By Duncan Smith

Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell may not be getting along very well right now, but for four years they made a great tag-team.

Between the two of them, along with the GOP majority in the Senate, they managed to fill hundreds of vacant federal judgeships.

Federal courts, appeals courts, and of course, three Supreme Court nominees, though the latter hasn’t seemed to help much in recent weeks.

Nevertheless, it is those lower court appointments that are going to be the biggest bulwark against the full implementation of the Marxist agenda being pursued by Joe Biden’s handlers.

And pro-American Trump voters got a huge break from one of those judges just this week.

Conservative Brief reports:

A federal judge in Houston did exactly the right thing late Tuesday when he permanently blocked Joe Biden from imposing a 100-day moratorium on the vast majority of illegal alien deportations.

In his preliminary injunction, U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton agreed with the state of Texas that imposing the moratorium was a violation of federal law that also would impose additional expenditures on the Lone Star State.

Tipton's injunction extends a previous temporary moratorium he issued on Jan. 26; that order was going to expire on Tuesday. …

Tipton also found that the Biden regime neglected to justify why a deportation pause was necessary in the first place — through it's understandable that Biden's left-wing handlers would leave out that part since 'political expediency' and 'so we can change the country's founding culture' aren't valid reasons.

Trump’s legacy in filling court vacancies is what may be the sole method of defending our republic against the Democrat left’s encroaching tyranny — long enough for leaders in his mold to retake Congress in 2022 and then the White House in 2024.

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