Multiple States Already Rebelling Against Biden Just 1 Week into Presidency
Texas and Montana fight back against Joe Biden
Since Joe Biden issued a series of cripling executive orders within his first few days in office, he is now feeling the heat from multiple states.
But because of America's federal system, states still possess the power to push back against such orders.
Those states now fighting back against Biden include Texas and Montana.
Biden signed an executive order on Wednesday banning ‘gender identity discrimination’ against transgender individuals - allowing men who identify as women into female bathrooms, shelters, sports, etc.
The Montana House Judiciary Committee reacted by approving the ‘Save Women’s Sports Act,’ allowing the bill to move to the Montana House of Representatives for a vote.
House Bill 122, presented by Republican state Rep. John Fuller, acknowledges the biological differences between men and women, noting that sports are segregated by sex to promote fair competition.
The bill reads:
“The Legislature finds that there are ‘inherent differences between men and women,’ and that these differences ‘remain cause for celebration but not for denigration of the members of either sex or for artificial contracts on an individual’s opportunity.'"
The bill goes on to highlight the various biological differences between men and women, which included men’s generally “denser, stronger bones, tendons, and ligaments … larger hearts, greater lung volume per body mass, higher blood cell count."
“Having separate sex-specific teams furthers efforts to promote sex equality, and sex-specific teams accomplish this by providing opportunities for female athletes to demonstrate their skill, strength, and athletic abilities while also providing them with opportunities to obtain recognition and accolades, college scholarships, and the numerous other long-term benefits that flow from success in athletic endeavors,” the bill adds.
The representatives supporting this bill grasp the notion that you can’t have both sex-based rights and gender-based rights.
Then there is Biden's 100-day deportation freeze.
Biden and his administration also face a major lawsuit after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton brought the new legal action to prevent an “unconstitutional, illegal, and bad” freeze on deportations of illegal immigrants from the state.
Paxton stated that the lawsuit is brought after Biden refused to undo an order issued by his Department of Homeland Security.
Paxton wrote in a Twitter post:
“I told [the Department of Homeland Security] and [Biden] last night to rescind its deportation freeze, which is unconstitutional, illegal, and bad for Texas and the nation."
I told @DHSgov and @JoeBiden last night to rescind its deportation freeze, which is unconstitutional, illegal, and bad for Texas and the nation.— Texas Attorney General (@TXAG) January 22, 2021
They didn’t budge.
So #Texas is bringing them to court. Here’s our lawsuit: https://t.co/oR2cfG85Bz
According to Paxton, Biden's executive order’s halt on deportations would lead to major financial harm against the state.
The AG also added the order would have an increased burden for its legal residents.
“A higher number of illegal aliens in Texas leads to budgetary harms, including higher education and healthcare costs,” Paxton wrote in the lawsuit.
“This unlawful reversal will cause Texas immediate and irreparable harm if it is not enjoined.”