Senator Cruz issued a warning: Biden let “criminals, murderers, rapists” come to the United States

U.S. media outlet Breitbart News reported on Thursday that Senator Cruz issued a stunning rebuke to Biden‘s “more radical immigration plan than any administration in history” that day.

Cruz explained, “They’re proposing to allow everyone who has been deported from the United States in the last four years to come back, no exceptions for criminals, no exceptions for murderers, no exceptions for rapists. I would say it’s completely bizarre to have a federal government that refuses to enforce the law against violent criminals.”

Cruz noted that “frankly, it makes our country more dangerous ……”

“We are a nation of immigrants and there are wonderful people who came here and came here legally and had a right way to come to America,” the Texas senator said, “but the Democratic Party today has been radicalized and their positions are known to everyone and they are not even willing to bring violent criminals who are committing terrible crimes to justice.”

Meanwhile a federal judge blocked Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) halt to deportations of illegal immigrants, a blow to the administration’s dismantling of immigration enforcement.

Hours after taking office on Jan. 20, the Biden Administration issued a memo seeking to halt most deportations of illegal immigrants for a period of at least 100 days. In response, Texas Attorney General Paxton filed a lawsuit seeking a preliminary injunction against Biden’s “illegal” order to stop deporting immigrants.

On Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Drew B. Tipton granted the preliminary injunction, meaning that the Biden administration cannot implement the halt to deportations until the case is resolved by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit or the U.S. Supreme Court.

Dale Wilcox of the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRRI) said Judge Tipton’s ruling blocking the halt to deportations “should be upheld on appeal” and called Biden’s memo “a bizarre and insidious attempt to shut down the entire U.S. immigration enforcement system.