Justice Department Sues Texas, Orders Cripple Governor to Remove Cripple Toy Barrier

This cripple doesn’t have anything better to do than play with toys. He can’t go for a jog, or do rock climbing.

These nasty ass bitches in Washington should just leave him and his toys alone.

New York Post:

The Department of Justice slapped Texas with a lawsuit Monday over the floating border barrier that the state erected on the Rio Grande — ratcheting up the White House’s war with Gov. Greg Abbott.

Federal prosecutors said Abbott must remove the 1,000-foot-long barrier of buoys that was strung across the river earlier this month to thwart illegal immigrants, saying it was constructed without federal authorization, according to a civil complaint filed in Austin federal court.

“We allege that Texas has flouted federal law by installing a barrier in the Rio Grande without obtaining the required federal authorization,” Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta said in a statement. “This floating barrier poses threats to navigation and public safety and presents humanitarian concerns.  Additionally, the presence of the floating barrier has prompted diplomatic protests by Mexico and risks damaging U.S. foreign policy.”

Vanita Gupta is as American as apple pie – even if her face looks like a smashed-up muffin

Todd Kim, assistant attorney general of the department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division, which filed the complaint, added, “The Rivers and Harbors Act is clear in prohibiting the placement of any unauthorized barriers or obstructions in the Rio Grande and other navigable waters of the United States.

How are they allowed to argue that it should be as easy as possible for illegal immigrants to invade America?

What kind of country is this?

Who even are these people?

Why are they coming into my country?

“We intend to seek the appropriate legal remedies, including the removal of such obstructions in the Rio Grande,” Kim said.

The lawsuit also states Abbott did not request authority from the Army Corps of Engineers before beginning construction, violating the Rivers and Harbors Act.

Texas authorities began stringing the buoys along the Rio Grande two miles south of the Camino Real International Bridge in Eagle Pass, Texas, on July 7, according to the complaint in US District Court for the Western District of Texas.

The 4-foot-wide spherical buoys spin when they are grabbed, making them difficult to climb over midwater, and the structure can be moved to other sections of the river when necessary. It cost the state $1 million to design.

The Rio Grande is roughly 328 feet wide and also home to alligators.

I’ll tell you: I hate these toys a lot more than the Mexicans do.

The Mexicans are probably having a lot of fun playing with them.

The Rio Grande is now like a waterpark.