By Friday, October 27, federal agents were observed escalating their efforts to destroy Texas’s border barriers, using heavy machinery such as forklifts to uproot large sections of fencing to facilitate mass entry.
In response, Texas Attorney General Paxton immediately filed an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order. Within half an hour of the filing, the Biden Administration further escalated the barrier destruction, as agents were filmed using a forklift to smash the fencing against the ground repeatedly.
On Saturday Oct 28th, Texas filed additional documentation about this incident, and the motion for a temporary restraining order was granted the next working day, Monday, October 30. The federal court has set the hearing on Texas’s motion for preliminary injunction seeking to prevent the agents’ cutting, destroying, damaging, or otherwise interfering with Texas’s concertina wire fence for November 7, 2023.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed the initial lawsuit against the Biden Administration’s Department of Homeland Security, after numerous documented incidents of barrier destruction during a severe immigration surge in recent months.
These instances often included using wire cutters to create gaps in fencing then waving aliens through and assisting their entry in other ways. At times, agents were observed attaching ropes to pickup trucks to enable aliens to scale the riverbank and enter the United States.
When the state has been overwhelmed and it's unable to provide social services to illegal immigrants, and sends them to New York, and New York immediately regrets mouthing off about it's open door policy, and now evicts those immigrants from the shelters, by force, you might realize that central and south America countries have big problems socially and financially, and there is a mass exodus of those countries peoples into the USA, which really? Isn't coping well at all, and doesn't have the ability to insure operation of it's own government, short term or long term. Example, emergency funding for short term govt budget https://www.cbsnews.com/news/2023-government-shutdown-house-vote-today/