The Law Is Curbing Donald Trump Over Immigration
Everywhere James and I went this evening in Madison there was static energy in the air over the outrage and utter (fill in the blank) that Donald Trump has created over immigrants. Tonight the federal judiciary weighted in–and it will not be the last time. The fact there are no grounded ones in the White House with governing experience or a background in constitutional law was most clear when Mango Mussolini put forth his signed executive order of hate. Tonight the first smack down came from a U.S. District Court.
Judge Ann Donnelly of the US District Court in Brooklyn granted a request from the ACLU to stay deportations of those detained on entry to the United States following Trump’s executive order.
After a brief hearing in front of a small audience that filtered in from a crowd of hundreds outside, Donnelly determined that the risk of injury to those detained by being returned to their home countries necessitated the decision.
The world is watching our nation as some wish to throw away our long-established ideals. It makes, as one person said this evening, “me pissing angry.” I responded that is better than what Trfump is trying to do on our Constitution.
And so it goes.