According to The Epoch Times, a gang of illegal immigrants has found the gal to bring legal claims against several Texas state officials. The objective of this bold act of defiance appears to be Operation Lone Star, which is focused on alleged constitutional infringements in relation to its criminal trespass strategy. Apparently, these people have not realized that they had intruded into the homes of others and the ramifications thereof. It appears that the left wants everyone to be equally ignorant.
Fifteen plaintiffs have declared their intent to squander even more tax dollars on this court battle. Also, the attorneys representing them intend to exacerbate matters by laying the groundwork for a potential class-action lawsuit involving another 2,000 illegal immigrants.
The cabal appears to be hanging on to the idea that there is an overincarceration of people of color, despite the fact that this is not a problem in the Black community since they are almost entirely lawful citizens of the United States.
“In particular, the Plaintiffs and Class Members have a common injury cause, which is the violation of their Fourth Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment rights,” according to the complaint.
“The state of Texas and participating counties have established, and are now executing, what is in essence a system of state immigration enforcement that targets African-American and Latino people for prosecution and stiffer penalties.”
Apart from the fact that they are seeking $18,000 per person for each day an inmate was allegedly held unlawfully, the attorneys in the case are demanding to reverse Operation Lone Star, which will almost certainly result in Texas’s political purpling progressing at a faster pace as it has in California.
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