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We are all concerned about President Trump’s Executive Order to Ban the immigrants to keep us safe. President Trump has a lot more information at hand than does this Judge who is causing all of this kerfuffle. The judge does not have executive authority and is not following the Constitution.
The problem I see is the Department of Justice attorney wasn’t in the game with all of the stuttering he committed. He, certainly, didn’t come to the game with his game shoes on. Then we had the judge’s side who wasn’t in the game to begin with – he calls himself a conservative but up to now he hasn’t convinced me that he is one – more so a liberal at heart.
Now that we have chewed on the basics there is another consideration which should be considered in addition to the recent disputes over the ban of immigrants which has centered around the safety and danger of the United States, a very logical issue.
The other relevant issue is purely economic – for the following reasons:
- The United States is bankrupt, with a staggering national debt approaching $20 billion.
- For employment applicants, 80 percent of U.S. corporations require computer literacy.
- Solid data exists revealing a minimum of 10 million workers unable to obtain decent jobs due to lack of computer literacy.
- Many refugees and illegals likely lack computer literacy much less the ability to speak English.
- There are more U.S. citizens on entitlements (110 million) than working full time (100 million).
- The unprecedented rates of change taking place will undoubtedly increase, as many remain trapped in the industrial-age past, resisting change.
- The ability to gain votes for political power continues, with Greece, Venezuela, Portugal, and Spain as models of socialistic failures.
- The Democratic Party should be renamed the American Socialist Party.
More examples exceed the scope of this list, but emotion simply cannot prevail.
What’s at stake?
The Jan. 27 executive order included a 90-day ban on admission of nearly all citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. It also halted all refugee admissions for 120 days, indefinitely suspended admission of Syrian refugees and said the U.S. would give preference to refugees who are members of religious minorities. Immediately after that, hundreds of refugees, green card holders and visitors with valid visas were either detained at U.S. airports, deported upon landing or not allowed to board flights to the country. The Department of Justice later told a judge that Trump’s move had resulted in 100,000 visas that were canceled around the world. The Department of State clarified the number to be less than 60,000.
U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rules against Trump; travel ban will not go into effect
Feb. 9, 2017, 6:20 p.m.
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled to continue blocking enforcement of President Trump ’s travel ban. The unanimous decision means that a stay preventing a ban on immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries remains in place, at least for now. The ruling came after the three-judge panel heard arguments this week from the Justice Department and Washington state.
• In a significant pushback from the judiciary, appeals court upholds travel ban stay.
This judge’s ruling was made in a political vein and not under the Constitutional banner.
It is my recommendation that President Trump call in some outside help – Jay Sekulow and Tom Fitton, who want to help America. From what we are hearing that the present attorneys in the Department of Justice are still not on board. All of the attorneys who worked for Obama should be fired.