(BLP) – Does the United States of America even have a border anymore? One may wonder about such a thing amid the unprecedented crisis at the United States border; a record estimate of almost a quarter million illegal aliens entered the country just last May!

Some are now wondering if the border will soon face an invasion even more drastic than what it has seen thus far. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is one such person, recently calling on Biden to keep the Trump admin’s “Remain in Mexico” policy in place after the Supreme Court’s Thursday ruling that they need not abide it. DeSantis suggested the border crisis would worsen substantially should the Biden regime choose to trash the policy.

“I also would like to just make a comment on how the US Supreme Court made a decision about the ‘remain in Mexico’ policy at the southern border,” DeSantis said at a Thursday press conference.
“They made Trump jump through a lot of hoops, and now they’re saying Biden can just get rid of it. That may actually be what the Constitution [says]but they’re treating him differently than they treated Trump, which I don’t think it appropriate.”

“Nevertheless,” he continued. “If Biden revokes the Remain in Mexico policy, you’re going to see the worst border crisis in history get even worse.”
The rule in question, previously brought into effect by the Trump administration, requires migrants seeking asylum from the United States southern border to wait in Mexico as their cases are decided.

Such news of no longer having to follow the policy was likely welcome to Joe Biden; his administration had vowed to end it once assuming office and had only not done so due to a December 2021 court ruling which had forced the opposite.

“It is not our preference to be reimplementing and re-instituting the [policy],” former Press Secretary Jen Psaki said at the time. “We are doing that because of a court order and legal requirement to do so, and that we have put in place a number of changes to make from the Department of Homeland Security to improve some humanitarian components.”
The Supreme Court voted 5-4 Thursday in favor of allowing the administration to let migrants allegedly seeking asylum flow into the United States unchecked, with Brett Kavanaugh, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan voting in favor, and Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Samuel Alito dissenting.

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