Joe Biden has big ideas for his first 100 days in office.
But his schemes to control American lives may not go as smoothly as he thinks.
Texas is preparing for Joe Biden’s presidency with a plan that made him tremble.
Joe Biden made big promises to the radical left and with the Democrats controlling Congress, Democrats are expecting him to make good on his word.
According to the San Antonio Express-News, Biden has “vowed to roll back the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown, push policies addressing climate change and potentially forgive student debt for thousands of Americans.”
Biden has also talked about enforcing a nationwide mask mandate even though the federal government doesn’t have the constitutional power.
But Biden is also looking to make long-term structural changes, raising taxes on the rich to help pay for the Democrats’ spending spree plans.
However, Texas is planning on fighting the Biden administration and is reportedly preparing a number of lawsuits to combat his proposed agenda.
“The state is about to be back on the front lines battling against the federal government, a long tradition for its Republican leaders, from former Gov. Rick Perry to Gov. Greg Abbott — who as the state’s attorney general famously said, ‘I go into the office, I sue the federal government and I go home,’” the San Antonio Express-News continued.
The article noted that the Biden administration is expected to continue the legacy of the Obama administration and that Texas will “pick up where it left off,” as the state sued the Obama administration dozens of times.
On Sunday, Gov. Abbott shared the Express-News article on Facebook, commenting, “Texas will take action whenever the federal government encroaches on state’s rights, or interferes with constitutionally rights, or private property rights or the right to earn a living.”
Robert Henneke, general counsel at the conservative Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF), told the Express-News that “Litigation challenging unconstitutional action from the Biden administration will be a central issue.”
“Where the new administration seeks to go out of bounds of what powers have been delegated to it, or enacts policies and rules that aren’t supported by data and science, I expect that we’ll be chief among those challenging those type of policies,” he concluded.
One of the big differences that Trump has made is the fact that he appointed numerous federal judges and three Supreme Court justices during his four years in office.
These conservative justices need to stand up and protect America from the unconstitutional policies that the Biden administration is going to try and force on the American people; they can’t afford to sit this one out.
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