After the emergency declaration, the legal struggle will hinge on whether there actually is an emergency. And that emergency won’t be assessed based on what’s going on at the border, based on illegal alien murders of Americans or MS-13’s growth, but based on the thinking in Washington D.C. Courts will argue over whether President Trump followed procedure, what his statements, what votes in the House and the Senate prove, what claims made by think tanks mean, rather than based on what’s actually going on at the border.
The state of the border is usually held to be irrelevant by the open borders establishment. And that establishment will argue that there was no real need to declare an emergency.
And they’re right.
Any responsible political system would not have needed an emergency to secure an open border through which drug traffickers and a mass horde of illegal aliens pours through every single day.
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