9th Circuit Sides with Trump on THE WALL
I’m so glad to see smaller parts of the American ruling class finally come to grips with the reality that the middle class and other classes face, especially with the threat of illegal immigration at our southern border which breeds crime, delivers drugs and worse. So it’s not like we admit bum-puppets as judges in U.S. Courts, but you’d be surprised at where the money leads when you look up campaign donations.
Rest assured, any private citizen who donates more than a $1000 to a political candidate seriously has the money to throw away. Of course, if Jimmy Carter comes barging in your door asking for $5 million dollars he’s asking for a serious sale. Donald Trump turned him down if I remember the story correctly. You’d have to do your own research on that.
Of course, campaign finance laws were different than and definitely more lenient on the donation component. But this is only partially relevant. There is a ruling class. We cannot dismiss this. There’s ways in, and there’s ways out. I can’t say that I’m apart of it, nor can I say I’m not or ever was. But at this point in my life, I’m still wet behind the ears enough to hear what people have to say and really see it for myself after years of not understanding why certain things were to begin with.
Money controls everything, and sometimes the courts if you pocket a roll of Benjamins in the right pocket. But not in this case. This judicial decision was not motivated by under the table pocket rolls. This was motivated by justice for the American people, and of course…the Constitution.
via Daily Caller:
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled for the Trump administration Monday in a case challenging its use of waivers to bypass environmental regulations in constructing parts of the border wall.
The state of California and several environmental groups sued President Donald Trump and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in September 2017 to stop construction of a border wall prototype and ongoing repairs to 14 miles of an existing barrier in San Diego.
“Under the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRIRA), the Secretary of the DHS has long had the authority ‘to install additional physical barriers and roads … in the vicinity of the United States border,’” the 9th Circuit’s opinion states, quoting the IIRIRA.
The IIRIRA grants the secretary of the DHS “the authority to waive all legal requirements” as is “‘necessary to ensure expeditious construction’ of those barriers and roads,” according to the 9th Circuit.
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