For a long time now, the Federal Courts have been overstepping their authority as an arbiter of the Constitution. The have been legislating from the bench and carrying out the liberal progressive agenda at the cost of strict constitutionalism. With U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Hawaii deciding that he, and not Congress or the President controls the borders, he has gone way too far. Will Congress act? Someone needs to.
As Written By Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Review
The federal judiciary has declared war on this nation’s sovereignty. They are engaging in nullification and civil disobedience by manipulating the rules of standing, bastardizing the Constitution beyond recognition, nullifying the most foundational sovereignty statutes, and overturning the most settled area of case law. It’s time for Congress to act – now.
It’s not even worth delving into the details of the temporary restraining order issued by U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Hawaii. The notion of granting an affirmative right to immigrate for people who never stepped foot on our shores, and a First Amendment religious freedom right for foreigners to immigrate (but, of course, not for American Christian business owners) is the most radical manifestation of judicial tyranny imaginable.
We have already thoroughly covered the legal aspects of the immigration order [see links at bottom]. Trump had just as much power to enact the first order as he did this order, but the implications of Wednesday’s court ruling are even more dangerous.
What Judge Derrick Watson and the courts today are saying is that even Congress can’t limit any immigration of their chosen classes, even when, in the case of refugees, the moratorium applies to every country in the world.
CONTINUE READING ABOUT COURTS VS CONGRESS HERE: The courts have fired the opening shots. Will Congress finally declare war?