The Governor of Texas issued orders to the Texas State Patrol.
So Merrick Garland sued to prevent it.
Gov. Abbott is likely to win--but not necessarily in court.
Gov. Greg Abbott claims the Biden administration has caused a 'constitutional crisis' after the U.S. Justice Department sued Texas to prevent troopers from stopping cars carrying migrants.
Abbott issued the statement after U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that the Justice Department had filed a lawsuit over an executive order the governor signed on Wednesday.
The Executive Order GA-37 tasked the Texas Department of Public Safety with stopping any vehicle suspected of carrying migrants and reroute them to their origin or impound them, claiming that they pose a risk of spreading the COVID-19. ...
Now Trailways, Greyhound, (or whoever) has to answer the question: how many of our buses can we afford to lose for the duration of this court battle?
That's a win--assuming that Abbott actually does what he SAYS he's doing.
No doubt Sister VirtueSignal of Catholic Charities will throw away a few of her vans because Other People's Money. But all that does is make Catholic Charities into a target of justifiable anger from actual Catholics.
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