Steve Doocy asks Judge Jeanine Pirro what Hawaii has in their situation that gives them an interest in and legitimate claim of a right to dictate US immigration policy as was just done by Obama’s classmate and friend, Judge Watson.
Judge Jeanine cites their argument, saying, “Well what Hawaii said was, ‘Look, this is going to be terrible, it’s going to have an incredible impact on our economy, because we’re not going to have any students coming from these countries.’ Hello, you don’t have anyone coming from these countries anyway. I mean, this is the most hypocritical reaction to the President and this executive order.”
Look, the bottom line is you’ve got a judge here, who, bottom line, hates Donald Trump. He’s an Obama appointee. But he is now saying, ‘What I am going to do is I’m not going to look at this executive order, and assess it on the four corners of the order itself, I will assess it based on things that Donald Trump said during the campaign.”
She asks, “Can you imagine if he said that to any corporation in America? ‘I will not judge this contract by what it says in the contract but rather what this guy said in a bar the other night or what he said to a friend the other day. That is just hogwash and if the establishment clause affects someone who lives in Somalia, who is not a citizen, who has nothing to do with this country, no nexus, no connection, no family, nothing. This is absurd.”
After it’s pointed out that Hawaii has taken in zero refugees, Judge Jeanine recommends that all refugees be relocated to Hawaii, which will provide the state with some type of standing if they’re going to insist on burdening the rest of us with these ridiculous impositions of phony, contorted legal interpretations.
She notes the next forum is the 9th Circuit or 9th Circus, which is the reason “why they did it in Hawaii.” While she won’t go as far as endorsing the idea of boycotting Hawaii, which she can’t or she’d be putting herself in jeopardy, the idea was raised for a reason.
What Judge Jeanine wants to point out is that “We are at a very critical point in this country. When judge start making decisions that are contrary to the fundamentals of the Constitution but of basic contract law, where you look at an instrument, an executive order and say, ‘I’m not going to assess it based on what it says, I think I’ll assess it based on what he said three months ago. Wrong. I’ve been a judge, I did this.”
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