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Texas Fires Back At Biden Hospital Order – They Just Sued Joe’s Administration For Trying To Override Supreme Court

Joe Biden, as usual, is trying to defy the courts and state laws to push a radical agenda. It seems this administration has little respect for the rule of law.

Now, he is trying to force hospitals nationwide to provide abortions, even though it might go against hospital policy and state law.

So, Texas is striking back.

From The Epoch Times:

Texas on July 14 sued the federal government over a recent document that says abortions must be performed even if the procedures are not allowed by state laws.

The guidance amounts to an abortion mandate and is illegal because it violates multiple laws, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, said.

Texas is once again suing the Biden administration. This time, it is over a recent order by Joe those forces hospitals to perform abortions.

Does Joe think he is a dictator? In what reality does a president have the right to mandate abortions, even when the Supreme Court ruled only states can decide abortion policy?

Biden and his Democrats are getting so desperate, that they’ll do anything to protect their radical agenda.

It doesn’t matter how extreme the move is or how much it violates the checks and balances laid out in the Constitution.

Texas AG Ken Paxton is fighting back, saying this ruling is illegal and violates “multiple laws.”

Texas will most certainly not be the only state to push back against this new order. Perhaps every red state that is banning abortion will join the suit.

It’s deeply troubling how often the Biden administration ignores federal court rulings, including ones from the Supreme Court.

Biden pushed numerous “mandates” that jeopardized American jobs. It took numerous court cases to end most of them.

He also defied federal courts and the Supreme Court by ending the “Remain in Mexico” policy.

What won’t this administration do to circumvent the Constitution and the will of the people?


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