Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Obama Judge Demands Census Continue Until It Counts Every Democrat Illegal Alien Twice; Judge throws lifeline to diversity visa lottery, and other Court News

Obama Judge Demands Census Continue Until It Counts Every Democrat Illegal Alien Twice:
The essential farce continues.
Plenty of businesses are still shut down, but when it comes to the political interests of Democrats, the pandemic is no longer a concern.
The Census Bureau had tried to wrap up the count in locations where the completion rate had largely been achieved. Now the Census Bureau had already sent out its forms and envelopes. A Census employee had already knocked on a door at least once or twice.
But that's not good enough. And so Judge Lucy Koh, an Obama appointee, predictably decided to interfere with the Census Bureau's work, by demanding that it go on for as long as it takes until every Democrat illegal alien is counted at least twice.
I'm exaggerating. But not by that much. --->READ MORE HERE
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In ruling, judge throws lifeline to diversity visa lottery:
A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to resume issuing diversity visas for immigrants from underrepresented countries, partially reversing a pandemic-related freeze on a wide range of immigrant and temporary visas.
The U.S. issues up to 55,000 visas a year to people from countries with low representation in the U.S., many in Africa. They are chosen from millions of applicants by lottery.
Winners who aren’t vetted for green cards at U.S. consulates lose their spots if they don’t have their visas in hand by Sept. 30 of the year they were chosen.
The State Department had issued about 12,000 diversity visas for the 2020 lottery when President Donald Trump announced the freeze in April, leaving about 43,000 winners still waiting, U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta said. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to other court news:

Judge orders DHS to stop holding illegal immigrant families in hotels

Judge blocks Trump administration's census deadline

Appeals court overturns ban on immigrant courthouse arrests

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