Where Have We Come To As A Nation When At Any Given Time A Judge From Hawaii Can Use False Pretenses To Put The United States At A Standstill On Immigration Policys To Protect We The People

John A Pappas

We have here a nut case judge from Hawaii who as a matter of fact went to Harvard with Obama, started the same year and both finished in 1991 (I bet you will think about that for a moment) who has decided that President Trumps travel ban should be stopped and why is that may I ask you is because of the fact that Trump during his campaign said things that this judge is relating to the fact that Trump is a bigot that he just doesn’t like Asians forgetting the fact or just not wanting to put it in his equation that the six countries it was seven but Iraq was dropped out of the formula are the same countries that was recommended by his dear friend Obama of which naturally Obama would never institute the ruling considering that he was allowing as many refugees from the Middle East…

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One Response to Where Have We Come To As A Nation When At Any Given Time A Judge From Hawaii Can Use False Pretenses To Put The United States At A Standstill On Immigration Policys To Protect We The People

  1. It’s taken all this time for people to work out that the judiciary, wherever you are in the world, aren’t always working in ‘The people’s’ or anyone’s best interests? Bit slow guys.

    And who appointed said judiciary? His classmate Obama. Nuff said.

    Except to ask two tiny questions.
    1. Who is actually in charge of the US. President Trump or the judiciary?
    2. Who actually is the enemy of the people?
    President Trump or what is still in place from the worse administration EVER?

    Questions that need answering quickly.
    Because all this playing around is diminishing the office of the president and the political status and standing of the US as a whole.

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