Hawaii Judge Rejects Second Attempt To Overturn Trump Travel Ban

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It appears that being the laughing stock of the American judiciary once was enough for Hawaii Federal Judge Derrick Watson. Hussein Obama is going to have to find a different lap dog to perform his next trick. On Thursday Watson refused to usurp the President for a second time, leaving his travel ban in place as written and permitted by the Supreme Court.

The libtards had tried to navigate another obstruction through a complaint that the Trump administration’s definition of a “bona fide” relationship was too narrow.

While the Supreme Court ruled the administration was within its constitutional authority and allowed its travel ban to proceed, they stipulated that those “with a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States” could enter.

Watson, apparently feeling that one spanking from the Supreme court is plenty, deferred the issue to them. He wrote in his order, “This court will not upset the Supreme Court’s careful balancing and ‘equitable judgment.’”

Hawaii’s pro-terrorism Attorney General, Doug Chin, felt that grandparents, aunts and uncles should be included on the list of people qualifying as close relations.

Hawaii attorney general Doug Chin objected to the administration’s omission of grandparents, aunts and uncles from its list of people meeting the definition of a close relationship. The Trump administration has already exempted a parent, spouse, child, adult son or daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling already in the U.S. Progressives never stop pushing.

The DOJ responded by email, “If the plaintiffs elect to proceed, we are confident that the U.S. Supreme Court will again vindicate the President and his constitutional duty to protect the national security of the United States.”

Terrorist enablers never stop pushing either. Hakim Ouansafi, president of the Muslim Association of Hawaii, said he respects Watson’s ruling but thinks there will be other opportunities to challenge the definition. Since you guys in DOJ aren’t doing anything in defending President Trump from Mueller’s marauders, why not at least investigate this terrorist trouble maker and get him out of the country, do something to help President Trump help America.

Ouansafi’s looking already, saying, “We will have people directly affected by this, for sure. When you exclude that many people, the circle is much wider.”

The Supreme Court defined the “bona fide” relationships for individuals as a close family relationship being required: A spouse or a mother-in-law would be permitted. So would a worker who accepted a job from an American company, a student enrolled at a U.S. university or a lecturer invited to address a U.S. audience. The Trump guidelines are within those parameters.


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