Skip to comments.Please donít go there, Mr. President
Posted on 02/13/2017 7:50:02 AM PST by Sean_Anthony
Open Letter to President Trump
Regarding: Presidents plenary power to suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants as vested in you by the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S. Code § 1182 (f).
I applaud you for keeping your campaign promises, particularly those pertaining to immigration and border enforcement. For the first time since 1993, I feel that my country is headed in the right direction in this respect.
I would like to urge you, though, to not yield to the Judiciary Branch even one tenth of one percent of your plenary power invoked in the Regarding line of my letter.
IGNORE THIS STUPID JUDGE!!!!!!!!!!!
HE HAS NO AUTHORITY OVER THE PRESIDENT
Right. Just ignore the judge. He is outside the guidelines of judicial authority.
What if Trump ignores the ruling and the “government” ignores him and accepts the court as the final say? And then the rinos would have their constitutional crisis.
‘Government’ can be fired.................
Over a thousand invaders merrily skipped through in the past few days.
HE COULD ADD JUDGES to the Supreme Court just like FDR tried to do....and since he has the house and senate there is nothing stopping him. He could do the same to lower courts.
In 1936, President Roosevelt issued a proposal in February 1937 to provide retirement at full pay for all members of the court over 70. If a justice refused to retire, an assistant with full voting rights was to be appointed, thus ensuring a pro FDR majority.
Trump can do it without an amendment.
First he needs to nuke the filibuster. Should have been done the 40 days ago. If the GOP doesn’t nuke the filibuster now asap it proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the GOP is the enemy.
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