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FILE - A migrant waits on the Mexican side of the border after United States Customs and Border Protection officers detained a couple of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border on the beach, in Tijuana, Mexico, Jan. 26, 2022. A federal judge in Louisiana has on Wednesday, April, 27, 2022, ordered the Biden administration to stop phasing out a public health rule that allows the expulsion of migrants without an opportunity to seek asylum. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte, File)

MS-13 gang members cross southern border

MS-13 gang members have continued to flood into the country under President Biden’s open border policy with many creating new homes in New York. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair spoke to congressional candidate George Santos about the situation.


Migrants caught crossing the US-Mexico border are loaded into a transport van by US Border Patrol agents in Sunland Park, New Mexico on July 22, 2021. - Many advocates from national organizations urge President Biden to end Title 42 expulsions, a public health order issued in March 2020 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to prevent the cross-border spread of Covid-19 resulting of hundreds of thousands of migrants expelled within hours of detention and therefore deny the opportunity to state their case for staying in the country. (Photo by PAUL RATJE / AFP) (Photo by PAUL RATJE/AFP via Getty Images)

GOP senators react to prospect of a judicial ruling to pause end of Title 42

Republican senators are welcoming the prospect of a federal judge placing a pause on the expiration of Title 42 while pointing out that the Biden administration still has no plan to stem the tide of illegal migrants at our southern border.

Republican senators are welcoming the prospect of a federal judge placing a pause on the expiration of Title 42 while pointing out that the Biden administration still has no plan to stem the tide of illegal migrants at our southern border. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.