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Abbott ‘Absolutely’ Willing To Take Floating Barrier Legal Fight To Supreme Court

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Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas is prepared to take a legal fight over a water barrier in the Rio Grande to the Supreme Court if necessary.

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined Abbott’s request to reverse a lower court decision to remove the buoys.

He plans to keep the buoys in place and is willing to take the fight to the Supreme Court. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

“We will be seeking what’s called an unbuffed ruling by the entire district court of appeals, and if we lose there, we will take that to the United States Supreme Court because we know Texas has the right to legally deploy those buoys in the water to prevent people from entering our country and our state illegally,” said Gov. Greg Abbott.

Abbott also expressed surprise over the failure of a bill to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and called Mayorkas the person most deserving of impeachment in the current administration.

The recent court ruling was a victory for the Biden administration, and Abbott plans to seek an immediate en banc hearing.

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