KOMMONSENTSJANE -POTUS HAS THE RIGHT BY THE CONSTITUTION TO PROTECT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

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Judge Robart is out of order and not following the Constitution.  His order is speculative and is not about the danger to the country – more about money than people’s lives.

As Judge Jeanine reiterated last night (I would take Judge Jeanine’s  word before I would Judge Robart since he is a rogue judge and does not have privileged information about the safety of our country) – the Constitution states POTUS has a right to protect the American people.

This Judge Robart is on the side of the refugees and big business paid the judge  – Amazon, Microsoft, and others who are members of the Bush I/Obama  One World Order and wealth distribution (they want cheap labor and are against our American workers )

WASHINGTON D.C. – A federal appeals court early Sunday morning denied the US government’s initial request to resume President Donald Trump’s travel ban.

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has asked for both sides to file legal briefs before the court makes its final decision after a federal judge halted the program on Friday.

What this means is that the ruling by US District Court Judge James Robart suspending the ban will remain in place — for now.

The US Justice Department filed an appeal just after midnight Sunday, asking to pause a sweeping decision from the judge that temporarily halted enforcement of several key provisions of President Trump’s executive order.
The controversial order banned foreign nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for 90 days, suspended all refugee entry to the US for 120 days and indefinitely suspended entry for Syrian refugees.

The strongly-worded filing by the Department of Justice argued that blocking the travel ban “harms the public” and “second-guesses the President’s national security judgment.”

The government’s emergency motion lodged a mutli-pronged attack on Robart’s decision, emphasizing the President’s broad authority in the immigration context.

“(Robart’s ruling) contravenes the considered judgment of Congress that the President should have the unreviewable authority to suspend the admission of any class of aliens,” the Justice Department wrote in its filing.

DOJ further argued that the parties who filed the lawsuit — the attorneys general of Washington state and Minnesota — lack the ability to sue in federal court because their alleged harms are too “speculative.”

Robart, a Bush appointee sitting in the Western District of Washington, ruled Friday that the states that filed the lawsuit, Washington and Minnesota, “have met their burden of demonstrating that they face immediate and irreparable injury as a result of the signing and implementation of the executive order.”

Robart went on to explain that Trump’s executive order adversely affects “residents in areas of employment, education, business, family relations, and freedom to travel.”

When the President was asked at a gala in Florida whether he was confident his administration would prevail in the appeal, Trump replied, “We’ll win. For the safety of the country, we’ll win.”

On Saturday, the Department of Homeland Security announced it had suspended “any and all” actions to implement the immigration order and would resume standard inspections of travelers, as it did prior to the signing of the travel ban.

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Yes, Judge Robarts, it is all about big business and money, isn’t it?  And, it will be on you and your business partners if anyone is hurt or killed by your no-ban.

This story has been updated to add details about the appeals process.

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