Saturday, October 7, 2017

9th Circuit Judge-kings Give ILLEGALS 'right' to Affordable Bail

Policies pertaining to the entry of aliens and their right to remain here are peculiarly concerned with the political conduct of government. ... But that the formulation of these policies is entrusted exclusively to Congress has become about as firmly imbedded in the legislative and judicial tissues of our body politic as any aspect of our government. ~Galvan v. Press (1954)
The Ninth Circuit now believes that illegal aliens deserve affordable bond so they can be released into our communities and abscond from their deportation hearings.
I have warned several times that the lower courts are shutting down all immigration enforcement and discovering new rights for illegal aliens to violate our sovereignty every day. The Ninth Circuit has already concocted a right to bail for illegal aliens, the consummate flight risk. This is the subject of the appeal pending before the Supreme Court in Jennings v. Rodriguez. But this week, the rogue panel in San Francisco went a step further and said that immigration officials must take into account the ability of illegal aliens to pay for bail and should set it at an affordable rate!
"No person may be imprisoned merely on account of his poverty,” wrote a sanctimonious Judge Stephen Reinhardt on behalf of the three-judge panel, forgetting that we are talking about illegal immigrants. The court ruled that DOJ immigration judges must conduct new bond hearings for numerous illegal aliens already detained within 45 days and consult with immigration lawyers on new standards for setting bail. In other words, people can come here illegally, violate our sovereignty, demand a court hearing to litigate their way into judicial amnesty, and get out on the streets through cheap bail. Isn’t it amazing how illegals can get standing in court to overturn our laws, yet Americans can’t sue sanctuary cities that waste their taxpayer funds and endanger their communities while violating federal law?
Read the rest from Daniel Horowitz HERE.

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