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 Post subject: Judicial activism?
PostPosted: February 10th, 2017, 12:36 pm 
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You bet.

I got this e-newsletter from Senate Conservatives and decided to share it here, although I do not have a link to share. You can go to their web site and it will likely be there, however.

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Yesterday, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the freeze put on President Trump's executive order temporarily halting the admission of refugees from several terrorist hotspots.

The decision has virtually no basis in law and is a clear example of judicial activism. When we get to the merits, I believe the President is going to win overwhelmingly on this.

The federal court ignored the authority given to the president by Congress to suspend the entry of aliens. There is no statutory or constitutional right for these aliens to be admitted into the country.

No matter how much liberals want it to be true, people in Somalia do not have due process protection under the Constitution!!

But sadly, the facts don't seem to matter when our courts are filled with liberal activists who put their personal political views above the law.

Yesterday's decision is another reminder of why it is so important for the Senate to confirm good judges who follow the law.


I was happy to read this because when DH and I were discussing this last night over supper I asked him about the Constitutional angle of this thing and he said he was pretty sure that people who aren't actually citizens of this country don't have the same rights as we do. Turns out he was right. I mean, I knew they didn't have rights here, but I think that THEY think the minute they come across the border they're protected - and that is where they're wrong.

I'm embarrassed for this country that our DOJ is beyond stupid. You can tell it's a leftist leaning group because they seem to have abandoned all logic and certainly are not following the law.

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