Bush-Appointed Judge Bates Defies Trump

Posted August 3rd, 2018 by Iron Mike

DC District Judge John D. Bates just ordered the Trump Administration (Homeland Security) to RESTART DACA,  and then he gave them until August 23rd to file an appeal.

Bates (Bush Family toady) took the position that Trump’s decision to end DACA was ‘unlawful’,  – because he hadn’t EXPLAINED it enough….as if a nation being over-run by illegals isn’t sufficient reason on it’s face. Anybody else smell payback here?
Where in our Constitution does it say that petty judges get to make immigration laws?

3 Responses to “Bush-Appointed Judge Bates Defies Trump”

  1. GreenBeretLTC

    Like his father, G.H.W. Bush, G.W. was a Republican, but not a very good one. For instance, wouldn’t fight for what was “Right”, appointed some wrong judges (i.e. the subject judge….), and never saw a spending bill he didn’t like. But at the end of the day, we were better off with him than Gore and Kerry….. Just think of the mess they would have left us with. But then, maybe we wouldn’t have had to suffer through eight terrible years of Barack Hussein O ….

  2. Catherine

    I smell a judge who needs to be REMOVED from the bench for both malfeasance and oath-breaking. Let’s toss in criminal ignorance of the Constitution he SWORE to uphold in his judgments, too.

    It is the job of CONGRESS to set immigration policy, per Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution. DACA, being generated by the executive branch, was unConstitutional from its inception. It was explained in several of the Federalist Papers that an unConstitutional law was “a usurpation of powers NOT granted, therefore NULL, VOID, and of NO EFFECT.” (emphasis added)

    This ninny needs to sit in on a few of my classes.

  3. Sherox

    Just because a judge orders something does not mean that you have to listen. His order is based on nothing in the law.

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