Author Topic: Where does the Constitution say that California judges control our border policy?  (Read 154 times)

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Offline libertybele

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Where does the Constitution say that California judges control our border policy?

..........The Supreme Court only heard 60 cases last year. Meanwhile, the lower courts heard tens of thousands of cases, and their dockets are full of every political issue under the sun. If we are going to agree as a society that the judiciary now controls every political issue, including issues fundamental to our sovereignty, foreign policy, and national security, that essentially means that foreign invaders and smugglers and cartels control our destiny, regardless of who we elect as president or to Congress. Why? Because of California judges.

Late yesterday, Richard Seeborg, an Obama-appointed federal judge in the Northern District of California, issued a nationwide injunction on the administration’s pilot program for processing credible fear claims in Mexico, known as Migration Protection Protocols.

Rather than categorically suspending immigration requests at the border, the DHS issued a regulation in December to continue such claims but to have some of the illegal aliens wait in Mexico pending the outcome of the proceedings. As I’ve noted, statute is clear that the same way the president can suspend all entry, he can place partial restrictions or conditions on such entry, a point made by Chief Justice John Roberts himself last year in Trump v. Hawaii. But lower courts are always able to write orders more liberal...............

..........A judge, however, has no such power to “issue an injunction” to enable foreign nationals to come into our country without permission of the president. This judge’s ruling is as valid as an injunction placed by me on an administrative policy. Courts simply lack such power and have no power to enforce these political musings, exactly as Alexander Hamilton had in mind when discussing the lack of concern for judicial power grabs...........
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Offline Hoodat

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Where does the Constitution say that California judges control our border policy?

It doesn't.  Which is why Trump should tell this judge to pound sand.  And if anyone questions it, show them what the law actually says.  The US does NOT have to allow asylum seeker to enter the country and be released on their own recognizance.
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Offline IsailedawayfromFR

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Ignore him, DT.

The Constitution does demand you protect this country, as you swore you would.

Let's begin the 'Constitutional Crisis' manufactured by an outlaw judge.
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