Federal judges seem to have forgotten what their actual job duties are as of late, at least those sitting on the liberal side of the political spectrum anyway.
First, there was a string of judges who defied the President over his travel ban to terror-supporting nations, effectively placing Americans in danger to support leftist open border policies. Fortunately, the Supreme Court set them all straight, but now we have another battle brewing in the courts.
In an utterly enraging move, a U.S. District Court judge in San Francisco openly defied the President, just so he could help illegal aliens – criminals who aren’t even supposed to be in the country. Judge William Orrick decided that the feelings of illegal aliens are more important than the safety of Americans when he refused to remove an injunction he previously placed on President Trump’s executive order cutting federal funding to so-called “sanctuary cities.”
Fox News reported:
In a seeming act of defiance toward the Trump administration, a federal judge in San Francisco has refused to reinstate the president’s sanctuary cities order.
The bold move to not reinstate President Donald Trump’s executive order — which sought to slash funding to cities that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities — comes amid a battle between the State Department and local governments across the country over the edict from Washington.
The U.S. Department of Justice had asked U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick to reverse his own injunction in April against Trump’s executive order. The injunction was issued in response to lawsuits by San Francisco and Santa Clara County in California.
So what happened to upholding the Constitution? What happened to protecting the American people? What happened to judges merely interpreting the law and not writing it?
Well, Democrats. That’s what happened.
It’s time for Congress to audit the social justice warrior judges and remove any of them who don’t seem to understand our laws. After all, a judge without an understanding of the law is about as useful as a mechanic who doesn’t know what a socket is.