During an interview with Joe Pags on The Joe Pags Show, where he initially showed up to discuss the most recent Roe v. Wade leak, Abbot recalled another Supreme Court decision, Plyler v. Doe.
“I believe we will take up the case and fight this point once more, because the costs are outrageous, and the times have changed dramatically since Plyler v. Doe was decided many decades ago,” Abbott said on Fox News.
In Plyler v. Doe (1982), the Supreme Court struck down a 1975 Texas state law that refused to provide funding for non-citizen children of illegal immigrants’ education. According to a Law & Crime article, “The case also challenged Texas’ policy of allowing local school districts to reject pupils not ‘legally admitted’ to the country and charge families $1,000 per student as compensation for the lost funding because of their enrollment.”
Furthermore, this case focused on the Equal Protection Clause, which bars states from discriminating against individuals based on their parents’ legal status. Other youngsters in Texas were not subjected to any discrimination, while children of illegal aliens faced significant disadvantages under the statute.
The Supreme Court ruled that Texas had illegally discriminated against non-citizen children of immigrants in a 5-4 decision.
At the federal level, there won’t be any significant policy changes. There’s too much paralysis and leadership in DC at this time, therefore it’s up to state governments like Texas to take the lead and develop immigration restriction laws that safeguard white people from becoming a hated and disarmed minority.
Biden has caused record-setting mass immigration and is on track to bring in more immigrants than any other president in history.
The number of apprehensions at the southwest border hit a 15-year high in March, with 172,000 people taken into custody, according to Customs and Border Protection data.
In his first two months in office, Biden overturned nearly all of Trump’s immigration policies, including the Migrant Protection Protocols.
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