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A Temporary Victory for Texas Border Security

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Judge Alia Moses of the U.S. Western District of Texas has ordered the federal government to cease cutting through the razor wire installed by Texas along the Rio Grande. Scheduled to remain in effect until a hearing on November 7, 2023, in Del Rio, Texas, this order is a temporary win for Texas’ right to secure its own borders. However, it’s crucial to remember that this is a provisional measure. The only way to ensure a permanently secure border for Texas is through its transition to a self-governing, independent nation—a key tenet of the TEXIT movement.

The order is a response to a lawsuit from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who aims to stop federal border authorities from interfering with the state’s razor wire installations. These wires are strategically placed on private properties along the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass, with the consent of the property owners. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the named defendant, has yet to respond to the lawsuit.

Judge Moses ruled in favor of Texas, meeting the required four-part test for a temporary halt to federal actions. However, the order includes an exception for medical emergencies that could result in serious injury or death.

While the injunction is significant, it is a temporary measure that could be overturned or modified in future court rulings. It serves as a reminder that, under the current federal system, Texas’ ability to enforce its own laws and secure its borders is always subject to federal oversight and interference.

For those who advocate for Texas independence, this case underscores the limitations of state sovereignty under the current federal framework. It serves as a compelling argument for why Texas should become a self-governing, independent nation, free from federal interference and capable of making its own decisions about border security.

Texas’ border enforcement measures are currently the subject of multiple federal court actions. These legal battles highlight the ongoing tension between state and federal authorities and reinforce the argument for Texas independence.

While the court’s decision is a step in the right direction, it is a temporary measure that could be subject to change. The only way to ensure that Texas has a permanently secure border is through its independence. As Texas continues to grapple with federal interference in its affairs, this case serves as a poignant reminder that the path to a secure and prosperous Texas lies in its transition to a self-governing, independent nation. The TEXIT movement continues to advocate for this ultimate goal, recognizing that temporary legal victories are not a substitute for the permanent solutions that only independence can bring.

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