“The law is on Donald Trump’s side. Doesn’t mean that the courts will follow it.”
I’ve noted on several occasions the increasing disregard for law, when it comes to seeking political advantage. Now we have a judge in Washington who thinks he can set immigration policy for the nation (legislate from the bench much?), and the kooky 9th
Circus Circuit Court backing him up.
Given that the Supreme Court is evenly divided, 4-4 with a vacant seat the Democrats will do all they can to keep vacant, it appears the pressure cooker has been turned on.
Despite the attempt to politicize even the Super Bowl to jerk emotions in favor of illegal immigration, a majority of Americans believe in what the Trump administration is trying to do. That’s why he was elected.
The more the Democrats and their accessories in the judiciary attempt to stop Trump, the more people are going to realize we are anything BUT “one nation,” much less “under God.” (I keep waiting for one of my students to realize when we say the pledge in the morning I never say the word “indivisible.” Not only do I believe it’s inappropriate; it’s also factually wrong, even from the beginning of the country.)
As this pressure cooker continues to gain steam, it may be the best solution is to encourage the nascent secession movement in California (see… it’s only wrong when southern states try it…), and encourage them to take Washington and Oregon with them. It should be clear by now this nation is headed for a divorce. Better to do it peacefully than via bloody contest. Once separate, we can see whose worldview leads to prosperity, and whose leads to poverty and bondage.
And maybe — just maybe — we can see the restoration of the rule of law.