Skip to comments.Judge sides with ACLU in voter registration fight, orders Kobach to go to school
Posted on 06/18/2018 8:32:11 PM PDT by aimhigh
U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson on Monday ruled a Kansas law that requires new voters to prove citizenship is unconstitutional and ordered Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to return to school as punishment for repeated violations of court rules.
Her 118-page ruling sides with the American Civil Liberties Union in a two-year legal battle over the laws burden and effect on elections. She provided a damning assessment of Kobachs witnesses, calling their evidence flawed, invalid, biased, irrelevant, unreliable and untrustworthy.
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I’ve a length of boiled and stretched hemp rope that sez you’re wrong.
Citizenship is REQUIRED for voting.
Sick of these tyrannical district judges who hate our country and want illegal aliens voting in our elections.
There must be recourse for removing lawless thugs in robes.
Who appointed her I wonder?
Once again reinforcing my assessment that unelected judges should be allowed to ‘serve’ no more than a one year appointment.
George Bush 43 appointed her.
Although she looks more like an 0bama appointee.
Corrupt judges can be impeached by Congress. This is basic check and balance, and it is the duty of Congress to do so.
What was Jefferson’s saying about the Tree of Liberty?
The beauty is the pissiness of this ruling almost ensures that any real, professional jurist has to overturn it. It’s just like the gay wedding cake case and the “civil rights commission,” the more pissy a leftist is in denying the truth the easier it is for an appeals that eliminates emotion and tries the case on its merits to overturn the pissy anger of the leftist judge.
Did he look into her eyes and see her heart too?
See post 2 for a good suggestion.
The Day of the Rope awaits.
They can be impeached and removed FRom office!
Sounds to me like this “Judge” is ripe for impeachment and removal!
And here I wuz thinkin’ that it was just some emotional thinking add-on to western civ legal theorizing.
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