The US Supreme Court has deicded to allow the Trump administration to enforce all aspects of the travel ban on 7 countries as challenges are heard in lower, subjective, liberal
Once and if President Trump is able to maneuver past the fake legislative judiciary network that Hussein Obama put into place, the leftist black-robed tyrants, he generally has a fair chance of getting an objective ruling from the Supreme Court.
Barring the occasional unexpected actions of Chief Justice Roberts, the court has not been nearly the sewer of subjective despotism that the lower courts have.
The Supreme Court illustrated that point on Monday by allowing the Trump administration to fully enforce his national security travel bans on persons from seven nations with problematic populations and high risk of terrorism. Those nations are Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen.
The two votes in opposition were predictably, ACLU toadie Ruth Bader Ginsburg and minority supremacy agitator Sonia Sotomayor. The fact that they allowed it to take effect while challenges are still working their way through the system indicates a similar vote in the future, once lower courts make their decisions.
The libtard Obama choom judge in Hawaii, Derrick Watson, and other black-robed agitators had decreed that people from those nations need merely to claim to have a “bona fide” relationship with someone in the United States in order to demand entry into the country. Even distant relatives and non-familial situations were included.
Two extreme leftist US Circuit Courts of Appeal, the San Francisco-based 9th and the 4th in Richmond, Virginia, will be hearing arguments in the case this week and are expected to once again rule in favor of open borders and against American sovereignty and security.
The San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, will be holding arguments on the legality of the ban this week. Both courts are dealing with the cases on an expedited basis and the Supreme Court has signaled they expect decisions “with appropriate dispatch.”
A quick decision by those courts would leave enough time on the calendar for the Supreme Court to render their decision before the current term ends in June. It seems the Supreme Court members, at least seven of them, understand the separation of powers and that the Constitution does not provide for us to be governed by illegitimate black-robed usurpers.
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