Seriously, must it really be this difficult?

Think about it, we have only one U.S. Constitution.

 

It would seem easiest enough to in a nonpartisan way come to rulings that follow the law of the land.

This is what happens when leftists who feel compelled to adjudicate from the bench are allowed to do so.

It this case another Obama appointee has made a mockery of the Constitution.

 

 

Without the rule of law, we face anarchy.

That’s what they desire until strict constructionists decide it’s time to lower the boom.

Supreme Court Justices a given jobs for life, they may also be impeached. (Source)

It would appear now that it is the appropriate time to do so.

Judge rules courts can stop Trump deportations, halts ouster of Iraqi Christians

Poor progressives and their followers, known more for their hysteria than common sense.

To further make a joke of their position, they are not required to be lawyers, ever attended law school or ever judged a ping pong match in the case of Elena Kagan. (Source)

Another way to differentiate between a Republican president’s nomination and a Democrat’s is that Republicans rarely lie to the Senate Judiciary Committee as did Sotomayor and Kagan.  (Source)

Both, when asked about their position stated that Heller was case law and they would vote to uphold it.

When the first cases they dealt with on the Second Amendment, amnesia must have hit them as they voted on the side of the anti-gun crowd.

 

The Washington Times

 By Stephen Dinan

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

A federal judge late Tuesday halted the deportation of hundreds of illegal immigrants from Iraq, dealing at least a tentative blow to the Trump administration in a case that could signal even greater judicial intrusion into immigration policy.

 

In a case resounding with major implications for big separation of powers questions, District Judge Mark A. Goldsmith said federal courts have the power to step in and be a final appeal in immigration cases, even though Congress had tried to limit their powers and give the executive branch full control of deportations.

Judge Goldsmith, a Obama appointee to the bench, overruled Congress and said he had to step in to save the Iraqis from immediate deportation, saying otherwise they risked “death, torture or other grave persecution” back home.

 “Under the law, the federal district courts are generally the ‘first responders’ when rights guaranteed by the Constitution require protection,” the judge wrote. “In fulfillment of that mission, this Court concludes that it has jurisdiction in this case to preserve the fundamental right of habeas corpus and the duty to do so.”

His decision, though, leaves murderers, rapists and other serious criminals in the U.S. — for now.

Homeland Security had arrested several hundred Iraqis in May and June, and agents had their eye on 1,000 more who have been ordered deported but who had never been sent home because the Iraqi government had refused to cooperate in their removal.

 

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About JCscuba

I am firmly devoted to bringing you the truth and the stories that the mainstream media ignores. Together we can restore our constitutional republic to what the founding fathers envisioned and fight back against the progressive movement, Obama and the liberal media.
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2 Responses to Seriously, must it really be this difficult?

  1. JAFC says:

    The US Senate has the procedural authority to remove any federal judge. Maybe it’s about time it exercised its authority

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