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Federal judge orders TX to remove RIO GRANDE BUOYS
A federal judge ordered Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to remove his buoy border barrier floating in the Rio Grande river, according to a Wednesday court filing.

U.S. Judge for the Western District of Texas David Alan Ezra, who was appointed by then-President Ronald Reagan, ruled that Texas’ actions have “irreparably” harmed “public safety, navigation, and the operations of federal agency officials in and around the Rio Grande,” according to the filing. Abbott announced the border barrier in June in an effort to curb illegal immigration into his state. (RELATED: Former Border Patrol Chief Says ‘Chainsaw Devices’ On Abbott’s River Buoys Prevent Climbing, Are Not Dangerous)

“With respect to the buoy barrier that is currently in place, this is a Preliminary Injunction and not a final disposition of this case on the full merits, so this Court is counseled to act in a measured way. As a result, the Court is directing that the buoy barrier be moved from the main waters of the Rio Grande River to the riverbank, rather than removal entirely from the river, so that the barrier does not impede or impair in any way navigation by airboats or other shallow draft craft along the Rio Grande River,” the judge wrote in the latest filing

“The evidence has established that this can be done in a rather expeditious manner, as the Governor himself ordered movement of the buoy barrier, which the federal government maintained was in part in Mexican waters to a position closer to the United States side of the river,” the judge wrote.




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Re: Federal judge orders TX to remove RIO GRANDE BUOYS
Rather than remove them, we will add clutch engaged centrifugal chainsaws to them.
Let’s make it 110.
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Re: Federal judge orders TX to remove RIO GRANDE BUOYS
Matters not.

People who own the property along the Rio, also own, I think it is about 15 feet, into the waterway.

This judge has zero authority to take property rights from these owners.

If the owners gave the state permission to place the floaters, they are there legally. There is also the matter of the state having easement rights at the edge of properties.

The feds have no jurisdiction and this judge knows so.

The floaties will stay.
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Re: Federal judge orders TX to remove RIO GRANDE BUOYS
Matters not.

People who own the property along the Rio, also own, I think it is about 15 feet, into the waterway.

This judge has zero authority to take property rights from these owners.

If the owners gave the state permission to place the floaters, they are there legally. There is also the matter of the state having easement rights at the edge of properties.

The feds have no jurisdiction and this judge knows so.

The floaties will stay.
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From what I read, the judge didnt say remove them, just move them closer to the riverbank..
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thanks for the pine
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THE SAME PEOPLE WHO SAID NO GUNS BECAUSE OF POLICE NOW WANT TO DEFUND THE POLICE!!!!

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They don't really care whether the truth gets out, because the public no longer knows what's meant by "the truth."

Well, I mean, no one can tell the difference anymore between what's real and what's fake.

Anyway, the point is, I can tell you all of this, right out in the open, because it doesn't matter who knows about it. They won't know whether to believe it or not.-
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And tell the Feds to go FUCK themselves
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A federal judge ordered Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to remove his buoy border barrier floating in the Rio Grande river, according to a Wednesday court filing.

U.S. Judge for the Western District of Texas David Alan Ezra, who was appointed by then-President Ronald Reagan, ruled that Texas’ actions have “irreparably” harmed “public safety, navigation, and the operations of federal agency officials in and around the Rio Grande,” according to the filing. Abbott announced the border barrier in June in an effort to curb illegal immigration into his state. (RELATED: Former Border Patrol Chief Says ‘Chainsaw Devices’ On Abbott’s River Buoys Prevent Climbing, Are Not Dangerous)

“With respect to the buoy barrier that is currently in place, this is a Preliminary Injunction and not a final disposition of this case on the full merits, so this Court is counseled to act in a measured way. As a result, the Court is directing that the buoy barrier be moved from the main waters of the Rio Grande River to the riverbank, rather than removal entirely from the river, so that the barrier does not impede or impair in any way navigation by airboats or other shallow draft craft along the Rio Grande River,” the judge wrote in the latest filing

“The evidence has established that this can be done in a rather expeditious manner, as the Governor himself ordered movement of the buoy barrier, which the federal government maintained was in part in Mexican waters to a position closer to the United States side of the river,” the judge wrote.




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Hmm...
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Matters not.

People who own the property along the Rio, also own, I think it is about 15 feet, into the waterway.

This judge has zero authority to take property rights from these owners.

If the owners gave the state permission to place the floaters, they are there legally. There is also the matter of the state having easement rights at the edge of properties.

The feds have no jurisdiction and this judge knows so.

The floaties will stay.
 Quoting: LJS


Never a good idea to think you know all there is to know about water or other riparian rights in the desert SW. Especially ownership rights.

In Albuquerque alone we have 7 different law firms specializing in water rights. Seven. As a broker I found it wise to refer these types questions to the experts.

As far as the feds ... it's an international border.
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Re: Federal judge orders TX to remove RIO GRANDE BUOYS
Matters not.

People who own the property along the Rio, also own, I think it is about 15 feet, into the waterway.

This judge has zero authority to take property rights from these owners.

If the owners gave the state permission to place the floaters, they are there legally. There is also the matter of the state having easement rights at the edge of properties.

The feds have no jurisdiction and this judge knows so.

The floaties will stay.
 Quoting: LJS


From what I read, the judge didnt say remove them, just move them closer to the riverbank..
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Op gotta get views with the click bait title.
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Re: Federal judge orders TX to remove RIO GRANDE BUOYS
A federal judge ordered Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to remove his buoy border barrier floating in the Rio Grande river, according to a Wednesday court filing.

U.S. Judge for the Western District of Texas David Alan Ezra, who was appointed by then-President Ronald Reagan, ruled that Texas’ actions have “irreparably” harmed “public safety, navigation, and the operations of federal agency officials in and around the Rio Grande,” according to the filing. Abbott announced the border barrier in June in an effort to curb illegal immigration into his state. (RELATED: Former Border Patrol Chief Says ‘Chainsaw Devices’ On Abbott’s River Buoys Prevent Climbing, Are Not Dangerous)

“With respect to the buoy barrier that is currently in place, this is a Preliminary Injunction and not a final disposition of this case on the full merits, so this Court is counseled to act in a measured way. As a result, the Court is directing that the buoy barrier be moved from the main waters of the Rio Grande River to the riverbank, rather than removal entirely from the river, so that the barrier does not impede or impair in any way navigation by airboats or other shallow draft craft along the Rio Grande River,” the judge wrote in the latest filing

“The evidence has established that this can be done in a rather expeditious manner, as the Governor himself ordered movement of the buoy barrier, which the federal government maintained was in part in Mexican waters to a position closer to the United States side of the river,” the judge wrote.




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 Quoting: Coastie Patriot


This is where we see if the Governor of Tx wheels is worth his salt.

If he's worth his salt, he's gonna tell the fedgov to fuck off and we're gonna see a constitutional crisis and a bunch of other very not fun BUT NECESSARY FALLOUT!

We desperately need at least one of "our guys" in power to to stand up and tell the federal government MAKE ME!

We all know a conflict is coming but unless and until we create an inflection point there is no stopping the plan that has been implemented against us.
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Matters not.

People who own the property along the Rio, also own, I think it is about 15 feet, into the waterway.

This judge has zero authority to take property rights from these owners.

If the owners gave the state permission to place the floaters, they are there legally. There is also the matter of the state having easement rights at the edge of properties.

The feds have no jurisdiction and this judge knows so.

The floaties will stay.
 Quoting: LJS


Never a good idea to think you know all there is to know about water or other riparian rights in the desert SW. Especially ownership rights.

In Albuquerque alone we have 7 different law firms specializing in water rights. Seven. As a broker I found it wise to refer these types questions to the experts.

As far as the feds ... it's an international border.
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The feds can get fucked.

We will either do their job for them directly in spite of them or we'll watch our country fail completely
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Re: Federal judge orders TX to remove RIO GRANDE BUOYS
From what I read, the judge didnt say remove them, just move them closer to the riverbank..
 Quoting: ~V~


The Rio is International, navigable waters and is under federal jurisdiction. The waters are divided so each country is responsible for the upkeep of their bank. Moving the barrier to the US side is a legal order. Barriers located where navigation might be impeded is a violation.





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