The top lawyers for dozens of conservative states have “targeted several of his policies with legal challenges.” The deplorable attorneys general seem to insist on filing them in conservative jurisdictions like Texas. The judges there are all in favor of limiting “nanny-state” power.
His Wisdom Joe Biden was only in office a few days before a federal judge in Texas told him what to do with his Palace Decree
He wanted to stop the process for 100 days and federal judge Drew Tipton blocked it. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton demanded a “halt the Department of Homeland Security’s freeze.” Sure, Tipton agreed, granting the preliminary injunction and infuriating the palace.
Just last week, CBS reports, “a group of attorneys general from 21 states sued” His wisdom Joe Biden and the Palace “over his executive order rescinding the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.” Even though it pumps oil to Canada, the suit was filed in “the federal district court in Galveston, Texas, and assigned to Judge Jeffrey Brown, also tapped by Mr. Trump.”
CBS isn’t happy about that. In Louisiana they’re attacking the palace decree “halting new oil and gas leasing and drilling permits for federal lands and offshore waters, arguing it ‘contravenes congressional commands’ and should be blocked.”
Even the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package is causing grief for Joe Biden.
“Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost asked a federal district court in the state last week to halt enforcement of a provision in the plan that prohibits states from using a pot of $350 billion in state aid to offset tax cuts.” Arizona will be joining in on that one.
Donald Trump may be out of office, but his spirit lives vicariously through the three Supreme Court Justices and 242 judges to lesser courts. Biden is starting to feel the heat.