least arguing for the eternal supremacy of the 10th Amendment.
No, none of that. The truth is that they do not take a high-minded stance on any of this, or on anything — and they never have. What’s really going on is that they are ad hoc opportunists and will always find whatever way is the quickest way to bring in as many non-White aliens as possible.
Federal supremacy? States’ rights?
Any port in a storm, whatever works — for them. The quickest way home is the shortest way there. They may dress it up as “constitutional” or as high theory — but it’s just window dressing for whatever their need is at the moment.
Federal law prohibits states and localities from barring officials from sharing information about individuals’ immigration status with federal authorities. Some sanctuary jurisdictions adopt policies barring local officials from asking about immigration status or speaking to the federal government about it.
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Now they are making another 180 in their revolving-door views. Not that the federal government under Biden is being super-aggressive in deportation, but still, while there are scores of “Sanctuary” jurisdictions around the country (including the entire state of California), they are again telling a state that it’s the federal government that must be obeyed.
As Faye Dunaway said in Chinatown as Jack Nicholson slapped her silly: She’s my sister! She’s my daughter!
It’s Schrodinger’s immigration policy, is what it is. Now you see it, now you die.
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When it comes to defending the interests of White people, Texas governor Greg Abbot isn’t much; he seems more interested in defending Jews. But he has made some decent moves in terms of illegal immigration. It’s a shame that these moves have had to come under the cover of protecting us from Covid, as if the invaders themselves weren’t the virus.
Governor Greg Abbott today issued and Executive Order restricting ground transportation of migrants who pose a risk of carrying COVID-19 into Texas communities. The Executive Order also directed the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to stop any vehicle upon reasonable suspicion of such violation and reroute such vehicles back to its point of origin or a port of entry. DPS also has the authority to impound a vehicle that violates the Executive Order.
Of course COVID-19 is the least of it. It’s a fig leaf for Abbott, defining and defending his state’s actions on Establishment grounds: to keep COVID out. Of course they shouldn’t need such an excuse, the virus is the Brown anthropoid standing right in front of you. When this virus is at your door, you don’t vaccinate it; you put it on a bus bound for gone, to clean up your living space. And port of entry does not sound good; that’s one of those places they can seek “asylum.” Woe is me, they say there; and then the “authorities” say: Enjoy your new American home, Jose.
“The dramatic rise in unlawful border crossings has also led to a dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases among unlawful migrants who have made their way into our state, and we must do more to protect Texans from this virus and reduce the burden on our communities,” said Governor Abbott. “This Executive Order will reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure in our communities.”
Around the same time Abbott announced he was building the border wall, Abbott also announced that the state would build fencing too. He appeared on the right-wing Ruthless podcast in June to elaborate on his plan, saying not only is Texas going to continue building the wall, but it is also going to arrest as many people as possible who cross illegally and charge them for committing state crimes like trespassing.
That’s more like it. More of that, please. If he means it, that is.
Abbott sent 1,000 state troopers to the border in March with some National Guard forces. It was called Operation Lone Star, and according to the governor’s office, it was meant “to deny Mexican Cartels and other smugglers the ability to move drugs and people into Texas.”
Border funding in the state of Texas grew to over $1 billion a year in 2021.
Abbott declared a disaster across 34 counties, some far from the border because, he said, illegal crossings “posed an ongoing and imminent threat of disaster.”
Democrats and immigration advocates called the move a cynical ploy to rally a xenophobic base.
Imminent threat of disaster is getting warmer; of course this, once again, refers to COVID — but the real disaster is the mud slide of Brown invaders, we’re being buried in it. There should be an eternal emergency declared, until we grow the strength to remove it once and for all from our living space. Forever.
Most recently, Abbott ordered law enforcement to pull over any private citizen driving a group of migrants if they had a “reasonable suspicion” they had been detained by Customs and Border Protection and would have been expelled under the federal title 42 — which gives broad leeway to immediately turn back migrants over COVID-19 concerns.
It’s much more than a reasonable suspicion, it’s an absolute certainty that the disaster and the emergency is upon us. Just look at a demographic chart of the non-White population trends if there is for some strange reason any lingering doubt.
On Tuesday, Abbott ordered the Texas National Guard to begin arresting migrants at the Texas-Mexico border. Abbott said the guard members are needed to assist law enforcement in arresting migrants at the border who break state laws, such as trespassing and vandalism.
Trespassing, vandalism, the carrying of COVID — all are just examples of the real crime, which is invasion. If they were rolling in with tanks we’d meet the threat, but what they are rolling in with is far worse than tank shells: It’s themselves, and they bring cultural and civilizational death under the guise of “seeking a better life.”
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All this on Abbott’s part seems rather sensible, though he should be more forthright about his motives, or get the right motives, and he should go even harder and have done it earlier and keep doing it and never stop doing it until our living space is cleansed. Really, we need a Hitler, not an Abbott.
And you’d think that the people who are all for states’ rights on the immigration question when it comes to “Sanctuary Cities” could not in all good conscience oppose what Abbott is doing.
But, of course, they don’t have good conscience, or any conscience. That much is not surprising; the only amazing thing is they have the temerity to do it with a straight face. Though perhaps that’s not so amazing at all: Beings with the black heart to eradicate our people shouldn’t be expected to betray their evil in even the slightest way.
At least not by the look on their two faces.
And you can be sure they’ll dredge up all the same old arguments as to federal supremacy in the matter, as if everything is just right as rain. Why, from their verbatim assertions of this “fact” in an endless loop you’d think they really meant it.
A Justice Department attorney in a hearing Monday argued Texas attempted to unlawfully create its own “immigration regime.” Immigration policy is under the purview of the federal government.
Immigration policy is under the purview of the federal government.
The ACLU said Abbott’s order restricting the transportation of migrants is unconstitutional for a variety of reasons. “One is that the federal government — not the states — is in charge of immigration policy,” Huddleston said. “Governor Abbott has several times over the past couple of months attempted to create his own version of immigration policy and to enforce his own version of immigration policy. But the Constitution does not allow him to do that. Immigration policy is up to the federal government.”
In other completely related news:
On February 15, 2018 the ACLU urged the Senate to vote “no” on Amendment 1948 (Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act). The Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act perpetuates unconstitutional immigration detainer practices, and upends hundreds of community trust policies. Rather than taking a punitive approach to local law enforcement agencies that are working hard to balance their duties to uphold the Constitution and to keep their communities safe, the Senate should end DHS’s unconstitutional detainer practices, or fix the constitutional deficiencies by requiring judicial warrants for all detainer requests.
That is, in this instance the ACLU thinks it is perfectly all right for a state or a city to run its own immigration regime because that means more non-White aliens in America — but they say Texas can’t do likewise, because that would mean fewer invaders.
Migrant rights activists have characterized the governor’s action as unconstitutional.
US attorneys argue that Abbott’s order would interfere with the federal government’s ability to transport migrants between facilities.
It would interfere with them releasing them into the interior, you mean.
“The state of Texas is using state jails to incarcerate immigration violators, arresting people, immigrants, under the theory of trespass. …These are very, very problematic. And I would say, It invites a constitutional catastrophe,” said Geoffrey Hoffman, director of the University of Houston’s immigration clinic.
A constitutional catastrophe? The Constitution itself is a catastrophe. And how I know that is this: People allegedly trained in the Constitution and who are accepted by others as so trained, can talk out of both sides of their lying faces on this matter and still be accepted as “experts” and not what they are: traitors to our people.
Hoffman noted that Arizona tried to pass state laws turning federal immigration law into state violations in 2010. They lost more than they won. Texas’ attempts to incrementally usurp federal authority, he said, also likely won’t work.
How about the fact that every President since whenever you please has held up his hand and said “I will faithfully execute” and then proceeds not to uphold the laws of the land as to immigration, bur rather subverts them. Is that not a kind of usurpation?
It certainly is a far cry from faithful execution.
“The issue there in Arizona was that immigration enforcement is exclusively a federal matter. It’s not for the states to do,” he explained.
“He has directed the National Guard to begin enforcing domestic state law, something generally barred when the Guard is nationalized under the president’s control because of the Posse Comitatus Act.
“Over the last few months, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has pieced together his own shadow immigration policy to arrest thousands of migrants crossing into the country without proper documentation. It’s enforced by state troopers and the National Guard.”
What is “sanctuary” if not a shadow regime?
“Immigration policy is under the purview of the federal government — not states. So how did the governor amass this power, and is it legal?”
“Texas has no authority to interfere with the United States’ ‘broad, undoubted power over the subject of immigration,’” Attorney General Merrick Garland wrote.
US District Judge Kathleen Cardone said in her two-page order that the Justice Department was likely to prevail on its claim that the order signed by Abbott violates the Constitution’s Supremacy Clause by both conflicting with federal immigration law and regulating federal operations.
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The good thing is that Texas is fighting back. They should lead with the glaring inconsistency between the existence of “Sanctuary Cities,” which unbelievably no court has ever barred, and the opposition to what they are doing. You better believe they will pull some fancy legal footwork and some sophistries out of their backsides to paper over this issue, this issue of two-track justice — but let’s at least make them commit for the record their inane and illogical and mutually contradictory theories.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is taking the Biden Justice Department to task after a federal judge blocked his executive order allowing troopers to stop vehicles suspected of carrying illegal immigrants over fears they could spread COVID-19.
Abbott blasted the temporary order issued by US District Judge Kathleen Cardone of El Paso on Tuesday as “temporary and based on limited evidence.”
“We look forward to providing the Court with the evidence to support the Governor’s Executive Order to protect Texans,” he added.
May Abbott prevail in this; the cause is just and the time is ripe. And leave COVID out of it, the cause of keeping the mud out is compelling, just, and righteous on its own. And would it kill him not to cringe so much in front of the Jews?
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“In our constitutional system, a State has no right to regulate the federal government’s operations,” the DOJ argued in a motion asking the judge to block Abbott’s order.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton responded to the lawsuit in a statement last week, calling Abbott’s order “much-needed” and “perfectly legal.”
Much needed it is for sure, but in reality it should be the federal government with all its power that sets immigration policy and enforces it with aggression and with the full cooperation of every state, county, and city and every jurisdiction on the ground. But as long as the federal government continues persisting in its fiduciary breach in the matter, and as long as Democrat strongholds play fast and loose with reason and reality in their “Sanctuary” enclaves, states should take it upon themselves to protect our land from the invaders. And protect it with the full force of law.
After all, no one else is going to do it.
Until all of these bastards are stopped and removed from our nation forever, they’ll just wink and nod and continue with their Alice in Wonderland version of Schrodinger’s Immigration policy — now you see it, now you die.
They are two-faced for sure — and both faces are set against us.
So it’s time to fight back against these duplicitous slime. The question is: Who is to be master? That’s all.
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