Hawaii: Asiatic Terrorist Judge Issues Order Blocking President Trump’s New Moslem Ban

Published On 03/15/2017 | By Marcus Cicero | Featured Articles, News, U.S. News

Trusting the courts to deal with issues pertaining to the safety of America and its people is now akin to using a filth-soaked rag for treating a leaking infected wound.

In the future, President Trump – or whoever comes after him – is going to have to make a very important decision in regards to the Judiciary.

Is it worth letting the United States collapse into Third-World status in order to protect the Constitution – now treated as a literal holy relic by the cucks?

Or is it better to employ draconian measures to scrap an entire branch of government, purge the traitorous vermin embedded throughout, and start anew?

I know what I would do, but how will our Leader play the same hand?

At this point everything is still up in the air, but perhaps yet another stab in the back will help to sway his opinion on the subject.

From New York Times:

A federal judge in Hawaii issued a nationwide order Wednesday evening blocking President Trump’s ban on travel from parts of the Muslim world, dealing a political blow to the White House and signaling that proponents of the ban face a long and risky legal battle ahead.

The ruling was the second frustrating defeat for Mr. Trump’s travel ban, after a federal court in Seattle halted an earlier version of the executive order last month. Mr. Trump responded to that setback with fury, lashing out at the judiciary before ultimately abandoning the order.

He issued a new and narrower travel ban on March 6, with the aim of pre-empting new lawsuits by abandoning some of the most contentious elements of the first version.

But Mr. Trump evidently failed in that goal: Democratic states and nonprofit groups that work with immigrants and refugees raced into court to attack the updated order, alleging that it was a thinly veiled version of the ban on Muslim migration that he had pledged to enact last year, as a presidential candidate.

Administration lawyers argued in multiple courts on Wednesday that the president was merely exercising his national security powers and that no element of the executive order, as written, could be construed as a religious test for travelers.

But in the lawsuit brought by Hawaii’s attorney general, Doug Chin, Judge Derrick K. Watson appeared skeptical of the government’s claim that past comments by Mr. Trump and his allies had no bearing on the case.

“Are you saying we close our eyes to the sequence of statements before this?” Judge Watson, who was appointed by former President Barack Obama, asked in a hearing Wednesday before he ruled against the administration.

The judge’s order was not a ruling on the constitutionality of Mr. Trump’s ban, and the administration has consistently expressed confidence that courts will ultimately affirm Mr. Trump’s power to issue the restrictions.

But the legal debate is likely to be a protracted and unusually personal fight for the administration, touching Mr. Trump and a number of his key aides directly and raising the prospect that their public comments and private communications will be scrutinized extensively.

Look at these creatures, White Man, and tell me what you think.

Tell me how you feel knowing that Somebody Else’s Babies – the judge on the left looks like a half-breed for what it’s worth – now control what our lawfully-elected President can do in terms of national security.

These unwanted undesirables are pretty much ripping up the Constitution at this point by denying powers allotted to the Executive in the sphere of immigration.

And we all learned during the Campaign that the only way to fight fire is with fire.

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