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(9th Circus) Court Of Appeals Rules Against Reinstating Trump's Immigration Executive Order

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    Federal judge blocks Trump travel ban for Virginia residents
    Updated: February 14, 2017 — 2:54 AM EST

    MATTHEW BARAKAT
    The Associated Press


    McLEAN, Va. (AP) - A federal judge has granted a preliminary injunction barring the Trump administration from implementing its travel ban in Virginia, adding another judicial ruling to those already in place challenging the ban's constitutionality.

    The Monday ruling is significant from a legal standpoint because U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema found that an unconstitutional religious bias is at the heart of the travel ban, and therefore it violates First Amendment prohibitions on favoring one religion over another. She said the evidence introduced so far indicates that Virginia's challenge to the ban will succeed once it proceeds to trial.

    A federal appeals court in California has already upheld a national temporary restraining order stopping the government from implementing the ban, which is directed at seven Muslim-majority countries. But the ruling by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals was rooted more in due process grounds, said Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, a Democrat who brought the lawsuit against Trump in Virginia.

    "Judge Brinkema's ruling gets right to the heart of our First Amendment ... claim," Herring said in a conference call Monday night.

    In her 22-page ruling, Brinkema writes that Trump's promises during the campaign to implement what came to be known as a "Muslim ban" provide evidence that the current executive order unconstitutionally targets Muslims.

    "The president himself acknowledged the conceptual link between a Muslim ban and the EO (executive order)," Brinkema wrote. She also cited news accounts that Trump adviser Rudy Giuliani said the executive order is an effort to find a legal way for Trump to be able to impose his Muslim ban.

    Herring said that "the overwhelming evidence shows that this ban was conceived in religious bigotry."

    Also, the preliminary injunction issued Monday night by Brinkema in Alexandria is a more permanent type of injunction than the temporary restraining order issued in the Washington state case. Herring said he expects the injunction to remain in place until the case goes to trial.

    Brinkema's injunction, though, applies only to Virginia residents. Herring had asked the judge to issue the injunction nationwide, but Brinkema limited it to Virginia, saying that the nationwide restraining order in place out of the Washington state case already provides much of the relief Virginia is seeking. Herring said he could ask the judge to extend the injunction nationally if the 9th Circuit stay gets reversed.

    Virginia's lawsuit also does not challenge the portion of the executive order directed at refugees. The 9th Circuit case covers refugees.

    Virginia based its arguments on the harms the state would suffer if the travel ban were allowed to go forward. The state has said, for instance, that 1,000 students at its universities and dozens of university staff members and professors could be affected by the ban.

    In her ruling, Brinkema said the Trump administration offered no justification for the travel ban, and wrote that the president's executive power "does not mean absolute power."

    Brinkema chided the federal government for offering no evidence to support its rationale for the ban, other than arguing the president's authority for issuing such an order.

    She said the president's executive authority is still limited by the Constitution. "Every presidential action must still comply with the limits set by Congress' delegation of power and the constraints of the Constitution, including Bill of Rights," she wrote.

    A Justice Department spokeswoman did not immediately return an email seeking comment Monday night. Trump has raised the possibility that he will issue a new executive order to replace the one being challenged in court.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/p...0214_ap_a66697129ff14efd96fb47a819c6f9c2.html
     
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    Something tells me all this is going to backfire on the illegal alien lovers. Trump has something up his sleeve
     
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    I suppose that a lie repeated often enough somehow becomes the truth.

    But this in no way could be the truth. The 7 countries affected by the EO only represent 10-15% of the worldwide muslim population. A full 85% of the world's muslim population would be unaffected. How could this possibly be considered biased? And even if it were, how can they try to extend our country's First Amendment rights to the rest of the world?
     
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    Kinda tired of the paper shufflers acting like they are doing something useful. It's an order, "JUST DO IT" comes to mind along with "git-r-dun". One tweet, just one tweet is all it would take.
    I'd shut off fed funds that in any way support anyone here illegally. Food, shelter, care, whatever. When they get no-mo-free-shit they go somewhere else.
    The other thing is states are NOT looking at this as an opportunity to take back state power and independence from the fed.

    Realize progressives are entrenched everywhere and some are in sleeper cells, law, judges, social programs, city, county, state, it's big business & bigger money.
    Leaches that simply suck off the few remaining producers tit. They just ain't got enough tits to suck off of any more & the borrowed tits are really debt that is out of control.
    govt workers have gotten such a great deal they don't want to rock the boat. Higher pay than the private sector, pensions, holidays.......
     
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    Hmm it's almost as if she doesn't know the Constitution. Imagine that.

    1) The Constitution is for US Citizens. It has nothing to do with people illegally here nor people wanting to come here. It cannot be cited as a protection for illegals or potential immigrants.
    2) The 1st Amendment protects citizens from the government impinging upon their right to practice their religion freely and provides that the government cannot establish a state singular Christian denomination over all other Christian denominations. Of course earlier Supreme Courts ruled that this was intended to be a Christian country and that Christianity would be the preferred religion.
    3) Allowing/forcing other religions into the country would in fact be a violation of the 1st Amendment as the government is now forcing the people to give up their religious Christian traditions to accomodate a foreign religion that has no American roots.
    4) Again, it's just an opinion. Trump should consider the courts opinion then act as his conscience dictates, including enforcing the religious ban if he still sees fit.
     
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    You've obviously been brainwashed. Have you actually read the Constitution? In the last 10 years? It's a pretty simple document that can be read in 10 minutes.

    There is no three-legged stool.

    You can argue there's a two-legged stool, but the congressional leg is the longest. The executive leg is important but is for foreign affairs mainly and regulating interstate commerce and dynamics. The court is merely there to give advice, which can be taken or left.

    You probably also have been brainwashed into believing judges have life terms too and once Supreme Court Justices are in office they remain their until they die, am I correct? Try reading Article III. Do you really believe the Founders set up this country to be run by 5 unelected beaurocrats in robes?

    Let me guess, you call America a democracy too right?

    The ignorance in this country is the reason we are losing all our inalienable God-given rights.
     
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    Supreme Court to set guidelines for Trump treatment of non-citizens 1 / 16

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    By Lawrence Hurley2 hrs ago


    The U.S. Supreme Court will decide three cases in coming months that could help or hinder President Donald Trump's efforts to ramp up border security and accelerate deportations of those in the country illegally.

    The three cases, which reached the court before Democratic President Barack Obama left office, all deal broadly with the degree to which non-citizens can assert rights under the U.S. Constitution. They come at a time when the court is one justice short and divided along ideological lines, with four conservatives and four liberals.

    The justices will issue rulings before the end of June against the backdrop of high-profile litigation challenging the lawfulness of Trump's controversial travel ban on people traveling from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

    The most pertinent of the three cases in terms of Republican Trump administration priorities involves whether immigrants in custody for deportation proceedings have the right to a hearing to request their release when their cases are not promptly adjudicated.

    The long-running class action litigation, brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on behalf of thousands of immigrants detained for more than six months, includes both immigrants apprehended at the border when seeking illegal entry into the United States and legal permanent residents in deportation proceedings because they were convicted of crimes. The case also could affect long-term U.S. residents who entered the country illegally and have subsequently been detained.

    The Trump administration has said it wants to end the release of immigrants facing deportation and speed up the process for ejecting them from the country. A decision in the case requiring additional court hearings could have very direct implications for the administration's plans, said ACLU lawyer Ahilan Arulananthan, especially since immigration courts currently have a backlog of more than 500,000cases.

    The ACLU estimates that up to 8,000 immigrants nationwide at any given time have been held for at least six months. A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official was unable to immediately confirm data on length of detention but said that in fiscal year 2016, the average daily count of detainees was just under 35,000.

    "If Trump wants to put more people in deportation but does not increase the number of immigration judges, then people are going to have to wait longer and longer to get a hearing," said Stephen Yale-Loehr, an immigration law professor at Cornell Law School.

    The Trump administration has pledged to sharply curtail illegal immigration, with initiatives such as building a wall along the U.S-Mexican border and hiring thousands of federal agents to police the border and arrest and deport immigrants who live in the United States but entered the country illegally. Trump has also threatened to withhold federal funding from so-called "sanctuary cities" that offer protections to immigrants who could face deportation.

    CROSS-BORDER SHOOTING

    The other immigration cases to be decided concern whether U.S. government officials can be sued over mistreatment of non-citizens in two separate contexts.

    One will decide whether the family of 15-year-old Mexican teenager Sergio Hernandez, who was killed while on Mexican soil by a U.S. agent firing from across the border in Texas, can sue under the U.S. Constitution.

    It is a scenario that the lawyers for Hernandez's family say could become more frequent if the Trump administration acts on its proposal to increase the number of border guards by 5,000, raising the prospect of similar confrontations. The court hears arguments in that case on Feb. 21.

    The second is a civil lawsuit brought by immigrants, mainly Muslims, who were detained in New York after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks and claim they were mistreated.

    The group of Muslim, Arab and South Asian non-U.S. citizens say they were held as terrorism suspects based on race, religion, ethnicity and immigration status and abused in detention before being deported.

    The long-running case focuses on whether senior officials in the administration of Republican President George W. Bush can be sued for their role in directing the action.

    The Obama administration argued that the court should be wary of extending liability to the actions of senior officials, especially when it implicates national security and immigration.

    Based on the skepticism of the justices during the Jan. 18 oral argument, the court seems likely to rule against the detainees. Chief Justice John Roberts expressed concern that permitting such lawsuits against senior U.S. officials would become "a way of challenging national policy" through litigation seeking monetary damages against the individuals who implemented the policy.

    The three cases are separate from litigation over the legality of Trump's travel ban, which could also ultimately be decided by the high court. The key case on that front is now pending before an appeals court in San Francisco after a three-judge panel upheld a lower court decision to put the ban on hold.

    Language in the upcoming rulings that address the rights of non-citizens and analyzes how courts should review government action on immigration and national security could have relevance in that case, legal experts say.

    Anil Kalhan, an immigration law professor at Drexel University's Kline School of Law, said the furor over the treatment of non-U.S. citizens affected by the travel ban could bleed over into how the court approaches the cases.

    "It might be the atmospherics of what’s going on now might lead to a closer look from the justices," he said.

    (Reporting by Lawrence Hurley; Editing by Sue Horton and Jonathan Oatis)

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    Trump is set to SOFTEN his immigration ban: New executive order will exempt green card holders and dual citizens but target the SAME Muslim countries
    • Draft of Trump's revised immigration ban targets 7 countries in original order
    • Countries targeted are Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and Libya
    • However it exempts travelers who already have a visa to travel to the U.S.
    • Federal courts held up his original immigration and refugee ban


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    ^^^ First of all there should be no dual citizenship. Either you are a citizen or not. Just like either you are a virgin or not. You cannot be both.
     
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    White House: There is NO mass deportation of immigrants as Homeland chief orders major crackdown - with virtually every one of the USA's 11 MILLION undocumented aliens in the crosshairs
    • Department of Homeland Security unveils new orders for immigration and border patrol officers from its secretary, John Kelly
    • New orders remove protections on illegals put into place under Obama administration meaning any illegal immigrants can be kicked out
    • Only a few exceptions are now in place for the 11 million illegals in the country, with unaccompanied children not subject to deportation
    • Kelly also ordered his staff to start preparations for wall along the Mexico border
    • Detention called 'the most efficient means by which to enforce the immigration laws at our borders'
    • Administration warns against 'panic' in immigrant communities


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4246106/US-sets-plan-sweeping-crackdown-nearly-illegal-immigrants.html#ixzz4ZNQuk0Un
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    Freed to kill in a sanctuary city: Illegal immigrant gangster 'robbed then murdered man at rail station' weeks after being released in Denver despite request from ICE to keep him jailed for deportation
    • Ever Valles, 19, is accused of killing Timothy Cruz, 32, on February 7 in Denver
    • He had been released on a $5,000 bond for theft from county jail in December
    • Denver police officers let him go despite ICE request to hold him for deportation
    • They labeled the teenager an 'immigration enforcement priority' because of his gang ties
    • It is not known how long Valles, a Mexican citizen, has been in the US
    • Denver is considered a sanctuary city and has clashed with Trump's White House over its treatment of immigrants


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4247962/Illegal-immigrant-arrested-murder-weeks-release.html#ixzz4ZPIMYFHS
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    No one held accountable. Only one mention about the victim.
    Nature dictates this can only go one way. Progressives are pushing, pushing, pushing....... and now people have had so much they have said enough. All the crying in the world is not going to change their minds.
     
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    You have to go back! :)
    They won't stop, they won't listen, they won't negotiate. There is but one way to convince the Bolsheviks, that's at the end of a gun barrel. You may not like to read this, but ignoring the facts doesn't change them.
     
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    'Illegal immigrant,' 69, who killed two young men by blowing up a supermarket and bombed a British consulate wants to organize the 'next women's march' in a day of 'anti-capitalist feminism' across the US
    • Rasmea Yousef Odeh is one of 8 calling for a US-wide female strike on March 8
    • Odeh was convicted in 1970 of planting four bombs in Israel; two detonated
    • One killed two men, 21 and 22, in a shop; another damaged the British Consulate
    • The Palestinian woman served 10 years before being released in a prisoner swap
    • In 1995 she arrived in the US, and did not admit to having been convicted before
    • Nine years on she applied for US citizenship; again she didn't mention conviction
    • In 2013 she was put on trial for immigration fraud in Detroit, Michigan
    • She claimed she didn't know she had to admit to international convictions too
    • She was found guilty in 2015 but after an appeal she is being tried again


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    Good, keep turning the screws tighter and tighter. The earlier we get this purge started the easier it will be to clean house!
     
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    Trump suspends fast-track processing of H-1B visas for skilled migrant technology and medical jobs
    • Expedited process for H-1B visa applications will be temporarily suspended
    • H-1B allows foreign graduate-level workers in certain fields such as technology
    • For the next six months, the review process will now take up to a few months


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    Trump's NEW travel ban: The President 'will sign an executive order banning Middle Eastern and African migrants next week'
    • Trump is expected to sign the new order at the Department of Homeland Security as early as Monday
    • It is not clear what changes Trump plans to make to the revised travel ban
    • Iraq will reportedly be taken off the list of seven banned countries given their joint fight against ISIS
    • Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen will all remain on the travel ban list
    • It comes a month after Trump's original order caused outrage across the U.S.


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    I Don't know how this thread has evolved and I most likely should start a new one as this subject matter is not about travel plans BUT it is about ill eagles...

    Link: http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/th...on-of-anti-slavery-laws/ar-AAnOvss?li=BBnb7Kz

    yep this is getting good. If you don't know about corporations and treaties then read about the nsa and cia letting a kiddie muncher go because this has potential to just blow up.
     
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    Trump's revamped travel ban faces first legal blow after a federal judge exempts Syrian family facing 'irreparable harm' if denied entry to US
    • US District Judge William Conley in Wisconsin is a preliminary restraining order
    • Conley said the Syrian man and his family 'is at great risk of suffering irreparable harm' if the directive is carried out
    • The judge says the man, his wife and child were already granted asylum in US
    • Order comes as first legal setback in Donald Trump's revamped travel ban
    • Travel ban temporarily closes US borders to all refugees from six countries


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    Federal judge in Hawaii blocks President Trump's revised travel ban SIX hours before it was due to take effect
    • A federal judge in Hawaii has frozen President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, hours before it was due to take effect
    • U.S. District Judge Derrick K. Watson put out an emergency stop on the executive order
    • Watson said he believed Hawaii would be able to make the case that the ban violated the Constitution's Establishment Clause


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    'We're never quitting': Trump vows to fight Hawaii judge who blocked his latest travel ban as he tells raucous Nashville rally he will take it to the Supreme Court
    • President Donald Trump blasted court for halting what he's calling a 'watered-down version' of his travel ban
    • Trump says the ruling is unprecedented judicial overreach' and 'makes us look weak'
    • He says he's going to fight the decision and take it all the way to the Supreme Court
    • Trump told supporters on Wednesday at a campaign-style rally in Nashville, Tennessee


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    Just a little food for thought..................

    Tommy Robinson Courageous Message Outside Westminster After Attack, 22/3/2017, Islam, Muslims, Trump
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    Published on Mar 22, 2017
    Tommy Robinson Courageous Message Outside Westminster After Attack, 22/3/2017, Islam, Muslims, Trump.
    Sympathies go out to all who have Suffered.
    Recorded by Tommy Robinson
    Edited and Uploaded by "BritishWarrior"
     
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    UK gave up its gun rights, then freedom of speech and now security. That's how it works. Only one way to get it back.
     
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    The guy in the vid (Tom Robinson) said something that hit home to me. It was about western leaders bringing rags into their countries. Makes no sense unless they want to literally destroy their countries and their way of life.

    Seems like no matter how much of this crap happens their are people who simply do not want to call it for what it is. We now have a prez who does just that and judges hamper him at every turn. Will the judges be held to account for murder if we are attacked on our own soil again?
     
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    I see POTUS has been following your posts Searcher!

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    I can promise you one thing....as long as I'm alive I will never be made defenseless. How anyone can allow others to disarm them is beyond my comprehension. That takes a special kind of stupid! If there's a law against defending ones self then I will fight to the death against it. There is no other choice in my mind. The UK stood around as their rights were being removed one by one. I have no sympathy for them
     
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    1994 Northern England they were complaining about all the Africans moving in on the public dole / welfare.
     
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    Hawaii Federal judge extends order blocking Trump's travel ban because it 'discriminates against Muslims and hurts the state's tourist economy'
    • Judge Derrick Watson issued the longer-lasting hold on the ban on Wednesday
    • Hawaii says Trump's policy discriminates against Muslims and hurts the state's tourist-dependent economy
    • The Trump administration had asked Watson to narrow his ruling to cover only the part of Trump's executive order involving the six-nation ban
    • Watson rejected that argument and prevented the administration from halting the flow of refugees
    • Hawaii was the first state to sue over Trump's revised travel ban


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    Spoiled child judge should be FIRED!
     
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    Trump's travel ban gets big legal test as appeals court hears case for overturning judge's ruling
    • 4th Circuit Court of Appeals will look at a ruling that blocked Trump's travel ban
    • President wanted to temporarily bar new visas for citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - this ban left out Iraq
    • Case that the administration says is about national security, and not the religion of the nationals, is likely to end up in front of the Supreme Court


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    While the 4th Circuit was long considered one of the most conservative appeals courts in the country, it moved to the center under President Barack Obama, who appointed six of the 15 active judges.

    Guess that pretty much shows the outcome. Cant believe they aren't cleaning out these fkin libertard judges

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    "Thanks for your opinion judge. I will continue the ban however." - Trump. This is all that needs to be said. Why is he or anyone giving power that belongs to the executive branch to another branch of government?
     
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    I want to know how much muslim tourism a state who's regular clothing involves board shorts and bikini tops really gets. In fact, isn't spit roasting a full pig on the beach pretty much a mainstay of the tourism culture?
     
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    Likely has something to do with the three equal but opposing branches of gumbymint...crap most(all?) of us had drilled into our young fertile minds in skool.

    Weird I never heard mention of the unelected shadow government that actually runs everything back then.
     
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    'Who appointed you to the Supreme Court?' senator asks Sally Yates after she says Trump's travel ban was 'unlawful' and 'unconstitutional'
    • Fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates explained what led her to not defend President Trump's travel ban, which led to her dismissal
    • Yates testified before a Senate Judiciary subcommitee and told Sen. John Kennedy she 'wrestled over this decision'
    • She believed it was 'unlawful' and 'unconstitutional' and thus wouldn't defend the executive order, which targeted a handful of Muslim-majority countires


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    Send all of the monkeys to Seattle and Hawaii until the citizens revolt.
     

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