Thursday, February 9, 2017

9th 'Circus' says no pause on free flow of non-citizens from countries of concern

No big shocker here from the leftist clowns that have made a three-ring circus of the judiciary in this nation...
Trumps response:
LISTEN: Mark Levin explains PATHETIC ruling from the 9th circuit on Trump’s immigration EO

Mark Levin weighed in on the ruling from the 9th circuit on Trump’s immigration executive order, calling it both pathetic and predictable.

The bottom line, as Levin points out, is that the court is conferring due process and constitutional rights onto a class of individuals that don’t have it.

Previously on Wednesday, Levin says Donald Trump has every right and reason to criticize liberal judges:

I believe it was this same show in which Levin reiterated the need for a Convention of States. Lawmakers should come together not only to impose term limits on judges, but to also renew what Article III Section 1 clearly specifies, "shall hold their offices during good behaviour." Rogue decisions based outside the jurisdiction of the courts cannot be viewed as good behavior. Levin says it's time to rein in the rogue federal judiciary NOW! 

Oh yeah, and there was this!
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ADDENDUM: Daniel Horowitz has a GREAT answer right here:

The spectacle of the U.S. government having to grovel before the Ninth Circuit to determine whether we are a sovereign nation or not should draw attention to another important initiative: the effort to break up the tyrannical Ninth Circus Court of Appeals.

Believe it or not, the courts did not create themselves. Congress has plenary control over lower courts and the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. Congress can abolish the lower courts altogether and reroute their cases to state courts. Every aspect of the court system’s structure — administrative procedures, rules of adjudication, methods of interpretation, and logistics of proceedings — can be regulated by Congress in any way. As such, it goes without saying that Congress can, as it has done in the past, modify the geographical jurisdiction of an existing circuit.
ADDENDUM II: Levin addressed more on Friday...

The Ninth Circuit’s stolen sovereignty should serve as final wakeup call

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