Crazy Flynn Judge Strikes Down Asylum Law, Orders Return of Invaders


#1

The lunatic federal judge who acted in the Flynn case Tuesday was busy acting crazy again on Wednesday.

He ruled that most of former attorney general Jeff Sessions’ decision from June — making asylum claims more difficult to advance by those claiming domestic or gang-related violence — was illegal.

How can it be illegal when the law does not allow for it? We now have to take in much of the world. Asylum seekers can claim anything as a reason.

US District Judge Emmet Sullivan struck down those parts of the June decision from Sessions that Sullivan found violated federal law and ordered the federal government to return those people to the US who had been deported as a result of the Sessions’ decision.

The judge went on to find that that purpose of Sessions’ policy, to heighten the standards for consideration of asylum claims at the initial, “credible fear” stage was “fundamentally inconsistent” with the standards set by Congress, according to Buzz Feed News.

Read his decision on this link.

This is the same judge who thought on Tuesday that General Flynn was a traitor.

We have some real idiots sitting on the federal court bench.


#2

This ASSHOLE judge is claiming that Trump abused his power? :exploding_head: The JUDGE is the one abusing the power of his position to ‘make’ law. The constitution gives the Executive power over immigration!


#3

And Roberts was wrong there are liberal judges and conservative judges.

This is a liberal judge.


#4

Asylum must be sought at the neighboring closest embassy, which is not America. Judge Sullivan is a criminal traitor, helping to run white genocide for the globalists and needs to have a loyal law enforcement officer arrest his Commie ass off his bench, reminding the globalists that this is OUR Country.


#5

I didn’t know that judges have the power to ORDER the President to spend taxpayer money?

Think about it - Spooby Sullivan ordered Trump to spend OUR MONEY to fly illegals BACK TO THE USA so more taxpayers money can be spent representing them in their bogus asylum cases.


#6

I like how he thinks he has power to dictate how we handle shit that is literally out of his jurisdiction.


#7

The judge may appear crazy but this is more complex than it appears. As in other areas of the law, the function of executive agencies in the field of immigration is to enforce the legislation passed by Congress. The structure of the federal executive agencies that administer and enforce the immigration laws is discussed in chapter 3. Once Congress determines which classes of non-citizens will be denied admission or removed, the executive decides who fits within each class. Since the executive has no inherent power over immigration, it must stay within the grant of authority defined by the statute. Any unauthorized executive decisions are illegal and the courts may overturn them. Mahler v. Eby (Sup.Ct.1924).


#8

READ THIS IN ITS ENTIRETY!!

It explains much about the powers of the President in dealing with immigrants. legal or illegal.

http://myattorneyusa.com/scope-and-history-of-section-212f-presidential-authority-to-suspendrestrict-entry-by-proclamation


#9

If only we had someone with nuts in the WH that would order the military to lynch said judge and livestream it.


#10

Sorry, Charlie! Lynching is now a HATE CRIME!


#11

That isn’t true. It can be sought here in the US. The requirement is that the potential asylees must present themselves at the nearest port of entry or to BP as soon as they can upon entering the US.

The law needs to be changed making it unlawful for anyone to enter the US illegally and then claim asylum and to make anyone who has entered the US illegally completely ineligible to even apply.

That would turn the tidal wave at the border into a trickle.


#12

No, that would be murder.


#13

That isn’t true.

“The exclusion of aliens is a fundamental act of sovereignty … inherent in the executive power,” the Supreme Court said in 1950. And lest there be doubt, Congress adopted a provision in 1952 saying the president “may by proclamation and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens and any class of aliens as immigrants or non-immigrants” whenever he thinks it “would be detrimental to the interests of the United States.”

To clarify, congress passed this statute.

8 U.S.C. § 1182(f)

The government’s statutory case hinges primarily on 8 U.S.C. § 1182(f), which provides:

Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.

http://joshblackman.com/blog/2017/02/05/the-statutory-legality-of-trumps-executive-order-on-immigration/