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Texas AG Paxton Slams The Biden Admin For ‘Inviting Illegals To Come’

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton shared thoughts on the border crisis, why he’s suing the Biden Administration and more.WATCH: Check out more from the Daily Caller News Foundation: Watchdog On Wall Street Says He’s ‘Very, Very Skeptical’ Of Better-Than-Expected Jobs Report Protesting To Mandate Freedom’: Truck Drivers Continue To Rally Against COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Reporter…

Exclusive — Texas A.G. Paxton: CCP May Be ‘The Biggest Threat to America’s Freedom’

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told Breitbart News that the Chinese Communist Party may be “the biggest threat to America’s freedom, even — it’s hard to say this — even more than the Biden administration.” In an interview on Breitbart News Saturday, Paxton touched on his office’s efforts to combat the Biden administration’s radical immigration agenda…

Exclusive — TX AG Ken Paxton: Biden Administration Is ‘Willing to Let People Die...

The Biden administration knowingly contributes to the injuries and deaths of thousands of Americans through its imposition of policies that reduce border security, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton noted on Thursday’s edition of the Breitbart News Daily podcast with special guest host Jerome Hudson. Insecurity along the southern border caused by the White House’s conduct…

Texas AG Paxton Investigating Drug Makers for Unauthorized Use of Hormones on Trans Children

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is investigating Endo Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and AbbVie Inc. for allegedly advertising puberty-blocking drugs for children who say they are “transgender” despite the drugs not having FDA approval for treating gender dysphoria. Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a press release announcing the probe: The manufacture, sale, prescription, and use of…

FNC’s Wallace to Texas AG Paxton on Vaccine Mandates Ban: ‘That’s Not Consistent’

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace during an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” told Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton that his position on COVID vaccine mandates was “not consistent.” Wallace asked, “You say Texas companies should take care of their own workers so, given that, how do you justify the governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, issuing…

Federal Appeals Court Temporarily Halts Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

President Biden’s much-touted vaccine mandate for businesses with 100 employees or more met a roadblock on Saturday when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Court issued a temporary stay blocking the mandate while considering a permanent injunction. The ruling from a three-judge panel on Saturday resulted from a stay sought by the states of Texas, Utah, Mississippi…

Federal Judge Blocks Joe Biden’s Halt to Deportations for Illegal Aliens

A federal district judge has blocked President Joe Biden’s halt to deportations for illegal aliens after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the administration. Hours after taking office on January 20, Biden signed an executive order that halts deportations of most illegal aliens for at least 100 days. The order came as illegal immigration…

Kasich: GOP AGs Suing to Overturn Biden Win ‘Are Morally and Ethically Bankrupt’

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Wednesday on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time” that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and the 17 state attorneys general who supported his lawsuit to contest the presidential election results of four battleground states were “morally and ethically bankrupt.” Kasich said, “I can’t believe what I am seeing in our country. These Republican leaders— and…

MI AG Nessel to TX AG: ‘Stay in Your Lane’ — Disenfranchise Voters in...

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D) said Wednesday on MSNBC’s “All In” that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit to contest election results of four key battleground states is “outrageous.” Nessel warned Paxton to “stick to trying to disenfranchise voters in your own state and don’t come to mine.” Nessel said, “I almost don’t know how to…

Texas Court Blocks Countywide Coronavirus Stay-Home Orders Despite Rising Cases

A Texas appeals court ruled that El Paso county cannot close nonessential businesses or issue a stay at home order for residents despite an increase in coronavirus cases, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday. El Paso officials ordered a countywide shut down in response to local health officials claiming that tent hospitals and morgue trucks…

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