Some in Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration reportedly felt relieved that the U.S. Supreme Court forced the administration to reinstate some of the Trump administration’s immigration policies. Their “relief” came as the Biden administration saw an explosion in illegal immigration on the southern border that many have said is a direct result of Biden’s policies.
“When the Supreme Court effectively revived a cornerstone of Trump-era migration policy late last month, it looked like a major defeat for President Biden,” The New York Times reported, referencing the Trump administration’s Remain in Mexico policy. “But among some Biden officials, the Supreme Court’s order was quietly greeted with something other than dismay, current and former officials said: It brought some measure of relief.”
The report noted that Biden’s steps to loosen “the reins on migration” was “quickly followed by a surge of people heading north, overwhelming the southwest border of the United States.” Every month, the number of illegal aliens apprehended at the border