Jeff Sessions Just Send Judges Blocking Trump Running Back To Law School With This Brutal Fact

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Jeff Sessions Just Send Judges Blocking Trump Running Back To Law School With This Brutal Fact



U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has had it with the activist federal judges who are blocking President Trump's policies so he sent them running back to law school with one sentence.

Fox News reported that Jeff Sessions spoke at the Heritage Foundation Sessions and said the following about these judges:

'The Constitution gives judges no right to veto a president’s actions because they disagree with him on policy grounds.' 

Very well said. These judges need to go back to law school and refresh their memory on the rule of law.

'Today, more and more judges are issuing these lawless nationwide injunctions and in effect, single judges are making themselves super-legislators for the entire United States,' Jeff Sessions added to harden the blow.



'We have nearly 600 federal district judges in the United States—each with the ability to issue one of these overreaching nationwide orders.'

This is also very correct. The judicial branch doesn't make the laws. And if these people forgot about that than they should not sit on the bench. We either have rule of law or we don't.

Sessions then wen't on after one judge in particular, Judge Nicholas Garaufis, who stated that President Trump’s order on DACA was 'heartless' rather than discuss the legality of the it.

'Rather than address that question, the court said the government ‘can’t come into court to espouse a position that is heartless. ‘ He didn’t say it was unlawful. He said, ‘I don’t like your policy.’ A judge’s comments on policy like this is offensive, and it’s disrespectful of the legislative and executive branches and to the fine attorneys in the Department of Justice.'

Good one Mr. Sessions. If you agree with him and you are all about the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution share this message everywhere.

 


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