KOMMONSENTSJANE – ANOTHER JUDGE WORKING AGAINST AMERICA AND ITS PEOPLE.

Another rogue federal judge is working against America and its people.

Who is paying for this invasion?

He is ruling by blocking the President who is trying to correct the illegal entry of non-citizens who are over loading the immigration system into the U.S which is a “national emergency.”

Right now we have over two million illegals in this country who are breaking the law every day by being in this country illegally and were not processed through the Clinton/Bush/Obama systems because those administrations wanted open borders to allow them to vote for democrats; and, this federal judge is only contributing more illegality by his illegal act as to allowing more illegals to enter without proper vetting.

These rogue judges are breaking the law themselves at the present time because they are not ruling to help the country but aiding and abetting the enemy by allowing sanctuary cities who are allowing illegals/criminals to vote and accept welfare which is against the Constitution and the laws of this country.

The Supreme Court should step in since they are one of the three-legged stool and stop these rogue judges from making law and playing “pick-up sticks” with the laws and the Constitution. The President is using a “national emergency” as the reason to curb this excessive abuse of our immigration laws.

It was evident that these same judges did nothing to stop Clinton/Bush/Obama allowing illegals to enter and to roam the U.S. countryside and usurping our treasury.

These democrat rogue judges should be impeached.

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Federal judge blocks enforcing Trump’s…

The Washington Post (the enemy of America).

In blow to Trump’s immigration agenda, federal judge blocks asylum ban for migrants who enter illegally from Mexico

A federal judge temporarily blocked the Trump administration from denying asylum to migrants who illegally cross the southern border into the United States, saying the policy likely violated federal law on asylum eligibility.

In a ruling late Monday, Jon S. Tigar of the U.S. District Court in San Francisco issued a temporary nationwide restraining order barring enforcement of the policy. President Trump’s action was announced Nov. 9, though the White House had as early as last month floated dramatic changes to the way the United States affords sanctuary to people fleeing persecution in their home countries.

The judge’s order remains in effect until Dec. 19, at which point the court will consider arguments for a permanent order. The administration offered no immediate comment overnight but has routinely appealed adverse decisions.

The president’s decree, now blocked, came just after the midterm election campaign, in which Trump made immigration and national security the GOP’s closing argument. He and his allies spread fear about the “Caravan heading to the Southern Border,” which, as he asserted without evidence in one pre-election tweet, included “criminals and unknown Middle Easterners.” In another, he warned of “some very bad thugs and gang members.” Labeling the movements of Central American migrants a “national emergency,” Trump last month deployed active-duty troops to the border.

But the federal judge said the president could not shift asylum policy on his own.

“Whatever the scope of the President’s authority, he may not rewrite the immigration laws to impose a condition that Congress has expressly forbidden,” wrote the judge, nominated to the federal bench in 2012 by President Barack Obama. He reasoned that the “failure to comply with entry requirements such as arriving at a designated port of entry should bear little, if any, weight in the asylum process.”

The ruling was the latest in a string of court decisions blocking the administration’s hard-line immigration policies, including its efforts to crack down on “sanctuary cities” and to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that affords legal protections for hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children.

(It tells you how wrong this judge – who is lying like a dog – because Obama wrote an executive order for DACA and he got by with it.)

The net effect, barring Supreme Court reversals, has been to substantially weaken the hand of presidents in an area where their authority has in the past been expansive.

Still, the administration has not been without victories. In June, the Supreme Court, by a 5-to-4 vote, upheld a revised version of the travel ban that aimed to keep foreigners from several Muslim-majority nations from entering the country.

The asylum case was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union and other advocacy groups on behalf of East Bay Sanctuary Covenant. The order reflects the judge’s view that the plaintiffs are likely to succeed on the merits, and would suffer irreparable injury from the executive action.

The rule pursued by the Trump administration would allow only people who cross at legal checkpoints on the southern border to request asylum, while those entering elsewhere would be able to seek a temporary form of protection that is harder to win and doesn’t yield full citizenship. The changes would amount to a transformation of long-established asylum procedures, codified both at the international level and by Congress.

In his proclamation, Trump said the changes were necessary to prepare for the caravan’s arrival, arguing that asylum seekers had no “lawful basis for admission into our country.” In justifying the policy, the administration relied on the same emergency authority invoked as grounds for the “travel ban.”

In a hearing Monday, Scott Stewart, a lawyer for the Justice Department, spoke of a “crushing strain” of migrants attempting to cross the border illegally. He alleged that most asylum claims were “ultimately meritless.”

But the judge seemed skeptical, observing that border apprehensions are near historic lows and that, regardless, federal law says all people on U.S. soil can apply for asylum, no matter how they arrived.

“If this rule stays in effect, people are going to die,” Melissa Crow, senior supervising attorney with the Southern Poverty Law Center, said after the hearing. “There are going to be people who fall through the cracks in our system.”

Tigar voiced concern for the fate of asylum seekers under the changes. The administration’s rule, he observed, would force individuals “to choose between violence at the border, violence at home, or giving up a pathway to refugee status.”

And in his decision, he wrote that the government’s argument that the manner of entry can be the lone factor rendering a migrant ineligible for asylum “strains credulity.”

“To say that one may apply for something that one has no right to receive is to render the right to apply a dead letter,” he argued. “There simply is no reasonable way to harmonize the two.”

The judge pointedly denied the claim that the president, by fiat, could give the manner of entry added legal weight as a determinant of asylum. He reasoned that the “interpretive guide” of United Nations compacts on asylum lent extra force to congressional requirements. The intent of Congress, Tigar wrote, was “unambiguous.”

“And if what Defendants intend to say is that the President by proclamation can override Congress’s clearly expressed legislative intent, simply because a statute conflicts with the President’s policy goals, the Court rejects that argument also,” the judge found.

Lee Gelernt, the ACLU attorney who argued the case, welcomed the ruling in a statement.

“This ban is illegal, will put people’s lives in danger, and raises the alarm about President Trump’s disregard for separation of powers,” he said. “There is no justifiable reason to flatly deny people the right to apply for asylum, and we cannot send them back to danger based on the manner of their entry. Congress has been clear on this point for decades.”

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Strange, America did not hear this same judge try to stop Clinton/Bush/Obama for their separation of powers when writing executive orders. In fact, Obama gave us DACA by going around Congress and writing an executive order. Didn’t see this rogue judge stand up and slap Obama down. Why was this – cause he was afraid that Obama would call him a “RACIST,” which is always the democrat way.

Executive orders written by each leader:

45 Donald Trump 85
44 Barack Obama 276
43 George W. Bush 291
42 Bill Clinton 364

And, I didn’t see this judge try to stop all of Obama/Hillary Clinton crimes.

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This judge should tell these people to go back to their own country and work to improve it – if they don’t like the way it is run.

In summation – these people are paid operatives who are working through one of Soros, Steyer, and Bloomberg socialist organizations to make America a part of the One World Order and wealth distribution.

Was this judge paid under that same table by Soros, Steyer, and Bloomberg to make this ruling?

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About kommonsentsjane

Enjoys sports and all kinds of music, especially dance music. Playing the keyboard and piano are favorites. Family and friends are very important.
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