Obama ignored any law he didn’t like and the judges he appointed do the same, this time creating a new right out of thin air for those who aren’t even citizens. The “Freedom to say
Illegal alien squatters who have been apprehended by ICE now apparently have the ambiguous “freedom to say goodbye” as some unwritten “moral obligation” we have to those who have chosen to intrude onto our territory to spend time with their families before getting the appropriate kick in the rear.
That is the latest bizarre determination by just another of the endless judicial agitators placed into positions of abuse by Hussein Obama and Bill Clinton. They have had the right to say goodbye to anyone here in the US all along. It’s getting them to do it and follow it up by leaving that has been a bit challenging for gutless politicians.
The Obama appointed Federal Judge, Katherine B. Forrest, wasn’t simply passing gas from her high and mighty perch, she emitted an equally offensive ruling on Monday in a case involving a “prominent” New York agitator. She ordered that Ravidath Lawrence Ragbir be released to his family. Only in America could one become prominent as an illegal without being immediately deported as a result.
Forrest acknowledged that ICE was acting lawfully when they picked him up and then went into a diatribe that served as her justification for violating the laws she’s supposed to be enforcing, dispensing some of that typical libtard spin to “make it okie-dokie.”
Forrest argued, in her “rare and great wisdom” that “larger, more fundamental” rights than federal law were at stake. She said, “In sum, the court finds that when this country allowed petitioner to become a part of our community fabric, allowed him to build a life with and among us and to enjoy the liberties and freedom that come with that, it committed itself to allowance of an orderly departure when the time came. By denying petitioner these rights, the government has acted wrongly.”
Forrest said she’s not overruling the deportation of the illegal alien, but instead delaying it indefinitely to allow time for those long goodbyes. A separate immigration court has ordered that he be removed and that ruling technically still stands.
Ragbir was a legal immigrant in 1994 but was later convicted of loan fraud and, upon completing his sentence, turned over to ICE for deportation. For some reason that process took two years, with him ultimately released in 2008 on an order of supervision, a form of federal custody outside of a facility. In the meantime he became an immigration agitator and has been fighting the system and his status.
DHS ended the years-long delay of Ragbir’s deportation earlier this month and informed him they would be initiating deportation proceedings. That’s when he probably started saying his goodbyes, as anyone would. But that reality wouldn’t provide him or the so-called judge with a means of manipulating the law.
In her ruling, Judge Forrest failed to define the parameters of an adequate goodbye or how long she, by virtue of wisdom that is superior to that of the US Congress which wrote the laws, has determined a proper goodbye should take. What if Ragbir talks really, really slowly – saying, one word per year and fills his sentences with a lot of “ums, uh’s and duhs?” Then there’s those hugs and kisses, it could take a long time and he’s not a young man.
While stating that the government had acted properly, Forrest got political and revealed the bias underpinning her DIY legal decision. She stated that despite compliance with the law, the outcome was unconstitutional and, true to her Obama grooming, implied that President Trump was an evil dictator of the worst kind.
She decreed, “It ought not to be — and it has never before been — that those who lived without incident in this country for years are subjected to treatment we associate with regimes we revile as unjust, regimes where those who have long lived in a country may be taken without notice from streets, home and work. And sent away.”
Sounding sickeningly like Obama spewing, “That snot hooey R,” she added, “We are not that country; and woe be the day that we become that country under a fiction that laws allow it.” The DOJ declined to comment. They’re probably still shaking their heads at the ruling and the ridiculous circus that our judiciary has become.
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