U.S. attorney general tells Texas to rescind immigrant COVID-19 order | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

U.S. attorney general tells Texas to rescind immigrant COVID-19 order

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday warned Texas Governor Greg Abbott to "immediately rescind" a new executive order aimed at curbing the travel into the state of undocumented immigrants who may pose a risk of transmitting COVID-19.

"The order violates federal law in numerous respects, and Texas cannot lawfully enforce the executive order against any federal official or private parties working with the United States," Garland told Abbott in a letter.

He added that if Texas continues to implement the ground restrictions on migrants, then the Justice Department will "pursue all appropriate legal remedies."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The DOJ is again overstepping their legal bounds.

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